Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) grilled Biden’s pick to lead the budget office over corporate and foreign donation ties. Neera Tanden’s nomination as Director of the Office of Management and Budget has received heavy criticism from Republicans.
Senate Democrats are insisting on pushing through a COVID relief bill, despite already having their sights set on impeaching President Trump. While Tuesday’s trial was front and center, a Democrat-led House committee continued to draft legislation on Joe Biden’s nearly $2 trillion measure.
The Trump defense team argued in support of free speech as Democrats are seeking to punish Donald Trump for what he said at a political rally.
Congress’ decision to move ahead with impeachment isn’t sitting well with conservative voters nationwide. In West Virginia, supporters of former President Trump are voicing their frustration with lawmakers in D.C.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki came under fire over the Biden administration’s reported decision not to deport illegal immigrants who commit less serious offenses.
A Los Angeles County court blocked the county’s left-wing district attorney from enacting a number of changes to how crimes are prosecuted. On Monday, L.A. County Superior Court Judge James Chalfant ruled against DA George Gascon in a lawsuit filed by the Association of Deputy District Attorneys for L.A. County.
The former Capitol Police chief sent a letter to congressional leaders explaining why the Capitol Police appeared unprepared for the January 6 demonstrations.
The Congressional Budget Office released a report outlining the dangers of a $15 an hour federal minimum wage. One America’s Greta Wall has more on those findings.
A new revelation is shedding light into coronavirus loans lawmakers have said were unlawfully given to Planned Parenthood. A groundbreaking report released by the Daily Caller showed the Small Business Administration (SBA) hid communications it had with Planned Parenthood regarding controversial Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans given to the company.