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A former state senator says he was threatened by New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham through an emissary with "escalating consequences" if he did not withdraw a request by his law firm for public records concerning the administration's r...
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Rep. Kevin Hern is planning to make the Republican Study Committee a fiscal check on the next Congress.
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Rep. Michael Cloud demanded cooperation from a leading federal labor union Friday on an investigation into its decision to stop representing law enforcement officers at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
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Former President Donald Trump is calling for the next installment of the "Twitter Files" to be about what led the company's executive to kick him off Twitter.
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Sam Brinton, the first gender-fluid person with a high-ranking federal post within the Department of Energy facing felony charges for stealing designer luggage at a Minneapolis airport, has been accused of another luggage theft at Harry Rei...
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Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky is taking a victory lap after standing in the way of legislation that would increase fees on large company mergers, saying "antitrust zealots" are getting in the way of free market activity even as they hoard fede...
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Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona announced Friday that she has registered as an independent, but she does not plan to caucus with Republicans, ensuring Democrats will retain their narrow majority in the Senate.
Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah says former President Donald Trump is going to be hard to beat in the GOP presidential primary but would once again lose the general election.
The San Francisco Department of Building Inspection will be investigating complaints that Twitter had created impromptu bedrooms at its headquarters, something newly crowned CEO Elon Musk did not take well.
Republicans are praising investment goliath Vanguard Group for pulling out of the Net Zero Asset Managers (NZAM) initiative, the world's largest climate alliance in the financial industry, amid fierce pressure from conservative lawmakers.
This is truly a grand old party. In keeping with the season, the New York Young Republicans will host a bodacious get-together this weekend at an undisclosed location in Manhattan.
The Biden administration is reportedly seeking contempt of court charges against former President Donald Trump.
President Biden returned to his "Union Joe" roots on Thursday when he swooped in with a $36 billion bailout for the Teamsters' ailing pension fund.
Prosecutors said the former deportation officer abused his power over migrants whom he was supervising for years.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi suggested some House Republicans who supported legislation codifying federal same-sex marriage protections before the November election did so to score points with voters, after they voted against a similar bill t...
Roger Stone, the GOP political consultant and Trump ally whom Twitter's previous management booted from the platform five years ago, had his account reinstated Wednesday.
Officials from Indiana and Texas are joining a growing cadre of state-level Republicans taking on the China-linked social media platform TikTok.
The House on Thursday gave final approval to legislation to enshrine into federal law same-sex marriage rights, which included some religious liberty protections that helped win support from conservatives.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia says it is "extremely insulting" that Herschel Walker didn't rely on her for more campaign events before his loss in the Senate runoff election against Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock.
President Biden will announce Thursday that he's spending $36 billion of taxpayer funds to bail out a troubled Teamsters union pension plan projected to run out of money in 2025.
The Biden administration on Wednesday appealed a federal judge's ruling that ended the Title 42 pandemic policy that allows the government to expel illegal immigrants.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is under investigation for breaking House ethics rules, the House Ethics Committee announced Wednesday.
Supreme Court justices cast a skeptical eye Wednesday on claims that state legislatures rule in making decisions about federal elections, worrying that it would upend the usual checks and balances.
State governments are imposing new restrictions on TikTok while the Biden administration deliberates about whether a federal crackdown on the China-linked tech platform is needed.
Outgoing Rep. Lee Zeldin of New York is not running for chairman of the Republican National Committee despite his name being floated as an alternative to RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel.