The Utah lawmakers said the move was a "serious mistake" that would hurt the economy.
The New York representative said the Republicans should be chucked out of the Senate if they failed to resign.
The Golden State's vaccine roll out has been sluggish, putting the state near the bottom of the league table.
The president's decision to revoke the Keystone XL pipeline permit could cost America thousands of jobs.
Almost three quarters of Republican voters said the president's inaugural address was good.
The Squad of left-leaning Democratic lawmakers is calling for "real substantial change" under the new administration.
There could be more than 200 miles of federally-funded border wall under construction, or in pre-construction.
The Vermont senator said Democrats would not spend "months and years" negotiating with the GOP on urgent issues.
The vice president-elect said she hoped "common ground" would be found in the Senate to do the work of the American people.
The El Paso Times became the latest newspaper to call for the Republican's ouster from the upper chamber.
The president-elect plans to reverse the so-called "Muslim ban" and the exit from the Paris Climate Accords.
Slightly more than 1.3 million people in California had received a COVID-19 vaccine by Saturday.
The vice president told the troops to have a "safe inauguration" and thanked them for their service.
One Republican lawmaker complained that an increase to the minimum wage would hurt small businesses.
The New York representative poured cold water on Biden's proposed $1,400 boost to current checks.
The president-elect is expected to offer $2,000 direct stimulus payments in his relief proposals.
The newspaper said: "America will be better when he leaves office. Kansas will be much better if he decides to stay away from his adopted home state forever."
The Wyoming congresswoman faces a petition calling for her ouster after she voted to impeach Trump.
The act was last invoked during the Rodney King riots in Los Angeles in 1992. George H.W. Bush issued a proclamation on May 1, 1992.
Trump's attorney Sekulow said that a second impeachment would be a "gigantic mistake" from the Democrats.
Chad Sweet called for his former ally to be "denounced" for his objection to the electoral college results.
If the Senate votes to convict the president, they could block him from office in a later vote on penalties.
The Democratic governor plans to send $600 checks to millions of low-income households in California.
Gov. Kemp led his former Democratic gubernatorial rival by 4 percentage points last week.
Federal prosecutor Michael Sherwin said "all actors" involved in the events at the U.S. Capitol were being investigated.
U.S. Capitol Police said the officer died on Thursday night from injuries sustained during the Capitol riots.
A survey found that most voters opposed the Capitol riots and blamed Donald Trump for the violent demonstration.
Congressman Adam Kinzinger said some of his party had "failed to rise" to the moment.
Two lawmakers reportedly came close to a scuffle amid a debate over Republican objections to the election results.
Georgia's Republican secretary of state said he would "probably" always support GOP candidates.