(WASHINGTON) -- Still struggling to reach his goal of 70% of Americans getting at least one vaccine dose by the Fourth of July, President Joe Biden on Friday marked a new milestone – 300 million shots administered in the 150 days since he took... Read More.
(TALLAHASSEE, Fla.) — A federal judge ruled in favor of Florida in a lawsuit against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, saying the agency overstepped its authority. Judge Steven Merryday said the CDC is "preliminarily enjoined" from enforcing its conditional sail order -- a... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- House Democratic Whip Jim Clyburn said on Friday that new legislation to mark Juneteenth as a federal holiday to commemorate the end of slavery in the United States gives him "hope." "It does give me hope…this country has a very spotty history... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The world has and continues to change in so many monumental ways since former President Barack Obama's eight years in office. Today, he says he stays awake at night thinking about how democracy can flourish in our constantly evolving world. "We're now seeing... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Since federal prosecutors obtained the cooperation of GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz's once close-ally in May, sources tell ABC News the ongoing investigation, which includes sex trafficking allegations involving Gaetz, has engulfed the tight-knit Central Florida political scene as prosecutors continue their investigation... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden signed a bill Thursday making Juneteenth a federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States -- just in time for Saturday's June 19 anniversary. It's a day African Americans have celebrated yearly since the Civil War-era and... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Senate Democrats scrambled on Thursday to unite behind a sweeping election reform bill ahead of a vote on the measure next week, with a key member of their caucus signaling a willingness to support them as Republicans present a united front in... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The House voted Thursday to repeal the 2002 Authorization for Use of Military Force, a nearly two-decade old war powers measure that gave clearance to then-President George W. Bush's plans to invade Iraq. The 2002 AUMF allows military action to “defend the national... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden and Democratic lawmakers praised the Supreme Court's decision Thursday to uphold the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare, in a case challenging its individual mandate. Former President Barack Obama made a point to emphasize that this isn't the first time... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- In a unanimous ruling, the Supreme Court on Thursday sided with religious freedom in a case involving a clash over Philadelphia's anti-LGBT discrimination policy. The justices, an opinion written by Chief Justice John Roberts, ruled for Catholic Social Services in a case involving... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Supreme Court on Thursday, in a long-anticipated decision, upheld the Affordable Care Act in a case challenging whether the individual mandate can be severed from the rest of the law -- or whether the whole law must be struck down. The court... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- For the first time in nearly 40 years, Congress has moved to establish a new national holiday, this time for Juneteenth, and just in time for Saturday's 156th anniversary of the day which marks the last African American slaves being freed in... Read More.