The House voted overwhelmingly to approve a bipartisan deal to lift the debt ceiling and cap spending. That's in part due to the work of lawmakers who usually fly under the radar.
HBO's Succession ended a four-season run on Sunday night. And Siobhan Roy's final choice exemplifies what the show has been best at, and what its devotees love about it.
Being clearly the party's Plan B right now has a downside for DeSantis because it makes him Target A for Trump and for all the other candidates.
The U.S. economy counts on you to borrow money and stay in debt for a credit score. But what if you were taught to never owe anybody anything?
Comparisons between the two began cropping up early in 2016, right about the time former President Trump's candidacy was bringing the word "populist" back into the daily political conversation.
Ex-U.S. Army Europe commanding Gen. Ben Hodges predicts success for Ukraine's long-awaited counterattack against Russia
The unleashing of powerful, generative AI on the public is raising concerns that as the technology becomes more prevalent, it will become easier to claim that anything is fake.
Getting Starship off the ground is costing the commercial spaceflight company billions of dollars at a time when money is tight. Some analysts think more funding will be needed.
Republicans are lambasting Democrats' attempts at uniform ethics standards at the Supreme Court as partisan politics. It's just the latest chapter in a decline in national unity.
Study after study shows women seen as overweight or obese often earn less at the workplace, an unfair bias that's been hard to reverse. However, men don't seem to face that penalty.
Rank-and-file GOP voters seem largely undeterred by the multiple criminal investigations against the former president.
Respondents say they are mostly supportive of abortion rights, though they want it restricted to three months generally. But they are also opposed to severe restrictions many Republicans are pushing.
A new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds 64% oppose laws that ban medication abortion — and confidence in the Supreme Court hits a new low.
Ethics watchdogs are raising alarms after a report showed Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas accepted lavish gifts without disclosing them as required.
The answer could matter for your home value, stock portfolio, and the future of the economy.