Senate Passes TikTok Sell-or-Ban Bill

Senate Passes TikTok Sell-or-Ban Bill

The Senate passed legislation Tuesday that would force TikTok’s China-based parent company to sell the social media platform under the threat of a ban.

Senate Passes Aid for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan with Bipartisan Vote

Senate Passes Aid for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan with Bipartisan Vote

The bill passed the Senate on an overwhelming 79-18 vote late Tuesday after the House had approved the package Saturday.

George Santos Ends Comeback Bid for Congress

George Santos Ends Comeback Bid for Congress

Former U.S. Rep. George Santos on Tuesday said he is dropping his longshot bid to return to Congress.

FTC Votes to Ban Noncompete Agreements

FTC Votes to Ban Noncompete Agreements

U.S. companies would no longer be able to bar employees from taking jobs with competitors under a rule approved by a federal agency Tuesday.

Pentagon Set to Send Initial $1B in Military Aid to Ukraine Once Authorization Signed

Pentagon Set to Send Initial $1B in Military Aid to Ukraine Once Authorization Signed

The Pentagon is ready to send an initial burst of $1 billion package of military aid to Ukraine, U.S. officials said Tuesday as the Senate began debate on long-delayed foreign aid legislation.

Biden Speaks on Abortion Access in Florida

Biden Speaks on Abortion Access in Florida

President Joe Biden is traveling to Florida on Tuesday to fight back against the state's six-week abortion ban.

Pecker Testifies He Wanted to Keep Tabloid Agreement With Trump Quiet

Pecker Testifies He Wanted to Keep Tabloid Agreement With Trump Quiet

David Pecker, the National Enquirer's former publisher and a longtime friend of Donald Trump’s, has been the only witness so far in the New York hush money trial. The case resumes Thursday.

Judge Listens to Arguments on Trump Gag Order Complaints

Judge Listens to Arguments on Trump Gag Order Complaints

Judge Juan M. Merchan is considering whether Donald Trump violated a gag order by making social media posts about witnesses in the hush money trial under progress in Manhattan.

Final Version of Foreign Aid Package Heads to Senate for Vote

Final Version of Foreign Aid Package Heads to Senate for Vote

The Senate is expected to vote Tuesday or Wednesday on the final version of a foreign aid package that include funding for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan.

Supreme Court Denies Request by Arizona Candidates Seeking to Ban Electronic Vote Tabulators

Supreme Court Denies Request by Arizona Candidates Seeking to Ban Electronic Vote Tabulators

U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to consider a request by U.S. Senate candidate Kari Lake to ban the use of electronic vote-counting machines in Arizona.

Former Publisher of National Enquirer First Witness to Be Seated in Trump Trial

Former Publisher of National Enquirer First Witness to Be Seated in Trump Trial

David Pecker, the former publisher of National Enquirer, was called as the first witness after opening statements took place Monday in Donald Trump‘s hush money trial in New York.

Trump Hush Money Criminal Case Reaches Opening Arguments Stage

Trump Hush Money Criminal Case Reaches Opening Arguments Stage

Opening statements are expected Monday in a New York criminal case in which Donald Trump faces 34 felony counts of falsifying business records, and could face four years in prison if convicted.

Biden Signs Reauthorization of US Surveillance Program

Biden Signs Reauthorization of US Surveillance Program

U.S. Senate voted early Saturday to reauthorize a key surveillance law; President Biden has since signed the bill.

House Approves Billions in Aid for Ukraine, Israel

House Approves Billions in Aid for Ukraine, Israel

The House is pushing swiftly through a series of votes in a rare Saturday session to approve $95 billion in foreign aid for Ukraine, Israel and other U.S. allies.

House Votes for Possible TikTok Ban in US

House Votes for Possible TikTok Ban in US

U.S. House of Representative passed legislation Saturday that would ban TikTok in the United States if the social media platform's China-based owner doesn’t sell its stake within a year.