Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Files Complaint Over CNN Debate Criteria

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Files Complaint Over CNN Debate Criteria

Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. filed an election complaint Wednesday with the Federal Election Commission against President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Alito Rejects Calls to Abstain from Certain Supreme Court Cases

Alito Rejects Calls to Abstain from Certain Supreme Court Cases

Justice Samuel Alito is rejecting recent calls to step aside from Supreme Court cases involving former President Donald Trump and Jan. 6 defendants.

Jury Deliberations Begin in Trump's Manhattan Trial

Jury Deliberations Begin in Trump's Manhattan Trial

Jury deliberations began shortly before noon Wednesday in Donald Trump’s criminal trial over 34 State of New York felony counts of falsifying business records.

Closing Arguments Conclude in Trump Hush Money Trial

Closing Arguments Conclude in Trump Hush Money Trial

Donald Trump’s lawyers and Manhattan prosecutors have concluded their final statements in his trial over 34 counts of falsifying business records. Jury deliberations might start Wednesday.

Democratic Party to Nominate Biden by Virtual Roll Call to Avoid Missing Ohio's Ballot Deadline

Democratic Party to Nominate Biden by Virtual Roll Call to Avoid Missing Ohio's Ballot Deadline

The Democratic National Committee will hold a virtual roll call ahead of the party's convention in August so that President Joe Biden is on the ballot in Ohio.

Judge Rejects Request for Gag Order in Trump Classified Documents Case

Judge Rejects Request for Gag Order in Trump Classified Documents Case

The judge overseeing Donald Trump's classified documents case in Florida denied special counsel’s request to bar him from making public statements that might pose a danger to law enforcement agents.

Trump Hush Money Trial Moves Into Closing Arguments

Trump Hush Money Trial Moves Into Closing Arguments

Testimony in Donald Trump’s hush money trial has wrapped, after more than four weeks and nearly two-dozen witnesses. This week, the case heads into the final stretch.

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin to Undergo Procedure, Will Transfer Power to Deputy

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin to Undergo Procedure, Will Transfer Power to Deputy

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is continuing to deal with bladder issues that arose in December following his treatment for prostate cancer, a Pentagon press secretary said in a statement.

Trump Holds Rally in Bronx Park, Appealing to New York Voters

Trump Holds Rally in Bronx Park, Appealing to New York Voters

Former President Donald Trump gave a public campaign rally Thursday at a park in the South Bronx, making a pitch to New York residents via one of his election events sandwiched between court dates.

Former Baltimore Prosecutor Marylin Mosby Spared Prison for Mortgage Fraud and Perjury

Former Baltimore Prosecutor Marylin Mosby Spared Prison for Mortgage Fraud and Perjury

A former Baltimore city prosecutor was spared any prison time in her sentence Thursday for perjury and mortgage fraud.

Ohio Governor Calls Special Session to Fix Biden Ballot Issue

Ohio Governor Calls Special Session to Fix Biden Ballot Issue

Ohio’s Republican Gov. Mike DeWine said Thursday that he is calling a rare special session of the General Assembly next week to get President Joe Biden on the state’s 2024 ballot.

Senate Border Bill Vote Fails for Second Time

Senate Border Bill Vote Fails for Second Time

Senate Republicans again blocked a bill meant to clamp down on the number of migrants allowed to claim asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Robocalls That Faked Biden’s Voice Could Result in Millions in Fines

Robocalls That Faked Biden’s Voice Could Result in Millions in Fines

The FCC has issued a $6 million fine against a consultant involved with AI-generated robocalls mimicking President Joe Biden’s voice that were placed to voters before the New Hampshire primary.

Supreme Court Upholds Republican-Held South Carolina Congressional District Map

Supreme Court Upholds Republican-Held South Carolina Congressional District Map

The Supreme Court on Thursday preserved a Republican-held South Carolina congressional district, rejecting a lower-court ruling that said the district discriminated against Black voters.

Leaders of Northwestern, UCLA and Rutgers to Testify Over Campus Protests

Leaders of Northwestern, UCLA and Rutgers to Testify Over Campus Protests

House Republicans have summoned the leaders of Northwestern University and Rutgers University to testify about concessions granted to pro-Palestinian protesters to end demonstrations on campus.