Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger earlier called on his GOP colleagues to expel members of the caucus, as well as stripping them of their committee duties.
The VA supervisor allegedly asked the woman's relationship status and offered to drive her home. When she refused, he brought up his PTSD issues and told her about the guns at his home.
Thursday's hearing provided five key points that can help chart a path forward for those hoping to hold big tech accountable.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg shifted blame away from Facebook, where some Capitol rioters communicated about their plans, to former President Donald Trump.
Higher turnout only strengthens democratic accountability if it is the product of an engaged and informed electorate. Absent that, pushing for higher turnout is merely a mechanism for elite control.
A new report from the House Coronavirus Oversight Committee found that only $626 million fraudulent loans issued by the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) have been seized or forfeited.
The House committee on ways and means says almost 30 million Americans have been affected by the hold-up.
"This is not and should not be a partisan issue—it is an American issue," President Joe Biden said Tuesday.
Democrats Troy Carter and Karen Carter Peterson have advanced to an April runoff election to represent Louisiana's 2nd congressional district.
At a House hearing, the congresswoman told the homeland security secretary about a classmate kidnapped by an immigrant who was in the country illegally.
Representative Matt Gaetz of Florida, one of 12 House Republicans to vote against the resolution, said, "it's just offensive that we literally log-rolled recognition of the Capitol Police."
Kirkpatrick was first elected to Congress in 2008 and ran unsuccessfully for the Senate against John McCain.
Gohmert and Clyde were the first two congressional members to receive fines for bypassing the security screening checkpoint set up outside the House in the wake of the January 6 Capitol riot.
Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene doesn't plan on being a career politician and she told Steve Bannon she gave up an "awesome life" to join Congress.
Among the provisions in the $1.9 trillion package is a third round of stimulus checks, an extension of unemployment benefits, and tax-free student loan forgiveness.
Greene, a Georgia Republican, tried to stall the House's final vote on President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package by forcing a motion to adjourn.
Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) called on his Republican colleagues to work with Democrats "on behalf of the American worker."
House Bill 122 was approved by an 11-2 vote in the House State Affairs Committee despite attracting strong opposition from law enforcement.
"I think what you're seeing with a lot of the shenanigans on the floor is because so many members have so much time on their hands," said GOP Representative Rodney Davis of Illinois.
Eligible Americans could receive the $1,400 checks within a few weeks of the stimulus bill's final passage.
House progressives have indicated that they may withhold their votes for the sprawling bill to leverage the party into fighting harder for the $15 minimum wage.
The California congressman called on Republicans to tell members of the party that President Joe Biden won the election "fair and square."
Georgian Democrat Sgt. Marcus Flowers is hoping to unseat the congresswoman in the 14th District in 2022.
The bill would ban chokeholds and create national standards for policing, as well as outlawing "qualified immunity" for law enforcement.
H.R. 1—also known as the For the People Act—would touch on nearly every piece of the electoral process, including voter access and campaign finance.
In a 328 to 97 vote, the House of Representatives on Tuesday rejected an amendment by Representative Cori Bush (D-Mo.) that would have allowed individuals serving a felony prison sentence to vote in federal elections.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), who formerly owned a gym affiliated with CrossFit, was blasted by a company spokesperson for spreading "loathsome and dangerous lies" on Monday.
Checks and enhanced child credit could add up for many families in the America Rescue Plan which goes to the Senate.
The Supreme Court's landmark ruling in the Bostock case protected employees from being discriminated on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. The Equality Act, however, would expand those protections for LGBTQ Americans seeking equal access to healthcare, housing and education.
The bill will now head to the House floor for approval before it gets sent to the Senate.