The House Minority Leader's statements about the Capitol riots "changed markedly" after a meeting with Donald Trump, according to the House select committee.
The vice chair of the Committee investigating the Capitol attack said the House's top Republican is trying to "cover up" what happened by refusing to cooperate.
The South Carolina lawmaker told Fox News the top Senate Republican must have a "working relationship" with the former president.
Despite narrowly backing Joe Biden and electing two Democratic senators in 2020, Georgia is far from a blue state.
"And just as in every lifetime before this one, and as in every lifetime that will follow it, I said yes....and then we drank each other's blood," Fox wrote on Instagram.
The conservative pundit, a former Trump supporter, was unimpressed by his swipe at "gutless" politicians who won't say if they've had a third dose of COVID vaccine.
A new Quinnipiac University poll shows that the president has an approval rating of 33 percent.
"OMG this is brilliant," one fan commented, adding ominously "that will be a nightmare to get off."
The progressive congresswoman urged her supporters to run in local elections across the country.
"This just breaks my heart," Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys tweeted following news of Ronnie Spector's death.
Miller also said that he had offered Trump a monetary amount with a "whole lot of zeros" to join Gettr, but Trump declined.
Rounds said recently that the Republican party should distance itself from the baseless voter fraud claims of former President Trump.
McCarthy said he will not meet with the committee, which seeks text messages between the House Minority Leader and the former president.
Trump hung up on host Steve Inskeep nine minutes into what NPR said was scheduled to be a 15-minute interview.
The singer and political candidate has launched a scathing attack on Trump, with whom he appeared on "The Celebrity Apprentice" in 2012.
A video clip of NASA astronaut Scott Kelly chasing a fellow ISS crew member as part of birthday shenanigans has gone viral this week.
The younger Spears sibling, 30, sat down with Juju Chang for an interview about her upcoming memoir and her family.
The former president told OANN that public figures need to indicated if they have received third dose, in an apparent dig at the Florida governor.
"Saturday Night Live" announcer Darrell Hammond shared video of himself in a Los Angeles hospital as he praised the medical staff for their efforts.
A year ago, the Twitter account of the Chinese embassy in Washington quoted an article saying "emancipated" Uyghur women were "no longer baby-making machines."
Adele once again referenced her previous work in the music video for "Oh My God" and fans were quick to notice the symbolism behind her burning a chair.
Alan Dershowitz will help the pillow magnate resist a congressional probe's efforts to obtain his phone records, calling it a constitutional issue.
The subpoenas were issued for a former White House aide who allegedly helped write Trump's Jan. 6 speech and two other advisors to Donald Trump Jr.
The Marine Corps launched the investigation after accusations surfaced that the Marine was manipulating women online and sending some photos of his genitals.
"He's been so terrible she now wants nothing to do with him," Trump said of Abrams. "Even the woke, radical left realizes that Joe Biden's Administration is an embarrassment!"
E. Jean Carroll said that she would sue Trump for rape "the very moment" the bill becomes law in New York state.
The Georgia Republican governor called the president's agenda an "assault on election integrity."
Kinzinger has been a frequent critic of his party, calling out members publicly, including former President Donald Trump.
The woman called out the airline in a Twitter thread for not being able to buy a ticket for her nonbinary child because there were only two gender options.
The Georgia congresswoman has seen more people follow her on right-wing platforms after she urged people to leave Twitter.