A controversial billboard is causing a commotion in Calvert County.
On Sunday, President Joe Biden marked 10 years since Osama bin Laden was killed by U.S. Special Forces by releasing a statement, reflecting on one of the biggest accomplishments of the Obama administration.
Susan Page, the Washington Bureau Chief of USA Today, joins the show to discuss her new book: "Madam Speaker."
Dr. Jay Schnitzer of MITRE Corp. joins the show to discuss the CDC's new mask guidelines and the latest developments in the pandemic.
Brian Kelly of US News & World Report and Ayesha Rascoe of National Public Radio join the show to discuss Pres. Biden's first congressional address, and the other top political headlines of the week.
West Virginia's governor signed a bill Wednesday that bans transgender athletes from competing in female sports in middle and high schools and colleges.
President Joe Biden is set to give his first address to a joint session of Congress on Wednesday evening. Here's what he's expected to cover.
Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina delivered Republicans’ rebuttal to President Joe Biden’s first joint address to Congress Wednesday night, taking aim at COVID-19 restrictions while praising the GOP and Donald Trump’s previous efforts to restore the U.S. economy.
Vice President Kamala Harris and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made history as the first two women to share the stage in Congress during a presidential address.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal to expand gun rights in the United States in a New York case over the right to carry a firearm in public for self-defense.
President Biden has formally recognized the mass killing of Armenians during World War I as genocide, the first president to ever do so. The recognition, though, is likely to further complicate an already tense relationship with Turkey - and here’s why.
The Senate passed the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act Thursday, a bill that aims to end violence specifically targeted at Asian communities in the United States.
Salma Hasan Ali joins the show to discuss her new book, as well as philanthropist Ami Aronson, a Jewish woman who has enjoyed the book and the universal meaning behind the month of Ramadan.
Economist Nick Bunker joins the show to discuss the new encouraging economy numbers, including rising consumer spending and the lowest weekly unemployment claims since the start of the pandemic.
Retired Army Major Mike Lyons joins the show to discuss Pres. Biden's plan to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11, his hardball with Russian President Vladimir Putin and how his recent meeting with Japan's prime minister might affect relations with China.
Dr. Jeffrey Gold of the Univ. of Nebraska Medical Center joins the show to discuss the pause in Johnson & Johnson vaccines and other new developments during the pandemic.
The Treasury Department says Konstantin Kilimnik, a Russian and Ukrainian political consultant, shared sensitive information from Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign with Russian intelligence services.
The White House says President Joe Biden is expected to increase the refugee cap for the remainder of this fiscal year by May 15.
The White House is announcing the expulsion of 10 Russian diplomats and announcing a new round of sanctions against Russia.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is making an unannounced visit to Afghanistan to sell Afghan leaders and a wary public on President Joe Biden’s decision to withdraw all American troops from the country.