Dems urge Biden to include amnesty for some illegal immigrants in second spending bill
Democrats in both the House and Senate are urging President Biden to include a path to citizenship for millions of illegal immigrants in the second part of his spending package -- just as similar amnesty efforts are stalling elsewhere in Congress.
Terrell rips Minnesota mayor's remark about cops not needing guns at traffic stops
Fox News contributor Leo Terrell said Wednesday that Brooklyn Center, Minnesota Mayor Mike Elliott was "playing to an anti-cop crowd" when claiming the police do not necessarily need weapons at a traffic stop.
Democratic lawmakers introduce gun control bill that would ban magazines holding more than 10 rounds
A group of Democratic lawmakers in the House and the Senate on Wednesday introduced gun control legislation that would ban the sale, manufacturing, transfer, possession or importation of magazines that can hold more than 10 rounds.
Rep. Buddy Carter authors legislation to ensure MLB is responsible for All-Star lost business revenue
EXCLUSIVE: Rep. Buddy Carter, R-Ga., authored new legislation Wednesday that would make Major League Baseball (MLB) pay up for the lost revenue Georgia businesses suffered by canceling the All-Star game in Atlanta.
Rep Waltz: Biden's Afghanistan withdrawal 'breaks my heart', 'worse' than Obama leaving Iraq
Former Green Beret and current U.S. Representative Michael Waltz, R-Fla, joined Fox News' Marth MacCallum on 'The Story' Wednesday to react to President Biden's decision to withdraw American troops from Afghanistan by September 11 this year
NYC sees some disillusioned Dems switch to Republican Party
According to a Fox News analysis of AP election results, President Trump gained nearly 200,000 votes from New York City residents in 2020 compared to 2016: a 4.6% boost. Democrats lost 3% of voters for Biden compared to Clinton’s count in 2016. The biggest shifts came from the Bronx, Queens, and Brooklyn which were the hardest hit by COVID.
Cruz challenges Biden DOJ pick's contention that she opposes defunding police
President Biden's Justice Department Civil Rights Division nominee Kristen Clarke insisted during her Wednesday confirmation hearing that she does not support defunding police, but Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, confronted her with a recent article she wrote that, he claimed, proves otherwise.
Republicans to offer $650 billion infrastructure proposal as counter to Biden $2.2 trillion spending plan
Republicans plan to offer an infrastructure bill of their own that would spend about $650 billion, a GOP source tells Fox News, as the Biden administration and congressional Democrats continue to push President Biden's $2 trillion-plus spending plan.
House committee advances DC statehood bill along party-line vote
A panel of House Democrats advanced legislation Wednesday to make Washington, D.C., the 51st state in the union after hourslong debate over the constitutionality of the plan and the political ramifications of a newly minted blue state.
Psaki dismisses military, CIA concerns about Afghanistan pullout
White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Wednesday dismissed concerns raised by top military officials and the CIA about President Biden's decision to withdraw all 2,500 U.S. troops from Afghanistan by September, maintaining that terror threats have "evolved," and military and national security strategy needs to be adjusted to focus on the threats as they stand in 2021.