RNC donors gather to hear Trump and others in Palm Beach, the GOP's 'new political power center'
Donors to the Republican National Committee gathered this weekend for the first time since Donald Trump's defeat just down the road from his Mar-a-Lago home -- a sign that the institutions of the party remain centered around the former President.
Analysis: Unlike Biden, Americans don't see new infrastructure as a priority
President Joe Biden is pushing his infrastructure bill, the American Jobs Plan. This bill strays from what has helped him maintain an approval rating above 50% so far during his presidency because, even though the plan polls fairly well, it's not clear that Americans actually think it's all that important.
Concerns mount that US withdrawal from Afghanistan could risk progress on women's rights
Concerns are mounting from bipartisan US lawmakers and Afghan women's rights activists that the hard-won gains for women and civil society in Afghanistan could be lost if the United States makes a precipitous withdrawal from the country.
Pandemic may give rise to a progressive new era if White House economic team has its way
As they chart the country's tentative economic recovery, White House officials see possibility in the wake of the pandemic -- an opportunity to dive full bore into pursuing the most transformative progressive policies in decades.
Frustration grows at US military bases overseas over slow pace of vaccine rollout
Many members of the American military and their family members stationed outside the US are growing increasingly frustrated at the pace of the coronavirus vaccine rollout on overseas bases which is lagging behind the continental US.
'An existential threat': The Republicans calling for their party to reject QAnon conspiracy theories
Republican Rep. Peter Meijer has a warning for his party: He fears baseless conspiracy theories like QAnon will destroy the GOP from within if Republicans don't decisively and unequivocally condemn the false and dangerous beliefs and take action to stop their spread.
Supreme Court again blocks California Covid restriction on religious activities
The Supreme Court by a 5-4 vote on Friday blocked another state Covid-19 restriction on religious services, with another late-night order, over protests from California officials that the limits affecting some Bible study sessions did not impinge on religious rights and were to be lifted within days.
Matt Gaetz shows Donald Trump's defiant style is here to stay
In a fiery defense of his reputation Friday night, embattled Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz showed how former President Donald Trump's brash, defiant politics now serve as the template for survival for the most unwelcome figures in a Republican Party that's out of power in Washington and desperately trying to reposition for 2022.
Talks over Iran nuclear deal to resume next week as US questions Tehran's 'seriousness'
A senior State Department official said that questions remain about whether Iran seriously wants to return to compliance with the nuclear deal after talks in Vienna this week aimed at salvaging the landmark 2015 agreement.
Biden administration spending $62 million a week to care for unaccompanied migrant children
The Biden administration is spending at least $62 million a week to care for unaccompanied migrant children in the custody of the Department of Health and Human Services, according to government data.
Man accused of bear-spraying Officer Sicknick pleads not guilty, in talks with DOJ on bail
A Pennsylvania man accused of bear-spraying US Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who died after the January 6 riot, is in talks with the Justice Department for a possible deal to be released from jail as he awaits trial, according to a court hearing on Friday.
Reports on child migrant care at Texas facility did not allege abuse, contradicting governor's claims
Reports received by the state of Texas about the care of unaccompanied migrant children housed in a San Antonio facility and released Friday by Gov. Greg Abbott did not allege children were being abused, as the governor has previously said.