Sam Altman is the CEO of the largest artificial intelligence company in the world, and he lobbied Congress this week for federal regulation of AI.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) warned Republican lawmakers that his team is “nowhere near a deal” with the White House on the debt ceiling, ramping up pressure on President Joe Biden just nine days before the default deadline.
Maybe it’s the softball questions lofted to top administration officials. It could have been the applause and laughter from reporters that greeted President Joe Biden at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner when he bragged about ignoring them.
Hyperbolic hysteria is a core tenet of left-wing and liberal politics. Any casual and objective observer of current events and politics should be able to admit freely that the impetus for much of their platform and agenda is making a group of people think something terrible is on the verge of happening to them. Without the fearmongering, they have nothing, and that is precisely why the NAACP declared its so-called "travel advisory" to black people about traveling to Florida.
There is a reason why you know who Randi Weingarten, the leader of the second-largest teachers union in the country, is.
Despite passing a debt ceiling bill nearly a month ago, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) is still stuck negotiating with Joe Biden on a deal to raise the debt ceiling that the president is willing to sign into law. A central contention of the White House is that McCarthy's deal — which tacks on $14 trillion onto the national debt in the next year, as opposed to a "clean" debt ceiling increase, which would add $19 trillion — contains unacceptable work requirements for recipients of Medicaid.
The Treasury Department has reportedly been asking government agencies about the possibility of making payments later as the White House struggles to negotiate a debt ceiling bill.
The United States surgeon general said that social media can pose substantial and meaningful risks to the mental health of teenagers, a statement that will give extra motivation to members of Congress calling for new rules for Big Tech.
The independent Bipartisan Policy Center on Tuesday projected the nation’s debt ceiling crisis hitting as early as June 2 and as late as August.
Wishful thinking about Russia has dominated U.S. policy circles since the collapse of the Soviet Union over 30 years ago. As Russia’s failing invasion of Ukraine drags on, Washington is at risk of repeating its mistakes. Current and former officials, together with some European leaders, continue to believe that after President Vladimir Putin’s demise, a cooperative relationship can be established and Moscow will start behaving as a responsible international player. A series of deep-rooted...
The driver of a U-Haul that crashed into Lafayette Square Monday evening has been charged with threatening to kill/kidnap/inflict harm on a president, vice president, or family member.
Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) was harshly criticized by the Left for declaring “America is not a racist country” in his Republican rebuttal to President Joe Biden’s congressional address in 2021. To conservatives and others, this might have seemed like a normal or even banal statement.