Yang announced his candidacy for New York City mayor on Wednesday and has plans to launch the "largest basic income program" in the country.
Seefried was identified as the man photographed holding a Confederate flag in front of a portrait of Charles Sumner, an abolitionist senator from Massachusetts, outside the Senate chamber.
Nearly a year into the pandemic, the world still doesn't know where the new coronavirus originated from and experts are warning we may never have a full picture of how the pandemic began.
The House of Representatives impeached Trump on Wednesday and unlike in 2019, when no Republicans voted in favor of impeachment, this time around members of the president's own party joined the effort.
Representative Louie Gohmert defended President Donald Trump against the impeachment effort, saying if his rhetoric warranted impeachment, so did Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Trump's "incitement of insurrection" before the Capitol riot "clearly constitutes criminal activity."
Louis Capriotti, a 45-year-old man from Chicago, made the alleged threats in a voicemail to a representative from New Jersey.
U.S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick died on Thursday at the hospital after "physically engaging" with rioters.
Brandon Fellows plans to return to Washington, D.C., to protest Biden's inauguration and called the Capitol riot a bigger "movement" than the one Trump started.
In November and December, firearm background checks were about 40 percent higher than they were in 2019.
Passing the measure by unanimous consent failed on Monday, meaning Democrats will have to bring it to the floor for a vote.
Democrats in the House of Representatives accused Trump of engaging in high crimes and misdemeanors when he encouraged "lawless action" at the Capitol on Wednesday.
Barnett was among the many protesters who entered the U.S. Capitol as House and Senate lawmakers met to certify Joe Biden's election.
One of the most widely recognizable faces from the Capitol riot called it a "win" because legislators were hunkered down in their offices and wearing gas masks.
The president said the millions of people who voted for him will have a "giant voice long into the future," hours after Twitter lifted the ban on his account.
Senator Lindsey Graham, one of the president's staunchest allies, said it "broke" his heart that Trump allowed "domestic terrorists" to take over the Capitol yesterday, calling it a "major part of his presidency."
Democrats will take control of the Senate later this month and Schumer is giving Sergeant at Arms Michael Stenger until then to resign.
Hawley condemned the violence that occurred but said Congress needed to address concerns Americans had nationwide about the validity of the election.
Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary-General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), called for the democratic process to be respected.
The protesters donned pro-Trump gear as they entered the building, earning condemnation from the president's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell criticized the Republicans trying to overturn the election results, saying it would send the U.S. democracy into a "death spiral."
Vice President Mike Pence said he would allow objections to be heard but wouldn't unilaterally "accept or reject" Electoral College votes.
Jacob Blake, a 29-year-old Black man, was shot multiple times in the back in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in August.
On Monday, Biden and Trump both hosted rallies in Georgia and referenced the $2,000 stimulus checks that are on the line during their plea to voters.
Raffensperger said it may be a "conflict of interest" for him to spearhead a criminal probe into Trump since both he and the "chief investigator" spoke with the president.
Moncef Slaoui, the chief adviser to Operation Warp Speed, called the 20 million goal "ambitious" and encouraged states to make specific requests for vaccination distribution.
Senators Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley, two Republicans the Lincoln Project ad targeted, expressed their objections to the results of the Electoral College.
McConnell isn't the only legislator to have his home targeted. On Friday, police responded to a report on Nancy Pelosi's home being vandalized.
The attorney said Pence should be arrested for treason, claiming he would confess to the "theft of the election" if he faced a firing squad.