President Joe Biden on Tuesday said it was a "real possibility" that Senate Democrats could alter the chamber's filibuster rules to pass a bill to raise the debt ceiling.
A Wisconsin appeals court on Tuesday issued a hold on an order to purge more than 200,000 voters from the state's voter rolls.
A pair of giant panda cubs born at the Toronto Zoo in December met Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and were given names in a ceremony on Monday.
Sens. Marco Rubio and Bill Nelson, both of Florida, introduced a bill Wednesday to incentivize states to enact gun violence restraining orders less than one month after a deadly shooting at a school in their home state.
The entire U.S. Senate will visit the White House on Wednesday to receive a classified briefing on North Korea -- a rare move that signals the Trump administration's growing focus on the potential threat from socialist nation.
Hillary Clinton has not yet announced her candidacy for a presidential run in 2016.
Diplomats in the European Union on Wednesday recommended that the 27-member alliance update its COVID-19 safe travel list to include visitors from the United States, a move that's expected to take effect later this week.
Small tsunami waves reached Hawaii and Southern California on Thursday following Chile's devastating 8.3-magnitude earthquake that killed at least 11 people and forced 1 million to evacuate.
U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy was asked to resign Friday and was replaced by Rear Adm. Sylvia Trent-Adams, one of the first nurses to serve in the role.
As expected, President Barack Obama vetoed a House bill Friday calling for the repeal of parts of the Affordable Care Act and the defunding of Planned Parenthood.