The latest on the Republican Party. Also referred to as the Grand Old Party (GOP), it is one of the two major political parties in the United States, alongside the Democratic Party. The current chairperson of the party is Ronna McDaniel, granddaughter of former Michigan Governor George Romney and the niece of Utah U.S. Senator Mitt Romney. Former President Donald Trump is the last Republican president.
Orlando Apologizes for 'Inflammatory' Fourth of July Post Referencing Hate
"Yes, America is in strife right now, but you know what...we already bought the fireworks," the city's post said.
Liz Cheney Not Ruling Out 2024 Presidential Run
The Wyoming Republican said Sunday she will make the decision "down the road" based on what is "right for the country."
Newsom Targets DeSantis in Independence Day Ad: 'Freedom Is Under Attack'
"I urge all of you living in Florida to join the fight—or join us in California, where we still believe in freedom," the California governor said in his ad.
Liz Cheney Touts Jan. 6 Evidence, Says Trump Criminal Referrals Possible
Cheney said Sunday that the Department of Justice "doesn't have to wait for the committee to make a criminal referral" to decide to prosecute Trump.
Kinzinger Defends Hutchinson's Jan. 6 Testimony as Trump Continues Attack
As Trump continues to accuse Hutchinson of lying, the GOP lawmaker commended her "commitment to truth" on Sunday.
What Polls Say About Trump 2024 Run as Ex-President Considers Early Launch
Trump said Saturday that he is winning "by really big, record type, numbers," but polls show he and President Joe Biden would be set for a close race.
Trump Mulls Early 2024 Announcement As Biden's Popularity Slumps
Sources say that the prospect of an imminent announcement of a presidential run by Donald Trump mirrored what happened in 2016, with plans changing and no one knowing for sure what was happening.
Former GOP Governor: Jan. 6 Testimony Makes Trump Look 'Unhinged'
Tom Kean Sr. said that although he supported a lot of the things Donald Trump did as president, recent testimony about Trump, if accurate, was "very, very disturbing."
Most Americans, Across Party Lines, Say Government 'Corrupt, Rigged': Poll
While most Americans distrust the government, one side was more likely to be wary than the other. Both liberals and conservatives don't trust one another.
GOP Candidate Says 'Radical Left' Aims to Silence Him With Jan. 6 Arrest
One poll shows Michigan GOP gubernatorial candidate Ryan Kelley leading his rivals after being arrested by the FBI in connection to the January 6 Capitol riot.
Trump Beats Biden, DeSantis in 2024 Matchups Despite Jan. 6 Hearings: Poll
New survey data shows that just 39 percent of voters would back Biden in a hypothetical 2024 rematch against Trump, a figure that has decreased since May.
MTG Asks Why Kansas Cows Died After Saying Hot Earth Will Help Feed People
"Why did thousands of cattle all die in a heat wave?" Greene tweeted. "Usually just the old, sick, or weak die in stressful conditions, not the whole herd."
Liz Cheney's Wyoming GOP Opponents Are 'Armpit Farters': Adam Kinzinger
The Republican congressman described Cheney as "the only serious person" in a GOP midterm debate.
AOC Slams Lindsey Graham Over Filibuster Ousting: 'You Sound Insecure'
"I don't care how long you 'worked' to seize control of people's bodies," the Democrat tweeted to the senator. "That right belongs to individuals, not you."
Donald Trump Faces Pivotal Month as Multiple Investigations Ramp Up
Investigations into the former president and his business will also see significant developments over the next few weeks.
Neo-Nazi Publisher Voices Support for Trump-Backed Senate Candidate
Andrew Anglin, who founded the Neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer, recently gave a "forceful endorsement" of Blake Masters of Arizona.
Steve Bannon Floats 'Criminal Referral' for Cassidy Hutchinson
The former Trump administration official said Hutchinson's lawyer should be "disbarred."
Meghan McCain Mulling Run for Office—'This Fever of MAGA Has to Break'
"President Trump has to get re-elected—God forbid—again, or he has to just leave the national stage," McCain said of potential change in the GOP.
Liz Cheney and Trump-Backed Challenger Clash at Wyoming GOP Debate
The Republican congresswoman, who is on the January 6 panel, repeatedly urged Harriet Hageman to admit she backs the false claim the 2020 election was rigged.
Why Tony Ornato's Jan. 6 Testimony Could Be Key
Ornato, the 1/6 panel has heard, told a White House aide that Donald Trump was enraged at being blocked from going to the Capitol.
Meghan McCain: 'The View' Emmy Noms Stopped When I Left
"They're not getting the same kind of attention they did. They've yet to replace me, which is very strange," said McCain, who left the ABC show in 2021.
Joe Biden's Approval Rating Worse Than Trump's at This Stage of Presidency
The president's approval rating may be a bad sign for Democrats as they face difficult midterm elections this November.
Rudy Giuliani Selling Sandals Online Sparks Widespread Mockery
The former personal legal counsel for Donald Trump has been mocked on social media for his latest collaboration with MyPillow.
What Kind of President Do Republicans Want?
The Biden presidency is a disappointment to Americans. The list of problems is long and growing longer.
To Indict Trump or Run Against Him? That's Democrats' Toughest Question
A potential Department of Justice investigation of the former president could upend both parties' campaign strategies in crucial midterm elections.
Ron DeSantis Now Favorite for 2024 as Donald Trump Hurt by Jan. 6 Hearings
Trump's chances of returning to the White House have dramatically fallen since the damning testimony of Cassidy Hutchinson.
Texas Proposal Calling Slavery 'Involuntary Relocation' Reviled on Twitter
A group of Texas educators reportedly argued that "involuntary relocation" should be used instead of "slavery" in second grade classrooms.
Republican Senate Candidate Gets 9 Percent of Vote, Refuses to Concede
Bobby Piton told Newsweek that "flipped" votes explained his distant fourth-place finish in the GOP primary.
Trump Committed '20-Year Felony' With Jan. 6 Actions, Glenn Kirschner Says
The former federal prosecutor suggested there is enough evidence to prosecute Trump following testimony by a former White House aide to the January 6 committee.
'I Was a Secret Service Agent. I Wouldn't Have Taken Trump To The Capitol'
From my 14 years working in the Secret Service, I know that Presidents don't like to be told "no."