"The last thing they need to be worried about is keeping a roof over the heads," Senator Raphael Warnock told Newsweek. "Sadly that's the case for too many."
"It's time to usher in a new era of climate action—one that prioritizes our planet and our people," Congressman Ro Khanna, who voted "yes," told Newsweek.
The suspension dealt a fresh blow to Olivet, a beleaguered Bible college which has been ordered to shut down its New York state operations.
"To suggest that this was some sort of illegal raid by the FBI is not only ridiculous but dangerous, especially after what happened on Jan 6th."
"Getting new forms of energy, feeding the grid, will ultimately reduce the price of electricity." Sen. Mark Kelly of Arizona told Newsweek.
Republican Senators Grassley, Hawley and Graham criticized Chuck Schumer for breaking his promise to hold a tech bill vote by "early summer."
"What is really needed is higher progressive taxation, including a wealth tax," Congressman Ro Khanna told Newsweek.
The multiple investigations that resulted from the 2018 call for help are complicating the Christian university's efforts to stay in business.
"It doesn't make sense that we should rely on folks like China and others for our own national security interests," Republican Senator Joni Ernst told Newsweek.
The suit escalates a shareholder dispute fueled by the magazine's reporting on a federal criminal probe into Jang's Olivet sect.
"This case is about the rightful ownership of the famed Newsweek brand," says the suit, which asks a New York court to cancel a 2018 deal.
The case against JianGang "Frank" Lan could be significant for ongoing investigations into potential illegal activity by David Jang's Olivet network.
"There is enough thorium in the United States alone to power the country at its current energy level for over 1,000 years," expert says.
Retried Lieutenant General Russel Honoré shared his reaction to the January 6 hearings with Newsweek, saying Donald Trump should face criminal charges.
Congressman Tony Gonzales, who was raised outside Uvalde, told Newsweek that in his district people "grow up with guns," saying they're a "part of our culture."
"If we don't have competition in the digital marketplace, we run the risk of damaging our economy .... but also our national security," Rep. Cicilline said.
"One of the biggest challenges we have in the future is protecting the nation from a cyberattack and being able to win a cyberwar," Gillibrand told Newsweek.
"The last time we spent 3% below [less than 3% of the GDP] was in 1940, 1998, 1999, and 2000," Graham told the U.S. Secretary of the Navy.
"I think anytime the president is rambling and incoherent, it endangers America and endangers our allies," Cruz told Newsweek.
"With all due respect Madame Secretary, that's utter nonsense," Hawley said in response to Granholm pinning gas prices on Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine.
"We're expecting the number of migrants to go up more than double, and [CBP] and [DHS] are not prepared to deal with those kinds of numbers," Kelly said.
"Democratic presidents are always in a bind ... On the one hand they have to be visionary, but on the other hand they can't be seen to be weak."
Russian state media pointed to tweets from Rep. Jason Crow as "confirmation that the United States is at war in Ukraine."
"I think it's important that folks listen to folks that have to deal with this every day," Democratic Senator Mark Kelly told Newsweek.
"Unless the president invokes the Defense Production Act ... we will run out of these key arms," Senator Richard Blumenthal said.
"We undoubtedly have 20th-century contracting rules and regulations in a 21st-century world," Congressman Jason Crow told Newsweek.
Russia's "filtration camps" for Ukrainians and China's "education centers" for Uyghurs benefit from active disinformation campaigns from both countries.
"We want to make sure that we lead in technology, not China," Democratic Congressman Ro Khanna of California told Newsweek.
"If there was a conflict in the Pacific, we simply do not have the American vessels necessary to sustain the fight," Congressman John Garamendi told Newsweek.
"Have the words 'win' and 'victory' been purged from the administration's vocabulary when it comes to Ukraine?" Senator Tom Cotton asked.