The four-day GOP convention follows the Democratic National Convention last week, where Joe Biden formally accepted his party's nomination.
U.S. stock futures pointed to more gains at Tuesday's open after the Dow came within 1% of breaking even for the year.
U.S. stock futures pointed to more gains at Tuesday's open after a rally put the Dow within 1% of breaking even for the year.
The evening was filled with zealous, fiery endorsements of Trump that at times painted a near-apocalyptic portrait of what America would become under a Biden presidency.
The GOP convention comes days after former Vice President Biden formally accepted the Democratic nomination to take on Trump in November.
The four-night 2020 Republican National Convention starts Monday night, headlined by Sen. Tim Scott and former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley.
The House passed its police reform legislation a day after Democrats blocked a Senate Republican bill they called inadequate.
Dow futures jump Wednesday, one day after the Dow Industrials soared more than 500 points.
Dow futures jump Wednesday, one day after the Dow Industrials soared more than 500 points. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell testifies virtually to Capitol Hill again.
Scott is leading a group of GOP senators on police reform amid national protests over the killing of George Floyd and other black people by the police..
Leaders of the political network financed by billionaire industrialist Charles Koch called on their top donors to back them in a new initiative: Supporting Democratic lawmakers on issues the organization believe reflect their priorities.
The letter from Sens. Jack Reed, D-R.I., and Dick Durbin, D-Ill., to Defense Secretary James Mattis comes on the heels of reports that Trump floated the idea of using military funds to build the border wall.
Alabama Republican Roy Moore says a lawsuit will be filed over the newspaper report carrying allegations that he had sexual contact with a 14-year-old girl four decades ago.
But the Senate's only black Republican says Americans should also ask themselves why the players are kneeling.
Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) provides insight to the Republican's push to overhaul the tax code.
Twenty-four of the 33 charges fall under federal hate crimes statutes — 18 of those carry the death penalty, NBC News reports.