Democrats so far falling in line behind push for quick confirmation of Biden's Supreme Court pick
A narrow Democratic majority in Congress has derailed key legislative priorities for the White House, but so far President Joe Biden is not facing pushback from members of his own party to a swift Supreme Court confirmation process.
Virginia AG says state universities cannot mandate Covid-19 vaccines without lawmakers' approval
Virginia's newly sworn-in Attorney General Jason Miyares says that state universities cannot require the Covid-19 vaccine for students to attend in-person or enroll, unless the commonwealth's legislature includes it among required immunizations for colleges.
60 million households have requested free Covid-19 rapid tests, White House says
The White House said on Friday some 60 million households have requested free Covid-19 rapid tests so far, with tens of millions tests having "gone out the door" as part of the Biden administration's program to mail more than half a billion rapid tests to Americans around the country.
Trump WH spokesman is sent subpoena by January 6 committee
The House Select Committee investigating January 6 has issued a subpoena Friday for a former White House spokesman with firsthand knowledge of Donald Trump's behavior before and during the January 6 attack on the Capitol, according to a copy of a letter accompanying the subpoena obtained by CNN.
Senate Republicans quiz Biden admin on TSA allowing illegal immigrants to use warrants for ID
FIRST ON FOX: Senate Republicans have written to the Biden administration, requesting information about the Transportation Security Administration's practice of allowing illegal immigrants to use civil immigration arrest warrants as identification and warning that the practice is a security threat.
White House responds to migrant transport: 'No such thing as secret flights'
The White House responded Friday to leaked video footage which shows migrants being transported on secret charter flights under the cover of night from southern border states to Westchester, New York, claiming the footage is “not new or news.”
The ultimate rebuttal: West Virginia governor hoists dog's derrière in cheeky response to critics
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice had some back talk for his state's critics when he hoisted the posterior of his bulldog, Babydog, during his State of the State address and told them to "kiss her hiney."