Advocates have turned up the pressure on the Senate to pass legislation this year to establish a citizenship path for ...
President Joe Biden’s pardon for thousands of people convicted of possessing marijuana may have a limited impact on its own ...
As the Biden administration doles out historic levels funding to curb wildfires, partisan fights are breaking out over how to ...
The light from a police car flashes in the foreground as Marine One takes off from the South Lawn of the White House on ...
Pentagon IG report finds more than one-third of private landlords on U.S. military bases are not guaranteeing tenants legal rights.
Only 18 percent of high-level aides are people of color — a boost from 2018, but not enough for Congress’ staff to look like America.
Ben Sasse is expected to resign from the Senate in the coming months after being named the sole finalist for the presidency of the University of Florida. The University of Florida presidential search ...
The U.S. took in fewer than 26,000 refugees this past fiscal year, far short of the Biden administration’s stated goal, new data shows.
Texas Rep. Henry Cuellar is poised to become top Democrat on Homeland Security appropriations next year, to the chagrin of progressives.
President Biden is pardoning thousands of people convicted of federal marijuana charges, just weeks before November's midterm elections.
The Fed and FDIC consider how to test banks' resilience under various climate scenarios, but say they aren't stress tests.
At the behest of Senate Energy and Natural Resources Chairman Joe Manchin III, D-W.Va., the law included provisions that required the Interior Department to conduct offshore leases it had previously ...