Nikki Haley to shred Biden at GOP group's award dinner: 'America is retreating'
Former U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley accused President Biden of emboldening America’s enemies and implementing disastrous domestic policies in a scathing speech Thursday that could serve as a precursor to a long-rumored run for the White House.
Alabama GOP Senate candidate Lynda Blanchard to switch races and run for governor
Republican Lynda Blanchard plans to end her Alabama US Senate bid and instead run for governor, according to three people familiar with the matter. She is expected to announce her campaign against GOP Gov. Kay Ivey next week.
House of Commons has 'robust' harrassment policy, says report prompted by Raj Saini allegations
News/Politics: A new review of the way the House of Commons investigates harassment allegations against MPs has concluded the process has "no shortcomings," according to a summary presented to an all-party committee today.
Trump-aligned lawyers ordered to pay $175,000 in sanctions fees for bogus election fraud lawsuit
A group of lawyers aligned with former President Donald Trump -- including Sidney Powell and Lin Wood -- were ordered Thursday by a federal judge to collectively pay more than $175,000 in sanctions-related fees stemming from a bogus election fraud lawsuit they filed last year.
January 6 was opposite of 1776, judge tells rioter who carried revolutionary flag into US Capitol
A federal judge slammed one of the January 6 rioters for waving a 1776 flag while storming the US Capitol, saying his attempt to overturn a democratic election betrayed the values of the American Revolution.
Jim Jordan seeks subpoenas in DOJ memo based on letter comparing parents to domestic terrorists
Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, the ranking member on the House Judiciary Committee, has asked Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., the committee's chairman, to issue subpoenas to investigate the Department of Justice memo about disturbances at school board meetings, which followed a now-rescinded letter to President Biden that compared concerned parents to domestic terrorists.
Exclusive: Sinema won't commit to voting for Biden's sweeping social safety net expansion
Kyrsten Sinema, the influential moderate Democratic senator from Arizona, did not commit to voting for President Joe Biden's sweeping social safety net legislation in a sit-down interview with CNN on Thursday, the latest sign that Senate Democrats do not yet have the votes to pass one of the party's top legislative priorities even as leadership hopes to approve the measure before Christmas.
Atlanta underdog Andre Dickens wins mayor's office, stumping skeptics
Andre Dickens rolled to victory Tuesday in the Atlanta mayor's race, scoring a nearly 2-to-1 victory over City Council President Felicia Moore, the former front-runner, and stunning longtime observers of Atlanta politics.