A change in the Democrat's presidential nominating calendar is under consideration, significant support in the Senate for same-sex marriage, and more trouble for former President Trump.
Politics & Government
It's the final weekend of campaigning in Georgia's Senate runoff election, between incumbent Raphael Warnock and his Republican challenger, Herschel Walker.
A relative red wave in New York U.S. House races helped tip the balance of power in Congress. But several winners were moderate Republicans with little appetite for far-right provocation.
Montana state Rep.-elect Zooey Zephyr is the first openly trans woman elected to the state legislature. She and other lawmakers across the country are now faced with trying to curb anti-LGBTQ bills.
A red wave in New York House races helped tip the balance of power in Congress. But a new class of moderate Republicans could struggle if GOP leadership takes up a far-right agenda.
Hiring slowed slightly in November amid rising interest rates. But the U.S. job market remains unusually tight. Employers added 263,000 jobs in November while unemployment held steady at 3.7%.
Georgia's crucial U.S. Senate general runoff election goes into its final weekend of voting.
A new North Carolina license plate will help raise money to preserve Pilot Mountain State Park.
The Kremlin dismissed the idea of talks with President Biden to end the war in Ukraine and said its assault on Ukrainian infrastructure was an "inevitable" response to Kyiv's attacks.
With a strike looming, President Biden called on Congress to pass legislation imposing a contract deal that four rail unions had rejected, citing its lack of paid sick days.