White House press secretary Jen Psaki defended the Biden administration's decision to not directly sanction Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the brutal death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, saying there are "more effective ways" to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for the killing.
Republican Louisiana Sen. Bill Cassidy tells CNN's Dana Bash that the GOP should focus on courting new voters and pushing successful policies in the next elections, warning that continued idolization of former President Trump will lead to losses.
This week, public schools in Fairfax County, Virginia, will open their classroom doors for the first time in almost a year. It's a hybrid model -- students in each grade will be in the school just two days a week. CNN's Dana Bash reports.
CNN's Abby Phillip previews Virginia's gubernatorial race as Democrats ride a wave of demographic change and Republicans search for a way forward.
Belqees Al-Doais, a young mother from Yemen, won the 2017 US diversity visa lottery. Then, Trump's travel ban dashed her dreams of moving to America. Now, she wants a second chance.
A second former aide to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is accusing him of sexual harassment, according to the New York Times. CNN's Brynn Gingras has the latest.
Despite promising to punish senior Saudi leaders while on the campaign trail, President Joe Biden declined to apply sanctions to the one the US intelligence community determined is responsible for the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi: Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Gov. Kristi Noem (R-SD) received a standing ovation from CPAC attendees for her remarks about South Dakota's handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Dr. Jonathan Reiner criticized Noem's comments, saying that her 'science denialism' resulted in the spread of the deadly virus.
Carlin -- who says he's concerned with "the enormous problem of China, the disintegration of the family, the decline of rural America and the big tax suppression of free speech and control of media content," thinks Grassley may be out of touch with the current Republican Party.
PEKIN, Ill. — Tiffany White, director of the Dirksen Congressional Center in Pekin, believes it is not enough to study the actions of historical figures. To truly appreciate the role that figures like U.S. Sen. Everett Dirksen played in history, it is important to examine their background and their upbringing.
CNN's Donie O'Sullivan reports on Trump ally Roger Stone's welcome at the Conservative Political Action Conference, and his response to questions about his alleged involvement with the January 6th Capitol riot.
CNN's Chris Cuomo questions CPAC chairman Matt Schlapp about giving former President Donald Trump a platform following the former President's claims of election fraud.
CNN's Natasha Chen looks at how the Covid-19 eviction moratorium has affected small-scale investors and landlords who have unpaid mortgages to face as tenants are unable to pay their rent.
Although the University of Iowa and the University of Northern Iowa already announced their upcoming commencement ceremonies will be virtual — and are well into planning them — a Republican lawmaker is sponsoring a bill requiring Iowa’s public universities to hold in-person spring graduations.
President Joe Biden says Americans are "one step closer" to relief after the House voted to approve the $1.9 trillion pandemic aid package. CNN's Joe Johns explains the president's short remarks as the bill heads to the Senate.
(The Center Square) – Iowans could add emergency preparedness supplies to their shopping lists for the state’s annual sales tax holiday if a new bill passes.
Lady Gaga's French bulldogs were returned home safely days after they were stolen by two individuals who shot her dog walker. The dog walker is currently in stable condition.
The two French bulldogs violently stolen from Lady Gaga's dog walker have been returned safely after a woman, who wasn't named, met the entertainer's staff and detectives at the Olympic Community Police Station with the animals, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
The House of Representatives voted early Saturday morning to approve President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion pandemic aid package, a major step toward enacting the first legislative priority of the new administration as the devastating fallout from the spread of Covid-19 has left Americans in di…
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) questioned Dr. Rachel Levine, Biden's first transgender Cabinet nominee pick over puberty suppression for minors during a confirmation hearing.
The Senate parliamentarian has ruled against including an increase in the minimum wage as part of the Covid-19 relief bill. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) says the decision is "upsetting."
The $1.9 trillion House coronavirus package contains a wide range of proposals to help Americans still struggling with the economic fallout of the pandemic. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
The Pokémon Company celebrates its 25th Anniversary with the debut of much anticipated new titles, "Pokémon Brilliant Diamond, Pokémon Shining Pearl and Pokémon Legends: Arceus."
Organizers at the Conservative Political Action Conference received a strong negative reaction from the crowd when they asked them to wear masks to comply with local Covid-19 ordinances.
CNN's Jim Acosta reports from this year's Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) where it's clear much of the Republican party sees former President Donald Trump as a "golden goose."
The Conservative Political Action Conference began Friday with a session called “Why the Left Hates the Bill of Rights … and We Love It.”
Anyone who lives in or around Fulton County knows Trash Panda. He's the lovable spokescat for Fulton County Emergency Services & Disaster Agency who has an insatiable appetite for Fruity Pebbles. And, now, Trash Panda's lovable mug is featured on special boxes of Fruity Pebbles.
CNN's Jake Tapper discusses the US intelligence report about the killing of Jamal Khashoggi that says Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman approved the operation.
Nearly 100 Scott County residents have signed petitions calling for a public hearing to determine whether Supervisor John Maxwell vacated his position on the Scott County Board of Supervisors.
Jason Smith, a middle school principal in Indianapolis, used his clippers to touch up a student's hair rather than disciplining the boy for wearing a hat to cover it up.
A "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" camera crew had a tough time finding people in Los Angeles who could identify America's second gentleman, Doug Emhoff.
Currently there are no plans for a federally supported mass vaccination site of the same magnitude to operate in central or downstate Illinois, but Pritzker said “for now...our Illinois National Guard are opening mass vaccination sites all across the state.”
(The Center Square) – Iowa finished above the national average in a new ranking by the United Health Foundation that examines public health challenges and progress that occurred just before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
(The Center Square) – With plans to include a $15 minimum wage in President Joe Biden administration’s COVID-19 recovery proposal quashed by rules procedures, U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, has introduced his own wage hike.
CEDAR RAPIDS — A proposal to ban traffic cameras throughout Iowa — except on the dangerous S-curve on Interstate 380 by downtown Cedar Rapids — got the green light Thursday from the Iowa Senate Judiciary Subcommittee.
The US intelligence report on the murder of Jamal Khashoggi says that Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was responsible, saying he approved the operation to capture or kill Khashoggi. "We base this assessment on the Crown Prince's control of decision-making in the Kingdom, the …
CNN's Van Jones underscores the importance of the minimum wage fight for Democrats as President Joe Biden's proposal to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour through his Covid-19 relief package faces pushback.
Paramount+, the rebrand of CBS All Access, is relying heavily on new content based on old favorites, like "The Real World" and "Rugrats" to lure new streaming subscribers.
(The Center Square) – The Democrats’ $1.9 trillion emergency relief bill – which is up for a vote Friday – includes a slew of bailout money for state governments unrelated to the pandemic, opponents say.