Republicans have criticized the Biden administration in recent weeks for not pushing a return to classrooms.
As House members prepare for the anticipated vote on President Joe Biden's nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package on Friday, Republicans have spent much of their time lamenting the massive amount of money that it will cost taxpayers.
Republican lawmakers have been making the trip to Florida to try to keep former President Donald Trump close after his unsuccessful reelection bid.
"We committed to you, Democrat and Republican, a $2,000 stimulus check," Biden said in a video released Friday. "$600 came forward last time around. Another $1,400 will be coming."
During a vote on the COVID-19 reconciliation budget, Republican Whip Steve Scalise proposed an amendment to withhold funding from states that did not report accurate data on COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes.
President Joe Biden spent his first week in office signing executive orders and memorandums on priority issues, including climate change, LGBT rights, the economy and health care.
"While China spread misinformation so it could hoard medical supplies, the WHO parroted China's lies denying human to human transmission of the virus and Tedros praising them for their transparency," claimed Representative James Comer who is on the House Committee on Oversight and Reform.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez criticized Republicans for complaining about metal detectors despite sharing content threatening Democrats.
"People are being hurt. This is unacceptable," GOP House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy told Fox News, confirming that shots had been fired inside the Capitol.
"Do you feel comfortable throwing out millions of votes of your fellow Americans?" Chris Wallace asked Representative Steve Scalise.
The House Speaker didn't rule out a second impeachment against Trump, or new articles of impeachment against Attorney General Bill Barr, as she looks to "meet the needs of the American people."
"Unfortunately, the Republican Members' refusal to wear masks undermined the safety of everyone in the hearing room," the letter to Republicans stated.
House Republicans have filed a legal challenge that seeks to upend the chamber's historic proxy voting plan as members start casting remote votes.
In meetings this week, Republicans and Democrats have taken turns blasting each other over the response to the nation's COVID-19 outbreak and the path forward to economic recovery.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison said that he'd never seen Bernie Sanders supporters "being unusually mean or rude," and requested evidence of bad behavior.
Steve Scalise accused Speaker Pelosi of trying to negotiate her own "quid pro quo" in the Senate. He also contradicted Mitch McConnell's own comments, claiming the Senate "will hold a fair trial."
The Louisiana congressman argued that Pelosi's decision to allow the impeachment of President Donald Trump was driven by pressure from the party's more radical wing.
Schiff has faced criticism from Republicans for subpoenaing the phone records of several individuals involved in the impeachment inquiry against Trump.
"Well wait a minute, no sir," Chris Wallace said. "They're career foreign service officers and these are people who worked in the Trump administration."
"It's frustrating for Americans to watch this," Jeanine Pirro complained.
Social media users pointed out that several of the men on Trump's side of the table appeared to be avoiding looking at both Pelosi and Trump.
At a town hall event in Louisiana on Monday, members of a progressive Jewish activist group on confronted Rep. Steve Scalise over what the group says is "anti-Semitic" and "anti-immigrant" rhetoric promoted by Republicans.
"To try to assign blame to somebody else I think is a very slippery slope," Scalise said. "[Trump] is not responsible. The shooter is responsible."
House Minority Whip Steve Scalise accused Rep. Joaquin Castro of "dangerous targeting" after he tweeted a list of donors to U.S. President Donald Trump.
"Smart," Conway tweeted of the Republican effort to force the vote.
Scalise, who was critically wounded during the 2017 Congressional baseball shooting, informed a very disappointed Mark Levin that Senator Bernie Sanders reached out to him immediately after the incident.
Scalise applauded America for being a place where people are free to disagree, but said Waters's call to harass Trump administration officials "crossed a line."
If Democrats' attempts to pass a significant immigration deal end up getting stymied in the House, then the shutdown will have been a complete failure.