Gov. Greg Abbott, and other Republican state leaders of Texas, are more interested in pointing political fingers rather than deal with the key issues in the midst of the ongoing deep freeze and power outage in the Lone Star State.
Rush Limbaugh, the nationally syndicated right-wing radio broadcaster who died Wednesday of advanced lung cancer, was eulogized also for paving the way for the political environment which allowed for Donald Trump's ascension to the White House, according to a variety of political commentators.
Democratic lawmakers in both House and Senate are looking to overcome opposition within their own ranks to push the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour.
While Some Foresee ‘A Real Battle For The Soul of The Republican Party,’ Others Believe It Will Be ‘Permanent Minority’ If They Continue To Follow Trump
Larry Hogan, Maryland's Republican governor and a potential presidential hopeful in 2024, sees a looming battle ahead for the Republican Party.
In a colloquy with author and historian Jon Meacham to put Donald Trump's incitement of the deadly January 6 insurrection into some context, former Republican congressman and Morning Joe co-host Joe Scarborough compared the former president to Adolf Hitler.
Senate Republicans will help fracture the Republican Party if they acquit Donald Trump of inciting the deadly January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol, according to a former Trump staffer-turned-critic.
Although all attention in Washington and elsewhere is currently engrossed with his impeachment trial which began this week in the Senate, Donald Trump has bigger legal problems coming his way, according to a prominent former federal prosecutor.
The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee harshly criticized House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif), for McCarthy's handling of the controversy surrounding freshman Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene.
Biden ‘Didn’t Run on a Promise to Unite the Democratic and Republican Party into One Party in Washington’
Joe Biden's drive for national unity reached what might be realistic limits this week in the US Senate, where the legislative framework for President Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID relief package made it into law by the slimmest margin possible -- and with no Republican support.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), no stranger to controversy in her brief tenure on Capitol Hill, now has surprisingly become a lightning rod for -- of all things -- her harrowing experiences during those traumatic hours of January 6 when insurrectionists overran the US Capitol.