(The Center Square) – After a marathon session that lasted through the night, The U.S. Senate on Saturday narrowly passed a massive $1.9 trillion relief package that critics say contains hundreds of billions of dollars of wasteful spending unrelated to the COVID-19 pandemic.
(The Center Square) – U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, whose district extends from the Rio Grande along the Mexican border to the San Antonio suburbs, is sounding the alarm about a potential border crisis in Texas.
(The Ceneter Square) – The U.S. added 379,000 jobs in February, more than economists predicted, as new cases of COVID-19 continued to drop, providing hope for an economic turnaround.
(The Center Square) – Florida’s proposed "Combating Public Disorder Act" is one step away from House approval and transfer to the Senate, where the controversial “anti-mob” bill is likely to be adopted and signed into law by Gov. Ron DeSantis before the 2021 legislative session adjourns in May.
(The Center Square) – A Corpus Christi, Texas-based nurse is challenging the dismissal of her case by the National Labor Relations Board's Acting General Counsel, Peter Ohr, who she alleges lacks the legal authority to do so.
(THe Center Square) – Twenty Republican attorneys general argue that HR1, the “For the People Act,” which passed the U.S. House late in the night on Wednesday, is unconstitutional.
The St. Louis native posted video of his interaction after he missed his flight on Valentine's Day.
It was a whirlwind few days in Washington, D.C., in early January for U.S. Rep. Mary Miller and her husband, state Rep. Chris Miller, both Republicans from Coles County.
(The Center Square) – Enough COVID-19 doses will be available by the end of May that every American adult who wants one can receive it, President Joe Biden said Tuesday, though it might take more time to administer all of the doses.
(The Center Square) – Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich made the state’s case Tuesday for maintaining a couple of election integrity issues that, if deemed illegal, could change election laws across the country.
TUPELO • Mississippi will lift all county mask mandates and businesses will be able to operate at full capacity without any state-imposed rules starting Wednesday, Gov. Tate Reeves announced during a Tuesday afternoon press conference.
(The Center Square) – Nursing homes in the U.S. are seeing the lowest number of new COVID cases since the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) began tracking the data in May 2020,according to a new report from the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL).
(The Center Square) – The nation’s high court is set to hear oral arguments over two voting issues that originated in Arizona but could spur significant changes nationwide.
Bedrock Bee can only watch as the garden he helped plant at the epicenter of Richmond’s racial justice movement last year fades. • An 8-foot-tall fence stands between him and the land, informally renamed Marcus-David Peters Circle for a Black high school teacher fatally shot, while in a mental health crisis, by a Richmond police officer. • The state erected the barrier a month ago last week in the name of progress toward racial justice, preparing for the removal of the last Confederate statue standing on Monument Avenue. In the process, it shut Bee out of a space Black and brown people had reclaimed for healing.
Why freeze in the dark with the rest of Texas when you can jet set to a beach resort in Mexico for some quality time in the sun?
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden is set to meet Monday afternoon with a group of 10 Republican senators who have proposed spending about one-third of the $1.9 trillion he is seeking in coronavirus aid, though congressional Democrats are poised to move ahead without Republican support.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — His presidency over, Donald Trump bid farewell to Washington on Wednesday but also hinted at a comeback despite a legacy of chaos, tumult and bitter division in the country he led for four years.
The Democratic-led House has voted to impeach President Donald Trump for the second time, accusing Trump of inciting insurrection.
Following the denial of his original lawsuit and its appeal, the U.S. Supreme Court has denied hearing East Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert’s lawsuit against Vice President Mike Pence that was made in an attempt to keep Donald Trump as president.
One day after the lawsuit from Congressman Louie Gohmert, R-Tyler, against Vice President Mike Pence was dismissed, an appeal court panel agreed with the original court’s decision and declared Gohmert’s attempt to speed up the appeal “moot.”
Following a Friday night interview about the dismissal of his lawsuit against Vice President Mike Pence, Congressman Louie Gohmert, R-Tyler, released a statement Saturday saying he does not advocate for violence.
Lawyers representing Vice President Mike Pence are requesting a denial of Tyler Congressman Louie Gohmert’s lawsuit against Pence.
WASHINGTON — The House voted overwhelmingly Monday to increase COVID-19 relief checks to $2,000, meeting President Donald Trump’s demand for bigger payments and sending the bill to the GOP-controlled Senate, where the outcome is uncertain.
The East Texas Food Bank has received a generous donation from philanthropist MacKenzie Scott, Amazon’s first accountant and former wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.