"The legacies of colonialism and slavery continue to permeate into contemporary forms of racial discrimination. An urgent and firm action is needed to address and eliminate racial discrimination," U.N. Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of racism E. Tendayi Achiume told Newsweek.
Rep. Johnson said of the Capitol riot: "And all of a sudden, it went from 50 to 60 to hundreds and thousands. And so we stayed locked in that office."
The president called Representative Jim Langevin "Paul" at an event celebrating the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The continued presence of Turkish troops in Afghanistan may ameliorate some of the risks in Kabul, but realistically it cannot offer a lasting remedy for Afghanistan's impending problems.
"Congratulations to the 26th Secretary of the @USAirForce, Mr. Frank Kendall," tweeted Air Force Chief of Staff General Charles Q. Brown. "Welcome to the world's greatest Air Force!"
"During the Russia hoax a lot of the criminal process occurred not as a result of any underlying violation of federal criminal law, but instead as a result of these process crimes," Gaetz said on Monday.
"The assailant pushed her in the back, stole her cell phone and jumped in a waiting car," says a message on the Twitter account of former Senator Barbara Boxer.
While the mission in Iraq will change, it's unclear how many members of the U.S. military will remain in the Middle East country.
I wanted to go to college. I wanted to be a nurse. But I couldn't afford it.
Protesters were focused on demands for liberty in Cuba, calling for the administration to support Cuban freedom through pressure from the Biden administration.
"The idea that these cowardly Republicans in the Senate voted for this tells you everything you need to know about the GOP," the Texas Senator tweeted.
"Republicans, don't let the Radical Left play you for weak fools and losers," former President Donald Trump wrote in a statement.
Recent reports show teaching anti-racism and other related issues to grade school children is an unpopular concept among independents and moderate Democrats.
"When we commit forces, how do we set the conditions to not just win the war, but to win the peace post-war?" former U.S. Army cultural advisor for Iraq Adam L. Silverman told Newsweek. "This has been a major issue in almost every major conflict we've found ourselves in."
The eight new nominees come amid a time when the Justice Department is continuing to round out its Leadership team under Attorney General Merrick Garland.
Senators are hoping to finalize the nearly $1 trillion bill as early as Monday afternoon. Lawmakers are looking to pass the bill before Congress' August recess.
The Florida representative's remarks follow proposed legislation to require that only elected members or delegates be eligible to serve as Speaker of the House.
The GOP leadership needs to reflect on how long it can go before it must posit substantive alternatives to the Democrats' radicalism.
About 20 of the former president's supporters and anti-vaccination proponents arrived as the first lady was addressing a school in Hawaii.
Attorney General Merrick Garland has pledged to address the surge in gun violence in Chicago, New York, Washington, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Democrats are hoping to include the immigration measure in their $3.5 trillion reconciliation package.
"Because of what they heard from politicians and TV 'experts,' many Americans were scared the vaccines were not safe," she wrote in an op-ed.
The owners of the home and the signs are now being represented by the ACLU.
"We tried to do this in an independent, national commission. The Republicans refused," said Democratic lawmaker David Cicilline.
At a rally last night in Phoenix, Trump told his supports that he "recommends" they take the vaccine, but that he "also believes in your freedoms 100 percent."
Just over six in 10 (63 percent) of Americans approve of the president's handling of the pandemic, an ABC News/Ipsos poll found.
The online petition for monthly direct payments of $2,000 has drawn more than 2,695,300 signatures.
Biden stumped for Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe in his first in-person candidate rally since he took office in January.
"$15 an hour is the floor," the Congressional Progressive Caucus tweeted Saturday, even as $7.25 has been in place since 2009.