The U.S. has 30,000 more people hospitalized for COVID than it did at the peak
The Department of Justice is indulging Trump's fantasy that he won the election and it's being stolen from him via voter fraud.
Dems spent millions on races lost, Republicans outperformed polls, but there's still a bunch of wild cards.
She has avoided speaking publicly about her involvement in People of Praise, a Christian community that's faced criticism for espousing deeply traditional values about women's roles.
As the coronavirus spreads through the upper ranks of the GOP, senators can Zoom their way through her confirmation hearing—but they have to appear in person to vote.
A handful of Republican senators—including two on the Senate committee tasked with approving her nomination—have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Smaller clubs – most of which weren’t eligible for PPP loans – have been warning for months that they’re on the brink of closing permanently.
With his poll numbers plummeting, Trump might just be willing to cross Mitch's "red line" to get a deal done with Democrats.
“If Congress does not extend these benefits, it’s safe to say that poverty rates will increase in the second half of the year.”
The duo has filled 2 Supreme Court Justices, 138 seats in district courts, 51 seats in the higher appellate courts, and 2 judges in courts of international trade.
Meet the Warren-Supporting Republican Who Could Be Put in Charge of Policing Coronavirus Bailout Funds
Sheila Bair, a lifelong Republican who backed Warren’s presidential run, has emerged as a top candidate to chair the new Congressional Oversight Commission watchdog group, created by the $2.2 trillion CARES Act.