The Federal Reserve chairman spoke on the likelihood of a recession, whether interest rates will rise again and how unemployment factors in.
"Are you going to let me answer a question?" Fauci said as he tried to answer Paul's endless line of questioning on Thursday.
Former Fox News host Chris Stirewalt is among the names expected to provide testimony.
The second day of the January 6 Capitol riot hearings focused on Donald Trump's unproven claims of election fraud.
Powell spoke on Tuesday before the Senate Banking Committee, which will decide whether to confirm him for a second four-year term as Federal Reserve chair.
Powell will face questions from the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday about the economy as they decide if he should be confirmed for another term.
Instagram's Mosseri proposed creating an "industry body" to help oversee social media companies moving forward.
Milley has defended his phone calls, saying that were "routine", but he would "reserve my comments on the record until I do that in front of the lawmakers who have the lawful responsibility to oversee the U.S. military."
Raisman said the lack of attendance from Justice Department officials "sends the message that they didn't think this was worth their time."
The FBI's failure to notify its field office in Michigan about the complaints against the former USA Gymnastics team doctor reportedly enabled him to continue abusing at least 70 girls.
"Senator Paul, you do not know what you are talking about quite frankly," Dr. Fauci told the Kentucky Republican during a Senate hearing on Tuesday.
A mask mandate is in effect across Ohio but does not apply to judicial or legislative buildings, such as the Ohio Statehouse.
"We're gathering to send the visible message that they must address the public's priorities—health care, reproductive rights, voting rights, racial justice, and more—not fast track a nominee who threatens our health and our rights," one organization told Newsweek.
Republican Senators Mitt Romney and Susan Collins offered two of the most direct challenges to the Trump administration and federal government's response to the coronavirus pandemic during a virtual hearing Tuesday.
"She is a sexist," Conway said of Senator Mazie Hirono.
Senator Dean Heller: "Do you believe you're more responsible with millions of Americans' personal data than the federal government would be?"(Long pause)Mark Zuckerberg: "Yes."
Trump's attorney general steps aside from potential probes following the news of his pre-election meetings with the Russian ambassador.
Representative Tom Price of Georgia faces a second Senate committee on his nomination for health secretary.
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At Wednesday's hearing Senators contemplated war and accused administration officials of capitulating.