Cannon resisted government regulation of business, supported protective tariffs and frowned upon change in general. It was said that had he been present at the Creation he would have voted against it.
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.
Illinois Democrats said they cut ties with the prominent public relations firm SKDK following reporting by NPR about an undisclosed conflict of interest in a sexual harassment case.
Previous instances of presidential impeachment have each had contexts unique to their own political moments. These considerations have mattered as much as the alleged "high crimes and misdemeanors."
Newly disclosed evidence revealed an apparent conflict of interest for Biden adviser Anita Dunn, when she consulted for an Illinois politician facing #MeToo related allegations in 2018.
It's a group of secure rooms where the president and his advisers make some of the most difficult national security decisions. After a year-long $50-million overhaul, it has reopened for operations.
The president tested negative again today for the virus the White House said, the day after the first lady tested positive. The White House says he'll wear a mask indoors when he's around others.
Inspectors for the Department of Homeland Security found dangerous problems in immigration detention facilities. For years, the government fought NPR's efforts to obtain its often damning reports.
In 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump claimed he could shoot someone and not lose any voters. Now, he faces criminal charges in three separate indictments, and voters continue to support "Teflon Don."
Some House GOP hard-liners say Speaker Kevin McCarthy shouldn't rule out a shutdown to achieve spending cuts and social policy changes sought by the far right of his party.
President Biden unveiled a set of proposed new rules for health insurance companies designed to push the industry to cover treatment for mental health problems on par with how it covers medical care.
The new UAW president says his members are being left out as the industry transitions to electric vehicles so he's applying pressure on the auto companies and the White House to do more for workers.
The meeting is likely to happen by the end of the year, National Security Council spokesperson John Kirby said. President Biden has expressed concern over Netanyahu's judicial proposals.
Several hundred people could have dropped the small bag of cocaine near a door to the West Wing. But without fingerprints, DNA or video evidence, the Secret Service can't figure out who did it.
U.S. Secret Service agents found the powder during a routine White House sweep on Sunday, in a small, clear plastic bag on the ground in a heavily trafficked area, according to sources.