Up to 15,000 troops are expected to arrive in Washington, D.C., amid threats of violence leading up to Inauguration Day.
Like arsonists calling for the water brigade, GOP lawmakers who enabled an assault on U.S. Capitol and democracy want calm. And they aren't blushing.
With control of the Senate, Democrats can work to throw out Trump's last-minute attempts to weaken anti-pollution measures and the social safety net.
The party is splintering on the eve of the Georgia Senate runoff elections, which will decide who controls the upper chamber.
The only thing the House and Senate leaders seem to agree on is that Congress shouldn't leave town without an agreement on a coronavirus relief bill.
Some Trump allies want to nullify Biden's victory when Congress meets in a joint session on Jan. 6 to formally accept the Electoral College vote.
Another round of payments hasn't figured in talks on a new coronavirus relief package. But this political odd couple seeks to change that.
Retired Gen. Lloyd Austin, a member of Raytheon’s board of directors, has only been out of active military service for four years.
A bipartisan group of senators trying to reach an agreement on added coronavirus relief is hitting a wall over one of the Senate majority leader's top priorities.
Direct payments aren't part of any of the proposals being discussed as a potential compromise to passing more coronavirus relief.
But even if Democrats win both Senate races next month, they still need additional moderate members to back their $15-an-hour plan.
The California secretary of state has emerged as the front-runner to replace Vice President-elect Harris in the Senate.