Sean Neumann

Sean Neumann is a journalist from Chicago, Ill.

"It was just time for good news," Clinton Street Theater owner Lani Jo Leigh tells PEOPLE, after the most trying period in the venue's 107-year history
Chris Hansen failed to appear in court on Thursday, where he was supposed to provide documents as part of a sting operation he aided authorities with last year
Barack Obama told Dax Shepard on the latest episode of his podcast that his younger daughter and Joe Biden's granddaughter are still close friends after going to grade school together
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy told reporters he thought it was shocking Cheney would accept the invite
The former president told actor Dax Shepard on his podcast that Sasha and Malia "know that I'm all bark and no real bite"
The former president shared his hot take after his daughter and Today co-host Jenna Bush Hager cold-called him for a grammar lesson
Donald Trump faces a growing list of legal issues since he left office in January
The first lady and second gentleman toured Texas on Tuesday to encourage people to get vaccinated against COVID-19
"These courageous women and men take an incredible risk of running toward the fire, and they deserve to be paid and paid good wages," President Biden said Wednesday
"Hate, racism, & bigotry have no place here," said Rep. Steny Hoyer, who introduced the bill
State Rep. Eddie Mannis said he's hoping to "change the conversation" within the Republican Party
"Tayshia obtained a PPP Loan that enabled her to hire an employee," a spokesperson says — as the news stirred debate and criticism online
"The president is not planning to attend the games. He will certainly be rooting for the athletes," White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters on Monday
"At this point, y'all are obsessed with me," Berry, a hammer thrower, tweeted in response to Republican Rep. Dan Crenshaw's criticism on Monday
"There is a side to this person that people don't know," Texas painter Sedrick Huckaby says about former President Bush
"13-year-old Pete came out alright," Buttigieg, the first openly gay presidential candidate and openly gay cabinet member, says in a new interview
Six of Gosar's nine siblings have long pushed back against their brother's controversial politics
A pair of new books share firsthand accounts of Donald Trump's biggest blow ups
Collin Wiant died of asphyxiation in 2018 during an off-campus fraternity gathering
"If he's gonna tie them together, he can forget it!" the South Carolina senator said of the White House's plan on passing two major spending bills. "I'm not doing that. That's extortion!"
In a new speech, Pence called Jan. 6 "a dark day in the history of the United States Capitol" and lamented "there are those in our party who believe" he could have blocked the election results
With her exit from office, Connecticut state Sen. Alex Kasser is spotlighting a messy split from husband Seth Bergstein, a prominent banking executive
Giuliani's lawyers said in a statement that they were "disappointed" in the court's decision and that their client wasn't "afforded a hearing on the issues that are alleged"
The vice president's trip comes after she traveled to meet with leaders in Guatemala and Mexico earlier this month to address the root causes of migration
Obama still has Natoma Canfield's letter framed on the wall of his personal library