Stacey Abrams, Michelle Obama collaborating on voting rights push
McConnell vows no GOP help with debt limit hike
"If they want all this spending and debt to be their signature legacy, they should leap at the chance to own every bit of it,” Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said.
Current mortgage rates for Aug. 5, 2021: Rates drop
Several notable mortgage rates fell today. Find out what this might mean if you're shopping for a home loan.
Richard Trumka, president of the AFL-CIO, dies at 72
President Joe Biden, speaking to reporters about the news, described the labor leader as "a very close personal friend."
26-year-old sheriff's deputy killed in ambush shooting: Police
A search is on for the unknown gunman or gunmen who ambushed and fatally shot a 26-year-old sheriff's deputy near Louisville, Kentucky.
Two more people die with Covid-19 on Isle of Man
'Squad'-backed Dem Jessica Cisneros to run against Rep. Cuellar, moderate critical of Biden on immigration
Richard Trumka, head of powerful AFL-CIO union, has died
Alabama Realtors and Landlords, Citing Biden’s Comments in Bid to Block Eviction Moratorium, Claim CDC Caved to ‘Tidal Wave of Political Pressure’
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Cuomo Impeachment Inquiry 'Nearing Completion,' State Assembly Says
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White House, state AGs seek ways to hold manufacturers, dealers responsible for gun crimes
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Longtime AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka Dies at 72
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, a leader for labor rights in Washington, dies at 72
Saudi case against Twitter user may have its roots in US
DNA from 32,000 year-old brown bear shows they lived near Tokyo
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Private Jet Passenger Caught With 24 Suitcases Filled With Cocaine
Daily on Energy: Biden has automakers on board with electric vehicle goals, but will need buyers