Congress passed another short-term spending measure Thursday that would keep one set of federal agencies operating through March 8 and another set through March 22, avoiding a shutdown for parts of the federal government that would otherwise kick in Saturday. The bill now goes to President Joe Biden to be signed into law.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments in Donald Trump’s appeal of a lower court decision rejecting his claim of "absolute immunity" that would allow him to avoid facing criminal charges.
A rural Pennsylvania county, near Gettysurg, and its elected officials may have to pay the state’s elections agency hundreds of thousands of dollars to reimburse it for legal fees and litigation costs.
Former New York Congressman George Santos recently filed a lawsuit against Jimmy Kimmel after the late-night comedian allegedly solicited Santos' Cameo videos "under the guise of fandom."
A federal appeals panel ruled Tuesday that Donald Trump can face trial on charges that he plotted to overturn the results of the 2020 election, rejecting the former president's claims that he is immune from prosecution.
Congress has sent President Joe Biden a short-term spending bill that would avert a looming partial government shutdown and fund federal agencies into March.
Congressional leaders have reached a deal for a short-term federal funding extension until early March, a source familiar told Fox News Digital, assuaging fears of a partial government shutdown at the end of next week.
A northern Virginia county is acknowledging that it underreported President Joe Biden’s margin of victory over Donald Trump there in the 2020 presidential election by about 4,000 votes, the first detailed accounting of errors that came to light in 2022 as part of a criminal case.
President Biden's State of the Union address is notably scheduled for after a pair of critical deadlines to avert a government shutdown.
A former police officer who defended the U.S. Capitol against rioters on Jan. 6 announced Friday he is running for Congress in Maryland.
A jury has awarded $148 million in damages to two former Georgia election workers who sued Rudy Giuliani for defamation over lies he spread about them in 2020 that upended their lives with racist threats and harassment.
If approved by the Senate, whole milk could be available on school menus for the first time in over a decade.
McHenry, who was first elected to the House in 2004 at age 29, unveiled his surprise decision as candidate filing started this week in North Carolina.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is asking a judge to set a trial date for former President Donald Trump for three months before the general election.
The bill excludes funding requested by President Joe Biden for Israel, Ukraine and the U.S. border with Mexico.
Hunter Biden's attorney says subpoenas issued by House Republicans to members of President Joe Biden’s family are a “political stunt."
Congresswoman Cori Bush of Missouri called Israel’s invasion of Gaza an “ethnic cleansing campaign,” and was among 10 House members who did not back a resolution supporting the nation.
Rep. Jamaal Bowman, D-N.Y., has been charged for allegedly pulling a fire alarm in a House of Representatives building during a government shutdown threat Sept. 30.
Republicans are convening against Monday evening without any idea who will lead and when they will be able to get Congress back to work.
U.S. Rep. Tom Emmer is making calls related to running for Speaker of the House of Representatives.