Boris Johnson's wish has been granted.
A Republican state lawmaker in Washington is accused of participating "in an act of domestic terrorism against the United States," according to a new report released Thursday by the Washington State House Republicans on their website.
Three conservative-leaning states have filed a federal lawsuit in an attempt to stop the Equal Rights Amendment from being added to the US Constitution as it nears potential ratification.
Boris Johnson has done it. The UK Prime Minister has stunned political pundits by leading his Conservative Party to score one of the country's most dramatic electoral victories in decades.
Boris Johnson's election gamble appears to have paid off.
Voters in the United Kingdom will shuffle through the doors of their old schools, churches and village halls on Thursday, casting their votes in the country's third general election in less than five years.
Democratic Rep. Jerry Nadler in 2019 sounds a lot like Republican Rep. James Sensenbrenner did in 1998.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson may be gunning for a stronger mandate in Thursday's general election, but a seat projection has not ruled out his Conservative party failing to regain its parliamentary majority.
Pierce Bush, a grandson of former President George H.W. Bush, is running for Congress in Texas.
When Sean Binder arrived on the Greek island of Lesbos in October 2017, the migrant crisis facing Europe had changed from a temporary emergency to a long-term political reality. While the number of crossings had dropped dramatically since 2015, deaths at sea remained high, and those surviving the journey were fa
Less than a month after the Democratic takeover of the Virginia state legislature, nearly half the state's counties have passed resolutions in support of Second Amendment rights.
North Carolina Republican Rep. George Holding announced Friday that he will not seek reelection, saying in a statement that "newly redrawn congressional districts were part of the reason" for his decision.
Jo Swinson watched the shock results of the UK's EU referendum roll in from somewhere in the political wilderness.
A woman dumped the remains of her bushfire-charred family home outside the Australian parliament on Monday, accusing lawmakers of failing to act on the climate crisis.
Two daughters of the late Democratic Rep. Elijah Cummings of Maryland on Tuesday endorsed their father's former staffer Harry Spikes, instead of Cummings' widow, in the race to fill the congressman's seat, The Washington Post reported.
Lebanon's parliament has been postponed after demonstrators blocked roads and prevented politicians from arriving for a first session since protests erupted across the country last month.
In a surprise decision Monday, a Hong Kong court threw out a month-old mask ban the government had introduced in the hopes of stemming the city's ongoing political unrest.
For the first time in Virginia's 400-year legislative history, a woman will become speaker of the House.
As polls close on December 12 and the results of the UK's snap election drizzle in, only one question will matter: is Brexit still happening?
The coming Democratic takeover of the Virginia legislature has cleared the path for the state to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment, which would ban discrimination on the basis of sex and guarantee equality for women under the Constitution.
Democrats will win majorities in Virginia's House and Senate on Tuesday, CNN projects, giving the party full control of the state's government for the first time in more than two decades.
Democrat Andy Beshear claimed victory Tuesday night in the Kentucky governor's race, but Republican Gov. Matt Bevin said he is not conceding.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is under fire over accusations from lawmakers that the UK government is intentionally delaying the release of a report into Russia's influence in British politics until after the upcoming election.
The outcome of races in Kentucky, Mississippi and Virginia on Tuesday could shed light on how the country is leaning in the middle of an impeachment inquiry and as it heads into a presidential election year.