Republican McCarthy risks party split by courting extremists amid Omar spat
The House Republican leader, Kevin McCarthy, said on Saturday he had "reached out" to Democrats over Islamophobic comments made by one of his party, Lauren Boebert of Colorado, about the Minnesota Democrat Ilhan Omar.
January 6 Organizers Were "Following POTUS' Lead," According to Leaked Texts
Leaked texts from organizers of the January 6 Capitol attack reveal that Donald Trump's incitement of the far-right militants was directly linked to their plans to storm the Capitol.
Kyle Rittenhouse is acquitted of all charges in the trial over killing 2 in Kenosha
Kyle Rittenhouse, center, looks over to his attorneys as the jury is dismissed for the day during his trial at the Kenosha County Courthouse on Thursday in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
GOP Representative Brags About Infrastructure Funding Despite Voting Against It
This week, Alabama Republican Rep. Gary Palmer had touted funding from the bipartisan infrastructure bill that recently passed the House and was signed into law.
House to censure GOP's Gosar over cartoon showing him stab AOC
House Democrats are planning to vote Wednesday to censure and strip of committee assignments a Republican member of Congress who shared a violent animated video of himself killing a Democratic colleague.
In Washington, Bipartisan' Can Mean a Lot of Things
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Biden basks in bipartisan triumph - but is it a new start or a swansong?
ere is what I know to be true, Mr President," Vice-President Kamala Harris said on Monday, as she addressed Joe Biden. "You are equal parts believer and builder.