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(PALM BEACH, Fla.) — As Mike Johnson faces a threat of being ousted as House speaker, he’s set to join Donald Trump on Friday in Mar-a-Lago for a joint appearance where the former president is expected to offer him his support. “I am looking forward to going to Florida and spending some time with him,” […]

(WASHINGTON) — The House is one step closer on Friday to reauthorizing a key U.S. spy program considered crucial to national security. After hard-line Republicans dealt a blow to Speaker Mike Johnson on Wednesday by tanking a routine procedural vote on the bill, the House passed the rule on Friday morning — teeing up debate, […]

(WASHINGTON) — Washington state has just joined Ohio and Alabama in signifying through election officials that President Joe Biden could be left off their general election ballots due to conflicts between the dates of the Democratic National Committee’s nominating convention and state ballot deadlines. The Evergreen state, though, appears to have already proposed a way […]

(WASHINGTON) — Annelle Sheline publicly resigned in March from her position with the U.S. State Department over the Biden administration’s Israel policy. Sheline, who holds a Ph.D., worked for one year as a foreign affairs officer at the Office of Near Eastern Affairs in the Department of State’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor. […]

(WASHINGTON) — A bill to reauthorize a spy program considered critical to U.S. national security is in limbo on Capitol Hill. An attempt on Wednesday to move ahead with reforming and renewing parts of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act was blocked by House Republicans, in another blow the Speaker Mike Johnson. Johnson and members of […]

(WASHINGTON) — Education Secretary Miguel Cardona will name LaWanda Toney as deputy chief of staff for strategic communications, as the secretary’s team looks to tackle college affordability with enrollment deadlines quickly approaching. “The message is clear: We want to make college possible for folks like the secretary, who’s a first-generation college student [and] wasn’t sure […]

(WASHINGTON) — Former President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that a new court ruling in Arizona upholding a near-total ban on abortion in the state, based on a 19th-century law, had gone too far and “needs to be straightened out.” It was the latest example of how the 2024 candidate is now trying to balance […]

(WASHINGTON) — Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s independent presidential campaign says it has ended its contract with a consultant who was seen on video encouraging people to vote for him in order to get “rid of Biden” even if that means electing former President Donald Trump. Campaign manager Amaryllis Fox announced the decision in a post […]

(WASHINGTON) — Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Thursday addressed a joint meeting of Congress, where he praised U.S. leadership on the world stage as “indispensable.” Kishida is in Washington this week as the U.S. looks to strengthen relationships with allies in the Indo-Pacific amid the mutual threat from China, North Korea and Russia. During […]

(WASHINGTON) — Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said that the DHS has a “perennially insufficient budget” and pushed for each agency to receive needed funds, including efforts to secure the southern border, he testified before two different congressional committees on Wednesday. Mayorkas, who the House voted to impeach in February over his handling of the […]