On Wednesday morning, Israeli President Isaac Herzog attempted to reassure Congress of the two countries’ longstanding bond.Read More Israeli President Isaac Herzog’s Address to Congress Reaffirms a ‘Sacred Bond’ With The U.S.
The Supreme Court rejected a legal theory on Tuesday that argued state legislatures had the ability to alter election laws without scrutiny from state courts.Read More Supreme Court decides state legislators do not have unchecked power to set election rules
In a decisive move on Tuesday night, Texas lawmakers passed a new bill that aims to establish a strict standard and rating for sexually explicit material found in books across the state.Read More Texas bill to set new standard for sexually explicit material in books
Florida’s Legislature has approved a bill that forbids Chinese nationals from owning property in the Sunshine State, which Governor Ron DeSantis will be signing into law.Read More New Florida bill passes banning Chinese citizens from buying land
The Federal Reserve has raised interest rates by a quarter-point, marking the10th consecutive rate hike and moving the benchmark rate to a range of 5% to 5.25%, the highest in 16 years.Read More The Federal Reserve raises interest rates by a quarter-point