In a visit to Washington, the Ukrainian leader faces a small but growing chorus of skepticism at new funding for the war, as $24 billion of aid hangs in limbo ahead of a possible government shutdown.
Former President Donald Trump is escalating his attacks on President Biden in another sign his campaign is looking past the Republican primaries — and focusing more on the general election ahead.
Wisconsin is not known for the power of the Latino vote, but in a state with such tiny margins even a small shift can have a big impact on national politics.
In the latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll, the record temperatures this summer don't have Republicans heated as confidence in institutions takes a hit and President Biden has challenges ahead.
Former President Donald Trump is likely facing a third indictment and maybe a fourth. Fewer Republicans are saying Trump did "nothing wrong," the latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds.
Democrats are facing a tough U.S. Senate map in 2024 so they are eyeing some tough-to-win states for possible pickups, starting with Texas.
Sen. Tommy Tuberville has been blocking every U.S. military personnel move that needs Senate confirmation since February. Here, a look at why and how he can bend the will of the Senate to his own.
Chinese companies and individuals own farmland across America. But lawmakers in Washington are pushing to block any purchases that could be connected to the Chinese Communist Party.
With a big field, a former president, well-heeled politicians and two billionaires running, this is likely to be the most money ever spent to win the GOP presidential nomination.