Republican House leaders are arguing that the bipartisan committee should focus more on whether Speaker Nancy Pelosi should have done more to secure the Capitol.
When asked if Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger would be punished for serving on the January 6 Capitol Riot committee, McCarthy replied, "We'll see."
The eight new nominees come amid a time when the Justice Department is continuing to round out its Leadership team under Attorney General Merrick Garland.
"We've got to get more people who relate well to the individuals who are not getting vaccinated to get out there and encourage them to get vaccinated."
The owners of the home and the signs are now being represented by the ACLU.
A spokeswoman for the American Legislative Exchange Council denied the organization shares data "with any political party" in an email to the Associated Press.
"Hard-working Wisconsin families deserve every opportunity, but politicians like Sen. Ron Johnson aren't delivering," said Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes.
More than 20 cases of the mystery illness have been reported in the Austrian capital this year, and it's not clear why.
A flurry of "deep-dive tell-all" books about the end of the Trump administration are being published, Colbert told viewers in his Wednesday night monologue.
Joe Biden launched a blistering attack on top Republicans as the row over voting rights in the U.S. continues.
Fox News Correspondent Tucker Carlson is making bold claims regarding his interest in interviewing President of Russia Vladimir Putin and the National Security Agency.
Hollywood actor Matthew McConaughey has teased that he's eyeing a move into politics in his native state of Texas.
The former president's supporters may not like their senator, but still may struggle to find an alternative in the Mormon state.
Russian President Vladimir Putin gave high marks for U.S. President Joe Biden after their meeting in Switzerland this week—despite their rocky relationship of the past.
"Dr. Fauci was not elected by the American people—he was not supposed to guide our economy," Greene told reporters.
The president breached royal protocol by not removing his sunglasses to greet Queen Elizabeth II—here are some of the other U.S. presidents to slip up during a royal get together.
Responding to concerns raised over potential human rights violations in Xinjiang, China called the scrutiny "lies, rumours and baseless accusations."
Her first meeting with Joe Biden and her G7 appearance helped push the news agenda beyond a briefing war between Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and the palace.
The U.S. president did not remove his sunglasses when he met Queen Elizabeth II in what a former royal butler told Newsweek is a breach of protocol.
The 39-year-old star's new media venture, A Starting Point, is bringing politicians directly to the most engaged young cohort in modern American history.
Some Republicans rebelled against the mask requirement, increasing tensions with Democrats who refused to lighten the restrictions despite the updated guidance from federal health officials.
The secretary of state would like the U.S. and Russia to work collaboratively on certain issues.
President Joe Biden wants to increase taxes on the wealthy and corporations to help pay for his $4 trillion infrastructure plan.
The voting rights activist and former minority leader wrote eight novels under a pen name before her political career took off.
A legislative ethics committee in Idaho said Thursday that Republican state Representative Aaron von Ehlinger should be formally censured and removed from office as an investigation into allegations of rape continues.
The Republican senator was stopped on a street close to the Capitol by Washington-based student Noah Mitchell, apparently for an impromptu selfie.
Once stripped of its superimposed liberal scar tissue, "Christian nationalism" is actually a rather benign term.
First introduced in 2019, the HR-1, or the For the People Act, is being hailed by some as the next Voting Rights Act, while opponents are pointing to its key provisions as precursors to election fraud and misuse of public funding.