YouTube reverses misinformation policy, allows claims about 2020 election on platform

YouTube reversed its misinformation policy regarding content about elections on Friday and will now permit content that questions the veracity of the 2020 presidential election results, according […]

Multiple Asian American groups challenge GOP states over CCP land purchase bans

Multiple Asian American groups are challenging Republican-led states for laws passed to ban affiliates of the Chinese Communist Party from buying property, according to court records and […]

GOP senators slam House Republicans for defense spending levels in debt bill

Several Republican senators are criticizing their counterparts in the House of Representatives for including provisions to cap defense spending in the Fiscal Responsibility Act, a bill to […]

Rand Paul to force Senate vote on more cuts in debt limit bill amendment

Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky is planning to force the Senate to vote this week on a cut to all federal spending by 5%, which could […]

Senate advances House GOP’s bill to block Biden’s student debt relief plan

The Senate has advanced a measure to a final vote that would block President Joe Biden’s student debt cancellation program, following a vote taken on Wednesday. The […]

Conservative world fractures over McCarthy’s debt limit deal

Fiscally conservative non-profit groups, who have long been the loudest advocates for limiting federal spending in Washington, D.C., are split on whether to support the Fiscal Responsibility […]

Mike Pence to launch 2024 presidential campaign in Iowa next week

Former Vice President Mike Pence will launch his campaign for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination on June 7 in Des Moines, Iowa, a source familiar with his […]

GOP Rep plans to resign from Congress, slimming down Republican majority: Report

A Republican member of the House of Representatives is planning to resign from Congress, which will reduce an already-slim House Republican majority, according to a report Tuesday. […]

Yellen shifts debt default date to June 5

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has extended the probable date that the U.S. will default on its sovereign debt payments absent legislation from Congress to raise the debt […]

RFK Jr. supporters like his ‘Kennedy name’ more than his policies: Poll

A new poll suggests that support for Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. is primarily based on his family and surname “Kennedy.” Kennedy, 69, is running […]

Judge pauses South Carolina fetal heartbeat abortion law

A judge in South Carolina blocked the state’s fetal heartbeat abortion law Friday, one day after it was signed into law and challenged by pro-abortion groups. Judge […]

Biden will not invoke 14th Amendment on debt ceiling, official says

President Joe Biden will not inve the 14th Amendment to the Constitution to stop the U.S. from defaulting on its debt even if he doesn’t reach a […]

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