A broader and simpler tax structure would be fairer to taxpayers, provide a more predictable revenue stream for government, and make Louisiana's economy more competitive with the rest of the nation, according to the Resilient Louisiana commission.
As President Trump's legal options for contesting the presidential race dwindle, Republicans are hopeful he can be persuaded to put the 2020 election in the past and focus on his political future.
Two Florida Republicans set to arrive on Capitol Hill in January already have a goal in mind: start a rival group to counter the "Squad" of liberal freshman lawmakers who took Washington, D.C., by storm two years ago.
President Trump should stay far away from Georgia's Senate runoff elections, according to one top ally and campaign adviser.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein will not seek the chairmanship or the ranking member position on the Senate Judiciary Committee in the new legislative session that begins next year.
AstraZeneca, along with the University of Oxford, is the third major drugmaker in as many weeks to announce results showing high effectiveness for a vaccine candidate, buoying optimism that an end to the pandemic is near.
Fifteen men accused of being members of the Philadelphia mob have been indicted on federal racketeering and related charges, according to the Justice Department.
Janet Yellen, President-elect Joe Biden's intended nominee for Treasury secretary, has warned repeatedly in the past decade that the United States is taking on too much debt and is therefore on an "unsustainable" financial path.
The Illinois Department of Public Health quietly removed thousands of available hospital beds from their data showing how much capacity Illinois' medical centers have.