The Texas Republican has spent more than all but one other senator on Facebook ads in recent months. He isn’t up for reelection until 2024.
The leading mayoral candidate is expected to soon win an endorsement from the Satmar rabbis in Williamsburg, the city’s most populous Hasidic neighborhood.
The biggest force standing between Jerome Powell and a second term as Fed chair may be an activist left prepared to create a spectacle.
“We have a desire to have these really-kind-of-lazy but rather easy ways of analyzing people and voters,” Rep. Jared Golden said. “And they don’t fit into buckets like that.”
The unreleased draft report points to struggles by diplomats in citing American leadership during the pandemic.
This round of violence, like previous ones, was fueled by conflicting claims over Jerusalem.
Michael Sulmeyer, a senior White House cybersecurity official, has left his position, two people familiar with the matter told POLITICO.
Both sides indicate they want to revive the 2015 pact — but there’s little agreement over how to get there with only weeks left before a critical Iranian election.
Businessman Glenn Youngkin, a first-time candidate, will be the Republican nominee for governor in Virginia.
OAKLAND — Reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner portrayed herself as a fiscal conservative and social liberal in a Monday CNN conversation that marked her second national TV interview since she launched her California gubernatorial recall campaign last mont…
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement said it found no evidence that Epstein received any special treatment.
At issue are get-tough Communion proposals designed to punish leaders who support abortion rights.