WASHINGTON — A group representing major U.S. airlines and aviation unions on Monday wrote to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland asking the Justice Department to prosecute the growing number of disruptive and violent air passengers.
Budget strains leave cyber defense goals identified but unadopted at state, local and county levels, where successful attacks could down 911 call centers, halt school classes and disrupt water systems and waste treatment, speakers said during a Senate hearing yesterday.
A bipartisan infrastructure plan costing a little over $1 trillion, only about a fourth of what President Joe Biden initially proposed, has been gaining support in the U.S. Senate, but disputes continued on Sunday over how it should be funded.
Former President Donald Trump on Friday endorsed Republican challenger Kelly Tshibaka against Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, the three-term Republican incumbent who voted to convict him after his second impeachment trial earlier this year.
"It's what they do in dictatorships: Manipulate the vote instead of counting it accurately. Georgia, Iowa, Montana, Florida, Alabama, Utah, Arizona, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Indiana, Kentucky, Kansas, Arkansas - this is where some of these policies that I just mentioned are now law."
The U.S. Supreme Court’s dismissal of a challenge to the Affordable Care Act on Thursday means tens of thousands of New Hampshire residents will keep the health insurance they acquired through Obamacare.
WASHINGTON — A House of Representatives committee on Thursday requested documents from the Justice Department related to the Trump administration’s seizure of phone records from lawmakers, journalists and the then-White House counsel as part of its investigations into leaks of classified inf…
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court embraced religious rights over LGBT rights on Thursday by ruling in favor of a Catholic Church-affiliated agency that sued after Philadelphia refused to place children for foster care with the organization because it barred same-sex couples from applying to bec…
WASHINGTON — Senate Democrats scrambled to unite around a sweeping election reform bill they hope to begin debating next week, in the face of Republican opposition and moves by several states to pass laws placing new restrictions on voting.
The U.S. Education Department said Wednesday that the federal law that bans sex-based discrimination in education extends to gay and transgender students, the latest move in a broad effort by the Biden administration to roll back Trump-era restrictions on transgender students' rights.
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said Wednesday that 18,000 former ITT Technical Institute students defrauded by the defunct for-profit chain will have their federal loans fully canceled, a move that some advocacy groups say chips away too slowly at an urgent problem.
WASHINGTON - The White House on Tuesday released a first-ever national strategy devoted solely to fighting domestic terrorism after more than two decades of successive administrations focusing almost exclusively on the militant Islamist threat.