Politics & Government
President Biden is spending Thanksgiving with family in Nantucket. He has said he will talk with his family over the holidays about whether to act on his intention to run again in 2024.
A 90-year-old Roman Catholic cardinal and five others were fined after being found guilty of failing to register a fund that aimed to help people arrested in widespread protests three years ago.
The first Alaska Native to serve in Congress and first woman to hold Alaska's House seat, Peltola beat Republicans Sarah Palin and Nick Begich in ranked choice election results announced Wednesday.
A small number of cities and towns across the U.S. have passed local laws banning abortions within their borders. It's a growing effort following the Supreme Court overturning Roe V. Wade.
The court's decision immediately prohibited enforcement of the abortion ban statewide. The new order said seven of the nine justices had agreed to the decision.
House Republicans make up the majority in the House of Representatives for the 118th Congress. Here's a rundown of the lawmakers likely gaining power in key panels at the beginning of the new year.
Secretary of state candidates who deny the 2020 election results generally underperformed fellow Republicans on the ballot in a handful of competitive states, reports NPR's Miles Parks.
The president has extended the student loan repayment pause into 2023. Biden said he wants to give lawsuits against debt cancellation time to play out, and the Supreme Court time to weigh in.