Feinstein says Justice Breyer's retirement would be 'great loss' as left seeks his departure
Sen. Dianne Feinstein said Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement would be a “great loss,” as liberal groups have launched a campaign for the 82-year-old to resign and make way for a younger liberal to take the seat.
Almost a million people signed up for Obamacare coverage through April after Biden reopened exchanges
Almost a million people signed up for 2021 health insurance coverage on the federal Affordable Care Act exchange during the first 10 weeks of President Joe Biden's special enrollment period, according to data released Thursday from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
More than 650,000 AstraZeneca doses to arrive in the 'coming weeks': Fortin
News/Politics: After a week of competing messages about the usefulness of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, the federal government confirmed today it will continue to procure the product — and that well over a million doses are expected to arrive between now and the end of June.
US weighs unfreezing $1 billion in Iranian funds
The Biden administration is weighing unfreezing $1 billion in Iranian funds that the country could use for humanitarian relief, amid the negotiations for the US to reenter the 2015 nuclear deal and bring Iran back into compliance with its terms.
John Kerry likely to face questions on Iran dealings at House Foreign Affairs climate hearing
GOP lawmakers are expected to press Biden administration climate envoy John Kerry on his dealings with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif during a hearing before the House Foreign Affairs Committee next Wednesday.
Canada boycotting events marking UN anti-racism conference over concerns about anti-Israel statements
News/Politics: The federal government says it will boycott events commemorating the 20th anniversary of a United Nations anti-racism conference in South Africa, citing the event's legacy of criticizing Israel.
As Trump loyalty trumps ideology, conservatives hold their noses for Stefanik
Even as Rep. Elise Stefanik has consolidated her position as the likely replacement for Rep. Liz Cheney as the No. 3 House Republican, her voting record has raised concerns from some conservatives in the House and around Washington.
House Democrats quiet on DCCC chair's call to nix Senate filibuster
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) chair Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, D-N.Y., published an opinion piece calling on the Senate to nix the filibuster — the chamber rule that gives the minority party in Congress more of a voice in the legislative process.