House lawmakers are still working on a deal to solidify President Biden’s multitrillion-dollar, two-bill infrastructure package that would boost funding for infrastructure and clean energy, along with social spending initiatives.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said he feels betrayed by business-mandated vaccinations during a Thursday press conference and vowed to call legislators back to counter the orders.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell told his colleagues Wednesday he is prepared to cut a deal with Majority Leader Chuck Schumer to prevent a nationwide debt default.
The House and Senate on Thursday passed a short-term funding bill that staved off a government shutdown and ensured funding to resettle thousands of Afghan refugees.
The U.S. and European Union pledged Wednesday to deepen its alliance for the sake of advancing common priorities like artificial intelligence, trade challenges and the “underpin” to global economies: semiconductors.
Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio introduced a bill this week that aims to challenge corporate spending of shareholder dollars for causes he described as “woke” social policy actions.
An industry marked as “off limits” to Russian hackers by President Biden was hit in a ransomware attack earlier this week when the operations of two farming co-ops in Iowa and Minnesota were disrupted.
United Airlines was slapped with a $1.9 million fine by the Department of Transportation (DOT) Friday for violating regulations on how long passengers can be stuck on the tarmac.
A partnership between Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen and one of the nation’s largest litigation firms, Motley Rice, was officially severed over its deep ties to the Democratic Party.