Comedy Central host Trevor Noah asked Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg about a New Hampshire poll which showed him beating Biden in a 2024 primary matchup.
Judiciary Committee Chair Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., on Monday called on President Biden to pause an eventually cancel student debt, citing “monkeypox cases on the rise.”
Activist and philanthropist George Soros wrote an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal this week defending his progressive approach to crime and justice.
Ron DeSantis Deputy Press Secretary Bryan Griffin wrote on Twitter that ABCs The View reached out to his team for a guest appearance on their show.
Resigning Chicago 911 operator lambasts Mayor Lightfoot’s “lies and dishonesty” “I don’t support that”
Chicago 911 dispatcher joined “Fox and Friends First” to address why the lack of leadership from Lori Lightfoot and rising crime resulted in his resignation.
Beyonc’s publicist confirmed that the artist will replace an offensive lyric from a song in her latest album, Renaissance.
The Oakland Public Library has spent years collecting items its patrons have left in library books, from old photographs to love notes. The archive is available publicly on their website.
Monkeypox cases in California, Illinois and New York make up nearly half of the nationwide total. The governors in those states have all declared a state of emergency to help address the outbreaks.
After the GOP blocks the burn pit measure, veterans have been camped out on the steps of the Capitol.
60 veterans groups and comedian Jon Stewart have spent days protesting after Senate Republicans blocked a bill for veterans exposed to burn pits.
Fans of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard engage in a new online brawl after learning about new documents.
A hashtag defending Amber Heard trended on Twitter on Monday after unsealed court documents in the defamation case brought by Johnny Depp circulated online.