Jun 17 - 7:34am EDT

Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing for the top court still sticks in the minds of those on both sides of the political spectrum; it's the subject of several books, including a new one by Jackie Calmes.

Jun 17 - 5:04am EDT

President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin held their much-anticipated summit in Geneva. They talked for about three hours. What are the outcomes of that meeting for both countries?

Jun 17 - 5:00am EDT

In the wake of 9/11, Congress approved two measures giving the president expansive war powers. An effort to repeal the 2002 authorization of force in Iraq has growing bipartisan support.

Jun 16 - 7:31pm EDT

The yes vote comes a day after the Senate unanimously moved to recognize June 19 as a commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States.

Jun 16 - 6:10pm EDT

Lawmakers expelled Rep. Larry Householder, a federally indicted Republican, in a bipartisan vote. He predicted he would be acquitted of accusations he orchestrated a $60 million bribery scheme.

Jun 16 - 4:17pm EDT

The U.S. Education Department expanded its interpretation of federal sex protections to include transgender and gay students.

Jun 16 - 6:21am EDT

Indiana is one of eight states that are scheduled to end expanded pandemic unemployment benefits this weekend.

Jun 16 - 5:06am EDT

House Democrats are uncovering evidence of ex-President Donald Trump's extensive pressure campaign to overturn 2020's election results. A House panel released 232 pages of emails and other documents.

Jun 16 - 12:01am EDT

President Biden will hold a press conference on his own after the closed-door meeting with the Russian president.