The Court’s decision reverses decades of precedent. In 1978, the Court ruled that affirmative action was lawful, which it later upheld in 2003 and 2016.
Merck—which made $59.3 billion in revenue and $14.5 billion in profits in 2022—argued Tuesday that the Biden administration’s effort to lower exorbitant drug prices for seniors would somehow restrict its ability to invest in new cures and treatments.
House Republicans’ Agenda Focuses on Social Security Cuts and Sham Investigations—Not Working Families
Between Republicans’ economic agenda, spurious investigations, and threatened impeachments, the House is looking at a busy but unproductive year.
Trump’s campaign for another term has been long expected, but in the aftermath of last week’s historically bad midterm results, some Republicans are scrambling to find an alternative to their standard bearer.
Former White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly told the New York Times that the former president wanted investigations into those he believed to be his enemies, including former FBI director James Comey and former FBI official Andrew McCabe.
The devastating impacts of Trump’s attempts to overturn the 2020 election were on full display Tuesday, when one witness after another detailed how Trump’s “Big Lie” affected them and their loved ones.
A raíz de los resultados del censo, la legislatura debe trazar nuevos mapas para que todos los habitantes de los distritos sean representados equitativamente.
As he runs for Congress in 2022, the Democratic representative from Pinellas County promises to “create an economy that gives every working Floridian a fair shot at the American Dream.”
The Democratic incumbent who earned an “A” in the 2021 People First Report Card for consistently voting in favor of her constituents, is up for reelection.
The Gen Z candidate says he is committed to ending gun violence, ensuring “Medicare for All,” and working for environmental justice.