Senate moves to confirm Kiran Ahuja, nominee with critical race theory ties, to run federal personnel office
The Senate on Tuesday voted to advance the nomination of Kiran Ahuja to be the director of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) by a 50-50 party-line vote, setting up a final confirmation vote later today that will likely succeed.
NYC mayoral primary: Voters head to polls amid surging crime, racial rancor
Battered by the coronavirus pandemic and dealing with a surge in crime and gun violence, voters in the nation’s most populous city head to the polls Tuesday to choose a new mayor for the first time in eight years.
Senate Republicans poised to block Democrats' sweeping election reform bill
A sweeping election reform bill that Democrats have pegged as their top legislative priority is expected to go down in defeat Tuesday in the Senate as Republicans are prepared to use the legislative filibuster to stop any debate on the For the People Act from going forward.
Concerns rising inside White House over surge in violent crime
A nationwide surge in violent crime has emerged as a growing area of concern inside the White House, where President Joe Biden and his aides have listened with alarm as local authorities warn a brutal summer of killing lies ahead.
Gavin Newsom has longstanding ties to Dem power player facing lawsuits, investigations
The recent Hulu documentary "The Housewife and the Hustler" covers the legal drama facing high-profile attorney Tom Girardi and his estranged wife, "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Erika Jayne.
White House to narrowly miss 70% COVID vaccination goal by July 4
The White House is expected to fall short of President Biden’s goal of partially vaccinating 70% of adults ages 27 and up against COVID-19 by July 4, but officials told Fox News Tuesday that the Biden administration has already met its target of delivering at least one dose to 70% of adults ages 30 and up.
White House to focus on new vaccination milestones as US is expected to miss July 4 goal
President Joe Biden will focus on new vaccination milestones at the White House Tuesday as the country is expected to fall short of his stated goal of having 70% of US adults receive at least one Covid vaccine shot by July 4.
Who is Iranian President-elect Ebrahim Raisi? Hard-liner involved in 1988 mass executions at age 28
Saturday's Iranian election, mired in controversy after a number of would-be candidates were disqualified, yielded the victory of Ebrahim Raisi, a hard-liner who is already taking a firm stance when it comes to U.S.-Iran relations.
Blackburn slams S.1 as 'assault' on 'free and fair elections' as Senate moves toward vote
Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn slammed the Democrats’ sweeping elections reform bill saying the left “has launched an assault on having free and fair elections,” warning ahead of negotiations that it will be “very difficult” for Republicans to get on board.
Susan Collins: Biden ATF nominee Chipman 'unusually divisive,' will vote against confirmation
Sen. Susan Collins announced Monday that she will oppose the confirmation of David Chipman, President Biden's nominee to run the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF), a blow to Chipman's prospects for a potential bipartisan confirmation vote.