Our electoral system is still in peril. Congress should try a different approach — less ambitious, more bipartisan.
The court's majority opinion leaves open a surprisingly straightforward way for the administration to protect the health of American workers.
The White House plans to launch a website Wednesday where Americans can order a limited number of free, rapid COVID-19 tests to be sent to their homes.
Last year wasn't quite as hot as 2020, due in part to a cooling La Niña pattern that persisted through much of 2021.
President Biden plans to speak about the COVID-19 pandemic on Thursday as he faces rising criticism during the Omicron wave.
President Biden calls for changing filibuster rules to protect voting rights. But he still lacks the Senate votes to follow through.
U.S. and Russian officials hold talks aimed at averting war in Ukraine but agree on little more than holding more discussions.
On upcoming Russia talks, Secretary of State Antony Blinken says it's hard to make diplomatic progress when there's 'a gun pointed to Ukraine's head.'
New Mexico and New York investigators team up to retrieve Baldwin's phone in a search for evidence in “Rust” shooting investigation.
A judge sentenced three white men to life in prison for the murder of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old Black man, in Georgia in 2020.