Factors like employment instability, financial hardship and food insecurity (all under-addressed in 2020's relief packages) exacerbate the effects of the pandemic and are directly linked to poor health outcomes.
The varying rationales from many of the president's allies illustrated the lack of coordinated strategy to rebut the assertion that he fueled the insurrection against the Capitol.
The House of Representatives impeached Trump on Wednesday and unlike in 2019, when no Republicans voted in favor of impeachment, this time around members of the president's own party joined the effort.
"Some say the riots were caused by antifa. There is absolutely no evidence of that, and conservatives should be the first to say so," the Republican leader said.
Amid an increasingly fractured relationship with the president, the Senate majority leader could pave the way for Trump's impeachment conviction.
The impeachment vote is expected to pass Wednesday with bipartisan support.
Tim Gosar said his brother, Representative Paul Gosar, "played a big role" in the storming of the U.S. Capitol. Both Tim and his sister Jennifer called for the removal of their brother from Congress.
"Let's be clear, this was a racist attempt to overturn an election... This was more about trying to disenfranchise the voices of black, brown, and indigenous people, trying to invalidate our votes, because we turned out in large numbers for this election," said Bush.
"She's not representing the Republican ideals," the Republican congressman from Arizona said.
A photo believed to be of the Florida resident pointing to a sign for Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi appeared on social media last week.
"You can't stop me," Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas reportedly said as he walked around a newly installed metal detector placed outside the House chamber on Tuesday.
The bottom 60 percent of U.S. earners would see an average 11 percent income boost if given a $2,000 stimulus check, according to a new report.
"It is not brave to refuse to wear a mask. It is selfish, stupid and shameful behavior that puts lives at risk," Representative Debbie Dingell said.
Lawmakers are pushing for Donald Trump's removal from office in the aftermath of last week's violent attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Some cried hypocrisy, but officers had ordered she be ready to switch from a face mask to a gas mask, one of which she's seen holding.
The revelation is a remarkable one and signifies a stark departure from supporting an outgoing president who is expected to be impeached a second time for the "incitement of insurrection."
The former FBI director said Tuesday it would "be better for this country if we move past a fallen and corrupt president."
The Turning Point USA founder said that "just because you do something that is regrettable does not mean you're planning an armed insurrection against the United States government."
Rep. Nancy Mace (R-S.C.), who was sworn in as a new member of Congress earlier this month, said that "censure should be on the table" for her Republican colleagues who voted to object to President-elect Joe Biden's Electoral College votes last week.
A third individual was arrested, according to Rep. Tim Ryan, but his office said that person was not a Capitol Police officer.
More than 300 historians and legal scholars called for the House to conduct a "speedy impeachment" after Trump "encouraged an insurrection by a mob of his supporters."
"I know that I'm looking at a charge under the D.C. code of inciting violence," D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine said.
Representative Bonnie Watson Coleman of New Jersey announced on Monday that her rapid test came back positive for COVID-19.
So far, it appears that just a handful of Republican senators—at best—would likely back the endeavor if a vote were held today.
The House of Representatives has charged Trump with "incitement of insurrection" after a mob of his supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol.
"$600 is not enough for working class Americans who are struggling to pay the rent and feed their families," Sanders said on Monday.
"Senators Hawley and Cruz directly incited the January 6th insurrection, repeating dangerous and unsubstantiated statements regarding the election and abetting the lawless behavior of President Trump," the petition says.
Democrats in the House of Representatives accused Trump of engaging in high crimes and misdemeanors when he encouraged "lawless action" at the Capitol on Wednesday.
Nick Ochs, leader and founder of Proud Boys Hawaii, is charged with unlawful entry into restricted buildings or grounds.
The clip appeared online prior to the atatck on Capitol but gained traction as "free speech" social media was due to go offlie.