Top Democrats Interested In Bipartisan Meeting Without Trump
Democratic leaders backed out of a planned White House meeting over one of the president's tweets.LEARN MORE
Trump appointed Mick Mulvaney to lead the agency shortly after the outgoing director appointed his own successor.
A district judge has ruled in favor of the Trump administration in a legal battle over who will lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
President Donald Trump appointed Mick Mulvaney to the post. But that was after the director stepped down and named Leandra English as deputy director.
English filed suit against Trump and Mulvaney, arguing she was the rightful leader.
Her lawsuit argued the Dodd-Frank Act, which created the CFPB, states the agency's deputy director shall "serve as the acting Director in the absence or unavailability of the Director."
On Tuesday, the judge denied English's request for a temporary restraining order against Mulvaney's appointment.
The housing market remains plagued by low inventory and high interest rates, causing sales to drop to historically low levels.
The two governors from different sides of the country were expected to see the public debate as a way to boost their messaging and political careers.
Hawaii Gov. Josh Green speaks with Scripps News about efforts to rebuild a community devastated by wildfire.
Pfizer said its vaccine was 95% effective following its Phase 3 trial, but Texas' attorney general said the data was too premature.
A statement from the Supreme Court says O'Connor was suffering from "advanced dementia, probably Alzheimer's, and a respiratory illness."
More than 130 world leaders are set to address the COP28 conference in Dubai that seeks to combat human-caused climate change.