President Joe Biden turned 80 on Nov. 20, and so far, he has given every indication he plans to run for reelection in 2024. If he were to win, his second term would conclude not long after his 86th birthday. Too old? One of Biden’s would-be opponents has previously said he thinks not. Former President Donald Trump, 76, who has announced he
From the United States to Brazil and Israel, a barrage of election-related misinformation hammered voters around the world in 2022, but many pushed back against the conspiracy-laden Trumpian tactic of sowing distrust in the democratic process. A tsunami of falsehoods flooded Twitter, Facebook, TikTok and YouTube — from “deep
Investment bankers and deal lawyers accustomed to regulatory hurdles to their mergers face an unprecedented challenge under US President Joe Biden — antitrust watchdogs who are undaunted when they lose such battles in court. The US Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) have attempted to thwart 22
On the Capitol’s most historic man cave, as on much else, Nancy Pelosi has left her mark. In her final weeks as the nation’s first female House speaker, a reflective Pelosi has been hosting small groups in a ground-floor hideaway tucked in a narrow hall off the beaten path, between two well-traveled corridors. It’s the Board of Education room
Fighting to stay in office, George P. Bush — the last of the Bush family still on the ballot — greeted a small outdoor crowd at an Austin brewery sounding like most Republicans running in Texas’ primary recently. He’ll secure the border. He’ll support police.
The Republican Party is in a dilemma over whether to go with President Donald Trump who lost the 2020 election and egged his supporters to storm the Capitol to prevent Vice President Mark Spence from certifying the election of President Joe Biden on
To win in 2024, the Republican presidential candidate must recapture three of the five states that flipped from Donald Trump in 2016 to Joe Biden in 2020. With this goal in mind, GOP legislatures in these states have muscled
A surprising and unusual ruling against Sarah Palin in her defamation case has narrowed the former Alaska governor’s route to victory but the high-profile suit is far from over, legal experts said. In an abrupt twist in a trial
Too progressive. Too moderate. Bad for workers. The whispers and background chatter about top contenders for the Supreme Court are growing as President Biden zeroes in on a nominee to replace retiring Justice Stephen Breyer.