Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones represented the 13th district in congress before. Now she's ready to do it again.
Steven G. Calabresi wants Congress to take action after his alarming assertion.
Deidre Jackson filed a complaint after she says she was unlawfully terminated from her job at the Space Coast Office of Tourism.
Rep. John Lewis was laid to rest on Thursday, but in a eulogy honoring his life, Barack Obama called on all of us to continue his work.
As part of Biden's Build Back Better plan, unemployment, homeownership, entrepreneurship and education takes center stage.
The ACLU tells the New York Times that it's believed to be the first legislative initiative of its kind in the United States.
MacKenzie Scott, formerly Bezos, publicized a list 0f 116 worthwhile institutions she's pouring her wealth into.
If successful, Wiley would become the first woman to do so, and the second African-American elected to the office.
"Nobody likes me," said Donald Trump.
Tameka Skinner is being remembered by family as a God-fearing and kind mother of two.
Joe Biden should see her lack of remorse for a debate stage comment as a welcomed quality, not a hindrance.
The proposal addresses individual payments, money for schools and unemployment benefits.
Witnesses say Garrett Foster did not want trouble. He simply wanted to protest injustice.
Cotton stands by his remarks and attributes the outrage to "fake news."
Election Day is around the corner and the former first lady won't let us forget.
What we do know for sure is that it did not end well.