The single-term Democrat allegedly participated in multiple fraud schemes, including one involving his 2018 run for Congress.
Some legal experts and environmentalists think such a declaration wouldn't have been that useful and would have exposed the president's climate agenda to further judicial and legislative scrutiny.
The first major gun legislation in nearly three decades would incentivize states to pass red flag laws and expand background checks for 18- to 21-year-olds, among other measures.
Congress is rushing to pass an extension for some of the school meal waivers that provided support to families and schools during the pandemic that expire June 30.
Delayed contests and crowded fields made for an unusually busy primary season in this midterm election. Here's a look at some of the key results.
The Senate this week voted with unanimous consent to adopt permanent daylight saving time hours to eliminate the need to change clocks twice a year.
Other addresses to Congress by foreign leaders have paled compared to Winston Churchill welding with his words the alliance that overcame Adolph Hitler, until Volodymyr Zelenskyy's this week.
The White House asked for more money from Congress to keep its COVID response going. But that hasn't happened, so some things need to be wound down.
Congress mustered rare bipartisan support for the Postal Service package, dropping some of the more controversial proposals to settle on core ways to save the service and ensure its future operations.
The Emmett Till Anti-Lynching Act, which sets prison terms of up to 30 years, has been more than a century in the making.