Republicans have responded to President Biden's $2 trillion-plus infrastructure plan with a narrower proposal that would cost roughly $650 billion, and while there is a wide gap between the two sides, one Republican senator gave reason for optimism.
President Biden declared a victory for American workers Sunday, after two Korean electric vehicle battery makers reached a settlement agreement paving the way for manufacturing to take place in a multi-billion-dollar factory in Georgia.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Thursday that the state of Florida is suing the federal government over a failure to lift restrictions on cruise ships as the U.S. stages its recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
The Supreme Court Monday ruled in Google's favor, deciding that the tech giant's use of lines of code that was copyrighted by Oracle was permitted as "fair use."
The Supreme Court unanimously ruled in favor of Facebook, ruling that their phone notification system does not violate a law prohibiting "automatic telephone dialing systems."
Officials in the Biden administration have indicated that they are not certain Johnson & Johnson will end up delivering on its promise of providing 20 million doses of its coronavirus vaccine by the end of March.
Gila Bend, Arizona, Mayor Chris Riggs says he is declaring a state of emergency due to the ongoing border crisis, blaming the Biden administration for sending migrants to his town by bus.
A recent report about the sexual harassment allegations against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo revealed that the governor's legal concerns may extend beyond the actual alleged harassment to efforts to retaliate against the first woman to come forward.
One of President Biden's Justice Department nominees is linked to a firm whose product was reportedly sold to Mexican drug cartels.