Rep. Madison Cawthorn, a gun rights advocate, faced criticism for apparent gun safety violations during his appearance in an Arizona shooting range's commercial.
During a drunk driving arrest, the Capitol rioter told police about his role in the "January 6th incident," making statements along the lines of "Just kill me now" and "It's over."
The congresswoman said that Christian values gave "rise to the greatest nation the world has ever known" in a Christmas message.
Representative Madeleine Dean called Jordan not a "serious American" and someone who doesn't "care about democracy."
Democrats' promises haven't been fully realized, poll numbers are in free fall, and the midterms could cost the party the House and maybe the Senate.
The divorce announcement came one day after Cawthorn urged conservatives to "get married young," "have as many kids as possible" and "drop out" of college.
The congresswoman "thanks the Philadelphia Police Department for their swift response" in a statement.
"January 6th showed us that every minute counts during an emergency," Senator Amy Klobuchar said in a statement about the new law signed by President Joe Biden on Wednesday.
Bipartisan lawmakers are investigating Live Nation's role in the tragedy, citing the company's "long line of other tragic events and safety violations."
If we can stop deadly malnutrition around the world, we can pave the way for a better and bright future for every nation.
Boebert's comments came weeks after Omar shared a voicemail she had received following the Colorado Republican's viral Islamophobic remarks.
The most recent fundraising reports show the Republican National Committee has surpassed their Democratic rivals.
Amid an Associated Press report showing 2,000 stolen or lost weapons in the past 10 years, the Pentagon will have to report missing weapons to lawmakers.
Days after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Britain's prime minister appeared before Congress to deliver the most important address of his wartime career.
The Arizona congressman made the remark while speaking to an anti-mask activist who harasses people for wearing face coverings in public places.
Lawmakers are invested in top U.S., international, and Chinese corporations—through stocks or mutual funds—tied to human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
The committee sent a letter requesting documents and an interview with Pennsylvania Rep. Scott Perry, who met with Donald Trump in the days leading to Jan. 6.
The day of events on January 6, 2022, will be live-streamed and will include personal stories from lawmakers about the attacks.
"I never intended for my time in Congress to become a career," Murphy said in a statement announcing she wasn't going to seek another term on Monday.
"We all knew that Senator Manchin couldn't be trusted," said the Minnesota representative.
In a statement that did not name Senator Joe Manchin—who has crucially opposed the Build Back Better Act—Pelosi expressed hope about passing the bill in 2022.
Speaking at a Turning Point USA conference, Greene used the term—widely perceived as a racial slur—to rebuke claims that the GOP is a "white supremacist party."
If Joe Manchin "wants to vote against the Build Back Better Act, he should have the opportunity to do so with a floor vote," Bernie Sanders said Sunday.
"Voting—just voting—is the bedrock of democracy. We should all be concerned about that," he said. "It shouldn't be Democrat or Republican."
The Illinois Republican said the House select committee would "absolutely" be willing to subpoena members of Congress and former President Donald Trump.
The Biden admin said Sunday it will press Manchin "to see if he will reverse his position yet again, to honor his prior commitments and be true to his word."
"This is one of the best Christmas gifts America could get this year. This bill was far too expensive and far too radical," said Rep. Robert Aderholt.
"He has never negotiated in good faith and he is obstructing the President's agenda," Rep. Ayanna Pressley said in reaction to Manchin's decision.
"If I can't go home and explain it to the people of West Virginia, I can't vote for it," the senator said Sunday.
The Senate's filibuster rule has forced Democrats to increasingly turn to work-arounds that allow them to pass legislation.