An appeals court has ruled that civil lawsuits filed against the former president by Capitol Police officers and Democratic lawmakers can proceed, dismissing Former President Donald Trump’s claims of immunity against such legal actions.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sued Pfizer on Thursday alleging the pharmaceutical giant unlawfully misrepresented the effectiveness of its COVID-19 vaccine and attempted to censor public discussion about it.
A federal judge in the border town of Del Rio ruled against Texas in its border barrier lawsuit against the Biden administration.
The United States House of Representatives agreed Thursday to block Iran from ever accessing the $6 billion recently unfrozen by the US in a prisoner swap.
At the behest of Republicans alarmed at the record numbers of migrants arriving at the US southern border, a bipartisan core group of senators is now considering a deal that would only allow the Biden administration’s $106 billion year-end request for Ukraine, Israel, and national security needs in exchange for substantial changes for the asylum process, the Associated Press reports.
According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis’ second estimate on Wednesday, real U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 5.2% in the third quarter of 2023. However, the figures are somewhat skewed, as the real gross domestic income (GDI) rate only increased by 1.5%, indicating that the U.S. economy only expanded moderately.
Former U.S. President Donald J. Trump came under growing pressure Thursday after being accused of breaching a court ruling by using his company’s funds to pay his tax and legal bills.
Suicide rates in the U.S. reached all-time highs in 2022, more than any year on record since 1941, according to provisional data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Henry Kissinger, America’s famous and arguably most controversial former secretary of state and national security adviser who advised numerous presidents, has died at the age of 100.
The House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed two measures: one affirming Israel’s right to exist and the other demanding that Hamas, a designated terrorist organization by the U.S., release the remaining hostages from the deadly massacre in Israel on Nov. 7, known in Israel as the “Black Sabbath.”
Approximately 813,000 student loan borrowers received an email from President Joe Biden, informing them of their debt forgiveness due to his actions, the White House said on Tuesday.
The last of the Big Three credit-rating agencies to keep the federal government’s credit at AAA has put lawmakers on notice.
A Nevada judge has rejected a 2024 ballot initiative aimed at codifying the right to abortion in the state’s constitution, deeming the proposal was breaking state law.
Former President Donald Trump’s legal team claims that he had a “good faith” basis to question the results of the 2020 election. They are now petitioning a federal court in Washington to compel federal prosecutors to provide evidence indicating the presence of election fraud in the 2020 election. The legal team contends that such evidence will be crucial for President Trump’s defense in the case.
The Biden administration’s failed immigration policy will cost taxpayers nearly half a trillion dollars per year, according to a Congressional report.
Idaho urgently filed an appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court. This action was prompted by a lower court’s agreement with the Biden administration’s position that the state is required to allow abortions under certain circumstances.
New York’s police force is experiencing a rapid departure of officers, with data revealing an alarming rate of resignations. Concerns heightened among some officers as the city intended to cancel the following five Police Academy classes, potentially reducing the nation’s most significant police force to its smallest size in decades.
The U.S. government has been secretly collecting and analyzing more than a trillion domestic phone records within the United States each year, according to published documents.
The U.S. Treasury reports that the federal government’s debt has risen by $2,452,444,126,108.25 since the previous Thanksgiving.
The impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden is gaining momentum as more evidence comes out to back allegations that the president himself financially benefited from the overseas business dealings of his son, Hunter.