Tests are expected to be delivered later this month. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the test kit ordering site is in the "beta testing" stage and will be launched formally Wednesday.
When he came into office, Biden launched an ambitious seven-point plan for defeating the virus. Here's how experts score his results.
Tuesday on Political Rewind, we talk one-on-one with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Farah Stockman. Her book "American Made" explores how the loss of manufacturing jobs changed the political landscape of the early 21st century. But first: a look at the latest in voting rights.
Monday's test was North Korea's fourth launch in under two weeks. By contrast, it took the North 10 months to conduct that many ballistic missile tests last year.
The two measures the Senate will debate aim to prevent states from limiting access to the ballot and make it easier for people to vote.
Imposter Electoral College ballots were submitted to Congress from seven states, including Georgia.
Anybody who regularly watches Supreme Court arguments is used to seeing testy moments. But you don't have to be a keen observer these days to see that something out of the ordinary is happening.
It's a bad time to be a world leader. COVID did that.
In a new book, Fight: How Gen Z is channeling their fear and passion to save America, pollster John Della Volpe explores how America's youngest voters and activists are coming of age.
American authorities had been alerted that Afghanistan's air force did not have the capabilities to survive after a U.S. withdrawal.
Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. would. have turned 93 on Jan. 15. He was just 39 when he was assassinated in 1968 in Memphis, Tenn.
The filibuster was once a rarely used tool for holding up Senate business. Now, it's a regular (still powerful) feature; some Democrats want it changed. Here are answers to your filibuster questions.
A tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. at the Georgia Capitol Friday spotlighted the connections with fellow civil rights trailblazer Mohandas Gandhi.
Republican state lawmakers across the country are ramping up their drive to enact voting and election-related laws in time for crucial 2022 midterm elections.
Monday on Political Rewind: We mark Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a panel of Georgians reflecting on the legacy of the great civil rights leader. What would Dr. King make of the setbacks in the U.S. Senate this past week experienced by those calling for new voting rights legislation?