Two years ago today, Robert Mueller gave his testimony to Congress. Much has changed in that time, especially for former President Donald Trump.
Representative Ilhan Omar, a Minnesota Democrat, is pushing back on Democratic President Joe Biden administration's decision to airstrike in Somalia.
The infectious diseases expert said that it was "completely nonsense" to claim he had lied under oath.
The Democrat said she would be "embarrassed" if she made comments showing she hadn't read bills she was discussing.
"At every opportunity, the Minority Leader has attempted to prevent the American people from understanding what happened," Rep. Cheney said.
"The leader's statements on debt ceiling are shameless, cynical and totally political," said Senate Majority Leader Check Schumer.
"This panel has lost all legitimacy and credibility," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy told reporters during a quickly called press conference at the Capitol.
It is obvious to the American people: frontline workers who put themselves in harm's way to keep our country running deserve a seat at the bargaining table.
Progressive Democratic lawmakers have been urging congressional colleagues to support recurring monthly payments since last spring.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the ruling "brazenly flouts the law & precedent, as it casts a cloud of fear & uncertainty."
U.S. adults also had relatively low levels of confidence in the presidency and the Supreme Court.
"This framework would be the largest long-term investment in our nation's infrastructure and competitiveness in nearly a century," the group's letter said.
The Florida congressman said his elderly constituents are "particularly vulnerable" to conservatorship and guardianship abuse.
A separate video showed an officer being dragged head first into the crowd.
The Mississippi congressman said that if any witnesses resist, he would use the panel's subpoena authority "to the fullest extent of the law."
Congress needs to take the reins away from courts and Big Tech and establish true internet freedom.
The Democratic congresswoman said in a statement that she's been "humbled and honored by the outpouring of support from across Florida and around the nation."
During his presidential campaign, Biden proposed a tax credit of up to $15,000 to help American families buy their first homes.
"We don't need a social media celebrity or a cable news spectacle representing us in Washington," Davis said in a statement.
"The work of Congress is not a joke or reality show. Our women have fought too hard for too long to be respected and taken seriously," the PAC's director said.
Stephanie Bonin created the petition to call on Congress to support adults with monthly payments through the end of the COVID-19 pandemic.
"Thank the Lord, 18 more months of chaos and the inability to get stuff done," Rep. Chip Roy (R-Texas) said. "That's what we want."
"It'll be surreal to one day take my kids to the Smithsonian and show them the blue suit behind glass," Rep. Kim said Tuesday.
Stephanie Bonin, the creator of the petition, is confident the petition will hit 3 million signatures, in part because the future is still uncertain.
"We still can't rule out that 2-to-6 percent we can't explain, maybe even otherworldly," the Indiana congressman said of the Pentagon UFO report.
The six petitions have received more than 2,838,000 signatures collectively and continued to gain momentum on Saturday.
Lobbyist pushed senators to remove or weaken climate-change measures in President Biden's proposed legislation. The company's CEO has issued an apology.