The Republican senator has been heavily criticized for boarding a flight out of Texas, as his constituents remain without power and water following a devastating storm.
"This is a very ripe time and I think what both mine and Cynthia Nixon's campaigns showed is he's remarkably vulnerable for a sitting governor and now he has done this grotesque double failure of his constituents," Teachout told Newsweek.
Along with distributing basic income, the "People's Bank of New York City" will help entrepreneurs get startup capital and expand bank account access.
Asked if Rush Limbaugh "made a difference" to him, the former president told Fox News' 'Outnumbered': "I think he did."
Limbaugh announced he had Stage IV lung cancer last year and in October, told listeners of his radio show that his cancer was going in the "wrong direction."
The censure, according to Whatley, wasn't a referendum on Burr as a senator but a formal disagreement over his vote to convict former President Donald Trump.
Even if Trump didn't claim the election was stolen or address a rally crowd on January 6, a majority of Republicans think the riot still would have happened, a poll says.
To answer questions as to how a riot was able to transpire in the heart of the nation's government, House Republicans are looking to Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who is looking to an independent commission.
Trump's supporters got a glimpse of the former president at a rally for "America's greatest president" near his Mar-a-Lago resort in West Palm Beach, Florida. Trump, his wife Melania and son Barron have been living there since he departed the White House on January 20.
South Carolina's 7th Congressional District has only ever known Tom Rice as its representative, but his vote to impeach former President Donald Trump could present a primary challenge.
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport closed the airport on Monday and won't reopen until Tuesday.
Donald Trump Jr. criticized the "shortage" of conservatives who were willing to "say what everyone in the conservative movement feels and believes."
A censure effort that could block Trump from holding federal office again may depend on how the Senate votes in his trial.
Donald Trump's first trial was "much fairer" than his second because senators weren't victims, the chief justice was presiding, and Republicans weren't sanctioned for breaking with the party, Alan Dershowitz said.
Representative Tom Reed called for Melissa DeRosa's arrest over a "pause" on COVID-19 reporting, calling her a "criminal actor."
Miles Taylor, a former DHS official, told Newsweek the consensus on a call between himself and over a hundred other members of the GOP was that, at minimum, there needs to be a movement that brings people back to "real Republicans" and away from the cult personality of Trump.
Michael Strain, director of economic policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute, also criticized increased unemployment benefits for "delaying" the recovery.
Militia members had been planning for a possible insurrection since the election to make sure members were "fighting fit" by President Joe Biden's inauguration, according to federal prosecutors.
Senator Lindsey Graham spoke to Trump on Tuesday night and reminded him that 44 senators voted to dismiss the case.
Democrats played a 13-minute video montage of the riot, which could set rioters' attorneys up for a tough jury selection and a difficult defense.
Andrew Lelling, who led the college admissions scandal prosecution, will step down at the end of February.
Republicans pushed for lowering the income threshold for the third round of stimulus checks but Democrats are moving forward with a plan that looks a lot like the first two rounds.
The Michigan Senate majority leader called the Capitol riot a "hoax from day one" and added that "it was all staged."
Bruce Castor, Trump's attorney, argued on the Senate floor that Democrats feared voters could once again want a change in 2024 and "go back to Donald Trump."
Brian Kalt, a law professor at Michigan State, said Trump's attorneys misrepresented his findings, which favor impeaching officials after they've left office.
Saying a person incited you to commit a crime isn't a defense, but putting the responsibility on the former president could hang a jury, resulting in a mistrial.
Mutations make it more vital than ever that people get vaccinated against COVID-19, but without a widespread global vaccination effort, the threat of a mutation escaping vaccines still exists.
Former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial will focus on whether he incited an insurrection, a charge that in a criminal court falls short of treason, the highest crime in the United States, and is easier to prove.
Bruce Castor, one of Trump's attorneys, argued impeachment isn't meant to be a "punishment."
A conviction is unlikely, but polls show Democrats heavily support barring Trump from future office.