Colleagues praised Mr. Paul of Kentucky for acting swiftly to help Ms. Ernst of Iowa by performing the Heimlich maneuver as she choked on Thursday.
Before the debate about his possible expulsion from Congress, George Santos seemed to embrace his starring role in a scandal of his own making.
The decision to try to compel cooperation from a leading judicial activist and a Republican megadonor came over fierce G.O.P. opposition and threats of retaliation.
Democrats and the White House have agreed in principle to raise the threshold for asylum claims as part of the bill to fund wars in Israel and Ukraine, but liberals are livid — and Republicans want more.
The layoffs are the latest sign of a slowdown in small-dollar donations to Democratic candidates and liberal organizations.
Kissinger Met With Xi and Other Powerful Figures Into His 100th Year
Steven Sadow’s minimalist approach in the racketeering case against his client has created some dramatic tension, but his silence may be coming to an end.
His role in establishing peace between Israel and Egypt — Gaza’s neighbors — has shaped the region for decades.
Interviewing Henry Kissinger was a bit like negotiating an arms control agreement: Full of complexity, nuance, evasion and declarations you had to check. And utterly fascinating.