The GOP is looking to what they can do on Capitol Hill to block Joe Biden’s radical agenda as the Senate is left with a 50-50 split and a Democrat vice president is set to be the tie-breaking vote.
Democrats on Capitol Hill are working to shift the blame for last week’s protest away from the left.
Metro D.C. Police Officer Michael Fanone recalled the violence he witnessed being among law enforcement who were serving as the last line of defense between protestors and Congress.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has chosen retired Lt. Gen. Russel Honore to investigate the Capitol building’s security. Pelosi made the announcement Friday, saying they must “subject the whole complex to scrutiny in light of what happened and the fact that the inauguration is coming.”
Democrat lawmakers are requesting an immediate investigation into capitol tours ahead of the protest on Capitol Hill. In a letter to Capitol Police on Wednesday, 34 lawmakers urged authorities to look into the matter.
Higher taxes, fewer jobs and slower economic growth — those are just a few things on Joe Biden’s to-do list.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy says impeaching the President would be a mistake.
A newly-elected member of the House reminds her colleagues the attack on the Capitol is not the first example of violence in the U.S.
147 members of Congress stood in opposition of blindly certifying the presidential election results last week. Now, they all are facing fierce financial backlash for their attempt to bring transparency to an election cycle plagued by doubt.