Two separate U.S. Senate votes are required for President Donald Trump to be constitutionally prohibited from running again in 2024.
Walmart's move to suspend donations to those 147 Republicans follows similar announcements made Monday by other large companies.
A federal judge on Tuesday ordered a stay of execution for the final two death row inmates who were scheduled to die under the Trump administration.
Organizers mistakenly called for an armed rally at an Alaska shopping center—and not at a similarly named courthouse nearly 600 miles away.
Mostofsky, who is the son of a Brooklyn Supreme Court judge, was arrested by the FBI's New York office Monday in connection with last Wednesday's U.S. Capitol riot.
The California congressman demanded a racketeering investigation into Google, Apple and Amazon for their decision to ban Parler from their app stores.
"There are some things in some areas that I know we can work together," Representative Jeff Van Drew explained. "The way to do that is not to call for another impeachment."
The former White House chief of staff said Trump has "not been the same" since he lost the November presidential election.
"We'll put this plane down in the middle of Kansas and dump people off. I don't care," a Phoenix-bound American Airlines pilot told the unruly Trump backers.
The poll revealed that only a small minority of Americans overall, 12 percent, said they support the people who took part in the Capitol assault.
Graham was berated by Trump supporters Friday at Reagan National Airport who called him a "traitor" for his failure to audit and overturn the November election results.
"It is my fervent hope that the rioters whose actions directly contributed to his death are quickly identified and brought to justice," Murphy said in a statement Friday.
In Atlanta and Lansing, Michigan, heavily armed Trump supporters swarmed outside of state government buildings in protest of the president's November election loss to President-elect Joe Biden.
Giuliani called several state GOP lawmakers "liars and cowards" for not supporting Trump's legal effort to overturn President-elect Joe Biden's victory.
"There is a reality that it could be Donald Trump who gets inaugurated on January 20. We still have to wait and see what happens, Lara Trump told Fox Business Tuesday.
Cotton warned that Dems may deny future GOP president-elects who don't win the popular vote from taking office if Senate Republicans undermine the process during Wednesday's joint session vote.
Farah warned against any hopes Trump will just "go off into the sunset" in the next four years now that it finally "looks like he didn't win."
Both races are well within the margin of error as dueling campaign rallies from Joe Biden and Donald Trump are set to occur Monday in Georgia.
Tens of thousands of such businesses were among the last to receive Paycheck Protection Program loans, if they received them at all, according to an AP analysis.
Jake Tapper said the "sedition caucus" of Republicans should remember Ulysses Grant's words ahead of the Civil War, that the parties are now only divided among "traitors and patriots."
Regardless of whether Perdue wins or loses his runoff on Tuesday, he cannot vote in the Electoral College count session in which at least 11 Republican senators said they would oppose Biden's victory.
Trump has now tied in Brad Raffensperger's brother and Stacey Abrams' sister, a federal judge, into his conspiratorial claims of Georgia voter fraud.
"Turns out supporting a $2000 survival check is not only good policy but good politics," Minnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar remarked.
Accusations of misogyny over debate of Yellen's reported Wall Street speaking fees are just a primer for mainstream media to soon "go easy" on the incoming Biden administration, right-leaning critics claimed.
Early voter turnout favored Black and traditionally Democratic areas, but Election Day numbers historically back the Senate Republicans.
The Republican-controlled Senate joined the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives in rebuking the White House with the first veto override vote of Donald Trump's tenure as commander-in-chief, 81-13, on New Year's Day.
"We could face a dark period of history as God turns His back on our nation because of its sins & our politicians embracing, & even flaunting, sin," Graham declared New Year's Day.
Just hours after blocking Senate Democrats' efforts to vote on a House bill for $2,000 direct payments, McConnell released his own surprise legislation which includes repealing Section 230 and funding for a commission on election fraud.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has consistently opposed direct checks to individuals, saying it creates a disincentive for people to get back to work.
The WSJ board ridiculed $2,000 direct payments, saying it "won't benefit the economy since recipients aren't going to change their behavior knowing it's merely a one-time check."