The hearings for U.S. Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett have almost concluded and it is likely the Senate Judiciary Committee will vote to approve her nomination later today.
The final set of questions in last night’s presidential debate – if you made it to the end of the 90-minute slugfest – was about the peaceful transition of power, and whether there would be one on January 20, 2020, inauguration day.
After a career of service as a distinguished jurist and, later in life, a cultural icon, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away on Friday, September 18, in the early hours of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year.
Amidst a stalemate between the two parties on Capitol Hill regarding additional COVID-related legislation, President Donald Trump on August 8 issued an executive memorandum policy that said U.S. workers would not have to pay their Social Security payroll taxes from September 1, 2020 until December 31, 2020.
Biden's climate policies aim to create jobs, modernize critical infrastructure, and support the greening of U.S. industry.
While it may seem hard to believe that March was just five months ago – not five years ago – that’s when Washington created two loan programs that were supposed to help struggling businesses keep doors open and employees on the payroll.
Tonight, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) will take the “stage” at the Democratic National Convention to accept the party’s nomination for vice president of the United States.
John Adams—the United States’ first vice president—called his role as second-in-command to President George Washington “the most insignificant Office that ever the Invention of Man contrived or his imagination conceived.”