The congresswoman named several Democratic lawmakers she would prefer working with over Trump loyalists in the GOP.
The incumbent Republican is in a tough race against her Trump-backed opponent.
Jon Stewart sent an expletive-ridden tweet to Ted Cruz for rejecting the toxic burn pit bill for American war veterans, triggering a social media feud.
"NEVER FORGET," the House Republican Conference tweeted alongside a clip of Biden's 2021 speech.
Congressman Tom Rice loses GOP primary, joining four other House Republicans who won't hold office next term.
The scant polling out of the western state shows the incumbent Republican trailing her top challenger by double digits.
House Republicans defended voting against an investigation into possible war crimes in Ukraine, fearing it could put American soldiers at risk for prosecution.
Cawthorn claimed in a recent interview that Washington lawmakers who he's "looked up to" have invited him to orgies and done cocaine in front of him.
On Tuesday, GOP Senator Richard Burr of North Carolina said the freshman congressman has "been an embarrassment at times" to the party.
Another bill regarding what discussions can be had over race and discrimination in public schools also passed through the state House.
Some Republican senators have voiced their opposition to allowing Democrats to raise the debt ceiling.
"This type of sadistic behavior can NOT be tolerated," Greene tweeted. "They must be held accountable for their reprehensible actions."
We cannot enact policies that risk our civilization for the hollow approval of coastal elites.
"The debt limit is a shared responsibility, and I urge Congress to come together, in that spirit," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wrote in a letter to members.
Republicans said Thursday that if the allegations about the calls are true, Milley's "pledge to China is nothing less than outright treason."
"It's confusing because I thought so many of the people I know, like Kevin McCarthy, had a red line that they just wouldn't cross, that there would be no payoff worth crossing that line," Kinzinger said.
McCarthy has reversed his earlier stance of boycotting the probe to suggest partisanship, but he will now add Republicans to the panel and take part.
Shortly after Officer Michael Fanone's remarks, McCarthy's office reached out to the Capitol police officer, who said he finally spoke with a scheduler from the House minority leader's office on Wednesday afternoon—more than a month after Fanone first attempted to schedule a meeting with McCarthy.
"Marjorie is wrong, and her intentional decision to compare the horrors of the Holocaust with wearing masks is appalling," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said.
The commission faces a difficult time in the Senate where Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has said he's opposed.
Republican men and women have been identified as two groups highly opposed to receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
"House Republicans are united in our focus to fight on behalf of the American people to save our country from the radical Socialist Democrat agenda of President Biden and Nancy Pelosi," Stefanik said after Friday's vote.
All the talk about a 'multiracial working-class party' or a 'realignment' is probably going to amount to nothing if it's led by the same people in Congress as before.
Republican members of the House have voted to remove Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney as chair of their conference.
"Liz Cheney has drawn the ire of Donald Trump and the base for daring to tell the truth, and that is something that they cannot tolerate," Evan Siegfried, a Republican strategist, told Newsweek.
"Almost everyone in the Republican Party, including 90% of Wyoming, looks forward to her ouster—and that includes me!" Trump said as House Republicans began voting on whether to keep Cheney in her leadership position.
Chris Wallace noted the GOP supported a tightly-focused Benghazi attack investigation and asked why it wouldn't do the same for the January 6 insurrection.
Republican lawmakers are urging Biden to let journalists tour the migrant facilities at the border, but the president said he's not sure when that will happen.
The famous children's author has recently become a flashpoint in debates about so-called "cancel culture."