Senators grilled Ticketmaster Tuesday, questioning whether the company’s dominance in the ticketing industry led to its spectacular breakdown last year during a sale of Taylor Swift concert tickets.
Vice President Mike Pence informed Congress Tuesday that he discovered documents bearing classified markings in his Carmel, Indiana, home on Jan. 16 from his time as vice president.
A state representative from Austin is looking to transform the way local elections are held, calling to shift to a growing process called ranked-choice voting.
Sunday is the 50th anniversary of the now-overturned Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that established a federal right to an abortion.
A lawyer for the president said the search took place Friday.
Chatter of a 30% national sales tax being proposed by Republicans has taken over the internet in recent days. Here’s a look at the proposal.
President Joe Biden notches two years in office on Friday, Jan. 20. The story of the first half of his term, at least by the numbers, is a mixed bag.
In a blistering filing, U.S. District Judge Donald M. Middlebrooks accused Trump of a "pattern of abuse of the courts" for filing frivolous lawsuits for political purposes, which he said "undermines the rule of law" and "amounts to obstruction of justice."
The Treasury Department says it has started taking “extraordinary measures” as the government has run up against its legal borrowing capacity of $31.381 trillion.
The Welcome Corps program lets groups of at least five Americans apply to become sponsors and help refugees adjust to life in the U.S.
President Biden arrived in Santa Clara County Thursday morning to begin his tour of the Central Coast and the damages left behind by recent storms.
Greg Groogan, Steven Dial and Rudy Koski share their thoughts on all the extra money Texas lawmakers must decide how to spend.
This week, the Texas trio talked with government comptroller Glenn Hager about the mountain of excess cash in the state budget. Hear what he has to say about where it might go.
The White House said Saturday that lawyers for Biden found more classified documents at his home in Delaware than previously known.
Texas mayors from different political affiliations joined forces in a united voice to lobby the state Legislature on a Zoom call Friday. Some of the mayors also voiced additional concerns.
The rule would allow House members to be reimbursed for living expenses, food and travel while working in Washington, D.C.
Attorney General Merrick Garland on Thursday appointed a special counsel to investigate the presence of documents with classified markings found at President Joe Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware, and at an office in Washington.
State lawmakers approved a new rule that punishes lawmakers who break quorum. It's in response to the last legislative session when most House Democrats went to Washington D.C. in protest of Republican-backed voting restrictions.
President Joe Biden’s legal team has discovered additional documents containing classification markings.
As Texas lawmakers consider what to do with an unprecedented $32.7 billion state surplus, leaders of the state’s six largest public university systems are pitching that nearly $1 billion be allocated toward higher education. If lawmakers agree, these university chancellors pledge to hold tuition flat for all undergraduate students for the next two academic years.