Trump's campaign is distancing him from allies who have sketched out plans for a second term
Donald Trump’s presidential campaign is distancing him from efforts by allies and former aides to sketch out who might fill his administration if he wins a second term and what policies he might pursue.
Top White House cyber aide says recent Iran hack on water system is call to tighten cybersecurity
Recent attacks on American water authorities by Iranian-aligned hackers — as well as a separate spate of ransomware attacks hitting the U.S. health care system — are calling federal officials to action.
Tax charges in Hunter Biden case are rarely filed, but could have deep political reverberations
Hunter Biden has been hit with new criminal charges in California accusing him of scheming to avoid paying his taxes while spending lavishly on everything from luxury hotels to escorts to exotic cars.
US Sen. Kevin Cramer's son makes court appearance after crash that killed North Dakota deputy
The 42-year-old son of U.S. Sen. Kevin Cramer made his initial appearance in state district court on Friday in connection with the pursuit and crash that killed a North Dakota sheriff's deputy on Wednesday.
Wisconsin university system reaches deal with Republicans that would scale back diversity positions
The Universities of Wisconsin and Assembly Republican Speaker Robin Vos have reached a sweeping deal that would freeze hiring for diversity positions across the system in exchange for lawmakers approving employee pay raises and funding for a new engineering building at the flagship campus.
With the Mavericks, Miriam Adelson is poised to be a Texas political powerhouse. Will it help her legalize casinos?
Adelson wasted little time reaching out to the state’s business leaders since news of the deal broke, visiting Austin on Thursday to address the Texas Association of Business, the state’s largest business lobby.
Hunter Biden is indicted on 9 tax charges, adding to gun charges in a special counsel investigation
Hunter Biden has been indicted on tax charges in California as a special counsel investigation into the business dealings of President Joe Biden’s son intensifies against the backdrop of the 2024 election.
Marking start of Hanukkah, Emhoff condemns antisemitism, says Biden and Harris 'have your back'
Doug Emhoff, the husband of Vice President Kamala Harris, says American Jews are “feeling alone” and “in pain” as he denounces rising antisemitism in the U.S. and abroad, particularly amid the ongoing Israel-Hamas war.
Conservative consulting group rebrands with new name after leader met with white supremacist Nick Fuentes
In a Nov. 13 filing with the Texas Secretary of State, an attorney for Pale Horse Strategies LLC wrote that the firm would also conduct future business under the name “West Fort Worth Management LLC.”
Families press for inspector general investigation of Army reservist who killed 18
A survivor and family members of those killed in the deadliest mass shooting in Maine history are pressing for the Army inspector general to obtain answers about the gunman's mental health and hospitalization.
Two networks announce GOP presidential debates just days apart at same New Hampshire school
Two television networks have said they will hold separate Republican presidential debates at the same location in New Hampshire just ahead of that state’s GOP primary next month, but officials at Saint Anselm College said they were only aware of one of the events.
Ted Cruz pushes for car manufacturers to keep AM radio, a tool for emergency communication and conservative talk
Cruz on Tuesday requested a unanimous consent decision on his AM Radio for Every Vehicle Act. The legislation was blocked by Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, who said the mandate on private companies would be an overstep of congressional power.