President Joe Biden said Tuesday that he favored keeping the income caps for proposed $1,400 direct payments at $75,000 for individuals and $150,000 for married couples.
"I have no idea why he's saying what he's saying," said Alan Dershowitz, a Harvard Law School professor emeritus and member of Trump's defense team during his first impeachment trial.
During what had already been an emotionally devastating week, U.S. Representative Jamie Raskin brought his daughter and son-in-law to the United States Capitol to witness the certification of President Joe Biden's election on January 6.
In the new poll, conducted by Gallup, 52 percent of Americans said they're in favor of convicting Trump, compared to 46 percent in the first impeachment trial.
"I can't think of any better example to set for my children than to show them when you face trials and tribulations in your life—because you will, we all will—it is important to keep going," Julia said. Letlow's husband, Luke, died from COVID-19 complications days before he was set to be sworn in as the new congressman for Louisiana's 5th District.
Impeachment managers from Trump's first impeachment trial say it will be critical for those selected to prosecute the former president in the second trial to provide context leading up to the January 6 Capitol riot.
Brooks, a Trump loyalist known for leading the charge to overturn the election, said he's considering running for Senator Richard Shelby's seat in 2022.
Former President Donald Trump will make history this week as the only U.S. president to be impeached twice and the first to undergo trial after leaving office.
If the 2020 election taught us anything, it's that our democratic system is more fragile and more in need of reform than we thought.
A conviction is unlikely, but polls show Democrats heavily support barring Trump from future office.
The New York congressman criticized the freshman from Utah, implying that his vote to object the election certification was unpatriotic.
An average of recent polls suggests that embattled Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) has a 24 percent national approval rating among members of her own party.
If Cynthia Tenney's win is certified by New York election officials, she will become the 30th Republican woman in the House of Representatives.
U.S. House members who flout new security measures implemented at the Capitol in the wake of the January 6 riots now face hefty fines that could come directly out of their paychecks.
Former President Donald Trump is likely to be acquitted during his upcoming trial, but more Republicans think he has blame for the Capitol riot than thought his call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy was illegal.
Democrats are one step closer to passing the COVID-19 relief package, which includes $1,400 checks for all Americans earning below $50,000 a year.
The House of Representatives voted 230 to 199 in favor of Greene's removal from two key committees on Thursday.
Republicans had their chance to lead. They failed. Now they just want to obstruct—again.
The newly elected Colorado Republican has been criticized for mocking Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg.
Metropolitan Police Department Chief Robert Contee said Thursday that Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) had obtained a permit to carry a concealed gun in Washington, D.C. following a viral video showing her promising to carry firearms "in Congress."
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a resolution to remove Greene from its education and budget committees during a floor vote on Thursday.
The GOP congresswoman recalled a hostage incident that happened while she was in high school in 1990.
"We can't walk away from an additional $1,400 in direct checks, because people need it," Joe Biden told Democrats this week. "I'm not going to start my administration by breaking a promise to people."
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters Thursday that Democratic leaders had hoped to have an answer by now of whether the minimum wage hike will be allowed.
President Joe Biden won't negotiate on the $1,400 payment amount, but said he's open to reducing the number of people who are eligible.
"It's a tight deadline," Gordon Gray of the American Action Forum told Newsweek. "It's achievable, but it's a very tight schedule."
A look at those to have been named as nominees for the coveted prize, before the winner is revealed later in the year.