The former Trump administration official said Hutchinson's lawyer should be "disbarred."
"President Trump has to get re-elected—God forbid—again, or he has to just leave the national stage," McCain said of potential change in the GOP.
The Republican congresswoman, who is on the January 6 panel, repeatedly urged Harriet Hageman to admit she backs the false claim the 2020 election was rigged.
Russian officials have so far publicly denied that Moscow is having difficulties sustaining Vladimir Putin's war effort.
A scene from the Disney+ animation "Baymax!" features a person wearing a trans flag buying period pads, sparking both outrage and praise online.
The president's approval rating may be a bad sign for Democrats as they face difficult midterm elections this November.
Last July, President Joe Biden made a series of inaccurate predictions on the pandemic, the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and rising inflation.
The Legislature and Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham approved rounds of rebates and economic relief this year.
A potential Department of Justice investigation of the former president could upend both parties' campaign strategies in crucial midterm elections.
The Brennan Center for Justice warned that the Supreme Court's decision in Moore v. Harper could "enable partisan interference in ballot counting."
Joe Biden remarked on Thursday that Americans must continue to have high gas prices for "as long it takes" to prevent Russia winning the conflict with Ukraine.
"Today is a day for bold, decisive action," the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, one of the protest's organizers, captioned a video of the demonstration.
The former federal prosecutor suggested there is enough evidence to prosecute Trump following testimony by a former White House aide to the January 6 committee.
"I cannot think of many things more frightening," Justice Elena Kagan wrote in a dissenting opinion to a ruling that restricts the EPA's regulatory power.
An economist who worked for former President Ronald Reagan said "there's no end in sight" for the war in Ukraine.
President Biden is now intent on codifying Roe v. Wade after the Supreme Court's ruling, but Senator Kyrsten Sinema remains against filibuster reform.
As Joe Biden demands refineries ramp up production to cut gas prices, experts say the wrong steps now could push the U.S. even further from its emission goals.
Some intelligence experts say the Kremlin will seek to weaken President Biden—who they feel rallied allies behind Ukraine—by working to defeat Democrats.
The president has voiced support for exceptions or changes to filibuster rules in order for voting rights legislation to progress in the Senate.
"He must be impeached. We cannot wait another second having him dictate our path," Voight said of President Biden in a video shared on Twitter.
"Maybe now is the time to go 'into the streets' to stop this insane President," the Republican lawmaker tweeted.
New polling suggests Democrats are better positioned to maintain control of Congress following the Supreme Court's controversial decision on abortion rights.