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Florida Democrats hope abortion and marijuana questions draw young voters despite low enthusiasm

Jordan Vassallo is lukewarm about casting her first presidential ballot for President Joe Biden in November. But when the 18-year-old senior at Jupiter High School in...

Trump and DeSantis meet to make peace and discuss fundraising for the former president’s campaign

Former president Donald Trump met privately with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis over the weekend, according to three people familiar with the discussion, marking a detente between the former...

Biden signs bill extending a key US surveillance program after divisions nearly forced it to lapse

President Joe Biden on Saturday signed legislation reauthorizing a key U.S. surveillance law after divisions over whether the FBI should be restricted from using the program...

When it comes to government planes and political trips, who pays for a president’s campaign travel?

It’s no simple matter to move the commander in chief from point A to B, and it’s even more complicated when the president is...

Biden and Democrats report raising $90 million-plus in March, stretching their cash lead over Trump

The Biden campaign and its affiliated entities reported collecting $187 million from January through March and said that 96% of all donations were less than $200.

Democrats eye Florida’s abortion vote as chance to flip the state. History says it’ll be a challenge

Despite Florida’s reputation as a newly bona fide red state, Democrats have new hope that a ballot question seeking to preserve abortion rights will put...

Texas wants to arrest immigrants in the country illegally. Why would that be such a major shift?

Immigration laws are federal laws -- not state laws -- and enforcement of immigration law is the domain of federal law enforcement. Homeland Security agents and...

Biden and Trump notch more wins Tuesday as primary voters urge them to keep up the fight

As Joe Biden and Donald Trump moved closer to a November rematch, primary voters around the country on Tuesday urged their favored candidate to...

What to know about the SAVE plan, the income-driven plan to repay student loans

President Joe Biden recently announced that he was canceling federal student loans for nearly 153,000 borrowers enrolled in the plan, known as the SAVE plan.

Biden uses feisty State of the Union to contrast with Trump, sell voters on a second term

For 68 minutes in the House chamber, Biden goaded Republicans over their policies on immigration, taxes and more, invited call-and-response banter with fellow Democrats and seemed to relish the fight.

Nikki Haley wins the District of Columbia’s Republican primary and gets her first 2024 victory

Nikki Haley has won the Republican primary in the District of Columbia, notching her first victory of the 2024 campaign. Her victory Sunday at least...

Republicans block Senate bill to protect nationwide access to IVF treatments

Democrats have immediately seized on the election-year ruling.

The Supreme Court will decide whether Trump is immune from federal prosecution. Here’s what’s next

The action injects immediate uncertainty into the legal and political calendar over the next several months.

The Supreme Court leaves in place the admissions plan at an elite Virginia public high school

The Supreme Court on Tuesday left in place the admissions policy at an elite public high school in Virginia that some parents claimed discriminates against highly...

How Presidents Day went from George Washington’s modest birthday to big sales and 3-day weekends

And yet the nation will once again commemorate the first U.S. president on Monday, 292 years after he was born.

GOP-led House impeaches Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas — by one vote — over border management

President Joe Biden called it a “blatant act of unconstitutional partisanship that has targeted an honorable public servant in order to play petty political games.”

Biden’s campaign joins TikTok, even as administration warns of national security concerns with app

Biden isn’t expected to personally join the platform, aides said, nor the others in his administration.

What’s in the bipartisan Senate package to aid Ukraine, secure U.S. border

Senators have come out with a carefully negotiated $118 billion compromise that pairs tens of billions of dollars in wartime aid for Ukraine with...

Biden warns of a ‘nightmare’ future for the country if Trump should win again, and lists reasons why

Biden said the stakes were huge when he took on Trump in 2020 — “what made America America, I thought, was at risk’ — and they are even larger now as a likely rematch looms.

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