US attorney general tells Republicans defunding FBI would be 'catastrophic'
Some of Trump's Republican allies have called for a defunding of the FBI to protest its investigation into and prosecution of more than 1,140 Trump supporters who stormed the US Capitol to overturn his election defeat.
Republican infighting stalls spending bills in US House as shutdown looms
The House and the Democratic-led Senate have less than two weeks to avoid a shutdown by passing either short-term or long-term funding measures.
Biden says Republicans want to impeach him to shut down the government
The inquiry is centred around whether Biden benefited from Hunter Biden's business dealings.
Trump supporters unfazed by new indictment
National opinion polls have long shown overwhelming support among Republicans for another Trump term.
US Marine Corps in historic leadership limbo due to Republican block
Retiring Gen David Berger formally relinquished command as the Marine Corps' commandant, creating the first of several possible vacancies of Senate confirmed leaders on the US military's Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Trump says may skip first Republican debate, hold rival event
The debate will be the first chance for voters to see the Republican presidential candidates square off against each other.
Republicans launch push to impeach Biden
They accuse Biden of failing to control immigration.
Most Republicans see politics behind Trump indictment, poll shows
The number of Republicans who believe the former president is being unfairly targeted vastly exceeds the 30-35% of Trump supporters who are estimated by political analysts to make up his core base.
Republicans say little progress in debt ceiling talks with White House
Biden and McCarthy emerged from a meeting on the debt ceiling talking about the need to find bipartisan compromise, even as they cling to policies that expose the divides between the two parties.
Biden 'optimistic' on debt talks with Republicans as default looms
Alarm bells are meanwhile ringing over the possibility of a first-ever US default, with uncertainty over the actual date the government would stop being able to pay its bills.
Yes, Joe Biden plans to run for president again, wife Jill says
Another run would test whether voters are ready to give Biden, already the oldest American president ever, another four years in office.
US House control hinges on tight races after Democrats take Senate
Republicans were closer to winning the House, having secured 211 seats compared to Democrats' 206, with 218 needed for a majority.