(NEW YORK) -- At the end of the 2021 school year, sixth-grade teacher Anita Carson decided to resign. Carson, of Polk County, Florida, told ABC News that she didn't want to leave her students behind. But when new laws began to restrict what teachers could... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Members of the House select committee appeared divided this week on whether they should make a criminal referral against former President Donald Trump at the conclusion of their investigation, with Chairman Bennie Thompson telling reporters it's "not our job" to prosecute Trump... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Republican candidates are shying away from the debate stage as the midterm elections approach. Over a half dozen GOP candidates in crucial state and federal races have either skipped out on or not committed to primary debates. Joe Lombardo, a gubernatorial candidate in... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Biden administration on Tuesday warned the U.S. Supreme Court that "survival of the nation is at stake" in a dispute with the state of Texas over a federal law meant to protect military service members from job discrimination after completing a... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Republican National Committee says it plans to make a major change heading into the 2024 election that would "prohibit" Republican nominees from participating in debates sponsored by the Commission on Presidential Debates, according to a letter sent by the RNC and... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The nation's highest court on Wednesday spent nearly two hours wrestling with the concealed carry of handguns in public places and discretionary permitting requirements in nearly a dozen states that impose limits in the interest of public safety. The oral arguments on Second... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Food and Drug Administration's independent advisory committee will convene in open session Friday to review the latest data submitted by Pfizer and discuss whether a booster dose is safe enough for widespread use and whether it's necessary and effective at improving... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. Supreme Court wrestled openly on Wednesday with how to balance the free speech rights of American teenagers on social media with the needs of schools to maintain order and discipline in classrooms and on playing fields. "I'm frightened to death of... Read More.
By MICHELLE STODDART and LAUREN KING, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Friday is Day 45 of the administration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.Here is how the day is unfolding. All time Eastern:Mar 05, 11:58... Read More.