“We will not be deterred by frivolous lawsuits," Letitia James said.
Former officer Jonathan Moreno was accused of using excessive force against a Black man during a traffic stop last year.
People should become parents only if they're sure they'll never need help, the Wisconsin Republican suggested.
The conservative commentator was previously suspended for violating the platform's COVID-19 misinformation policy.
Sorry, Hillary. Sorry, Liz Cheney. Sorry, imitation Sorkin pundits.
The ailing 77-year-old Native American rights activist “meets appropriate criteria” for going home, says the Senate Indian Affairs Committee chair.
Elizabeth Warren, Chuck Schumer and Ayanna Pressley led over 80 lawmakers in calling for the president to eliminate student loan debt for millions of Americans.
The extremist House member remains under investigation for having sex with an underage girl, which he denies.
Judges Ketanji Brown Jackson, Leondra Kruger and Michelle Childs have been floated as potential replacements for retiring Justice Stephen Breyer.
The ex-president's tee-off boast may be the strongest hint yet that he'll run in 2024.
Environmentalists are hopeful that the move deals a fatal blow to a Chilean firm's plans for a copper-nickel mine at the doorstep of a popular wilderness area.
The justice, who has been in his role since 1994, is the oldest member of the high court.
The "New Day" anchor hit the Fox News founder with a blunt question about the network's coverage of the coronavirus vaccines.
In Kyrsten Sinema's Arizona, Republicans have already introduced dozens of bills to further target voting rights and elections.
Turner, a former Ohio state senator, lost a contentious primary to Rep. Shontel Brown in August.
The GOP Virginia governor's email hotline seeking reports of “divisive practices” in schools has received some, well, interesting responses.
The Fox News personalities clashed over a Republican spot questioning the president's ability to lead.
The former president's son received a quick reminder about his father.
More than 36 million families have been left hanging after receiving a monthly child allowance in the second half of 2021.
A call to a radio show from a Virginia parent spread to top conservative pundits — but it quickly turned into a bad game of telephone.