"I hope that none of the Republicans abuse executive privilege. This is about having a private citizen answer for their role on January 6," said Rep. Ro Khanna.
The fictional Muppet character's seemingly harmless pro-vaccination tweet quickly sparked a culture war on social media,
"We have the tools right now to protect that environment. I don't think there's any reason why people can get together for the holidays," the former FDA commissioner said.
Two investigations are still ongoing, and police have not yet linked any of the threats.
Greene also faced criticism from fellow Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger for her remarks describing the bill's passage as a "communist takeover."
Democratic divisions over Biden's agenda did no favors for Terry McAuliffe in a state where Democrats have typically won elections by campaigning on pragmatism and an ability to deliver results.
"You vote one way, maybe it hurts in the primary. You vote the other way... in my district, it'd hurt me in the general," Bacon said.
"My name is John Curtis. I'm a Republican. And I'm at COP. How cool is that, right?" said the Republican congressman of Utah.
The 13 House Republicans who crossed party lines to help Democrats pass the bipartisan bill faced swift backlash from hard-right members of their party.
"Can I stop him? I have no idea. But I believe as a citizen of this country who loves this country and respects the Constitution, that's my responsibility," said Rep. Anthony Gonzalez.
The seven petitions have collectively drawn over 3,913,400 signatures and continued to receive new support over the weekend.
Former NFL star Herschel Walker, who Trump endorsed last month in the Georgia Senate race, joined the former president and first lady at the event.
Mayor Jim Kenney, a Democrat, reportedly signed two landmark bills into law Wednesday that ban traffic stops that promote discrimination.
Under the new agreement, the EU will be able to send a limited volume of steel and aluminum to the U.S. duty free.
Democratic leaders are aiming to have a final version of the now-$1.75 trillion spending bill by Sunday, said two Democrats.
The petition hit peaks of over 100,000 new supporters a week during the summer COVID-19 surge.
"The only ones locked up were men like me, and others like me, that have stood by the president the strongest," said Couy Griffin.
MBS bragged that he could kill King Abdullah in a meeting with with Mohammed bin Nayef in 2014, according to exiled former Saudi Arabia official Saad Aljabri.
"I think we're pretty much there now," said the California Democrat.
The Fox New anchor announced his breakthrough COVID-19 case on Tuesday.
"Nobody's off-limits. We will be on an ongoing basis issuing subpoenas to various individuals around the country," said the chairman of the House select committee investigating the Capitol riot.
Sanders' remarks came after Biden called the inclusion of Medicare expansion in the spending bill a "reach" earlier this week.
Neither Biden or Trump have officially announced a bid for 2024. However, Trump has repeatedly teased a return to the White House and 2024 campaign since leaving office.
"You have to ask yourself, why is it Republicans don't want you to vote?" the former Democratic president told a crowd of about 2,000 people in Richmond.
The Republican congresswoman drew backlash from figures on both ends of the political aisle after she sent a snide remark to Baldwin following the fatal shooting on the set of the film 'Rust.'
Six ongoing stimulus petitions have collectively drawn over 3,501,333 signatures and continued to receive support this weekend.
As he walked out of hospital alongside his wife, Clinton gave a thumbs up to reporters as he greeted medical workers.
Democrats are gearing up for a year-end sprint to unify their fractured caucus behind a spending bill that's crucial to President Joe Biden's agenda.
The Democratic-majority committee will vote Tuesday to recommend charges against Bannon.
Aimed at protecting the right to vote, the House passed H.R.4. amid a wave of new laws in Republican-controlled states to restrict voting.