Nancy Pelosi

House Democrats endorsed conservative talking points about Omar last week. Now the GOP wants to force a vote on rebuking the congresswoman.
The House speaker insisted that former Attorneys General Jeff Sessions and William Barr testify before Congress about the subpoenas and gag orders.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi proposed to her colleagues four options to launch an investigation into the Jan. 6 insurrection, despite Republican resistance.
The conspiracy-endorsing Republican's comments were slammed as “full-blown bats**t anti-Semitism" and “an insult to the memory of six million dead."
The congressman opposed investigating the Jan. 6 attack, even though his brother, former Vice President Mike Pence, was targeted.
While Joe Biden “expressed support” for a cease-fire, progressive Democrats are demanding a more forceful stance as Israeli forces killed over 200 Palestinians.
"It was beyond denial," the House speaker said of the GOP comparing the Capitol insurrection to a normal tourist visit. "It fell into the range of sick."
The president's address at the joint session of Congress will feature the first time two women share the stage as vice president and speaker of the House.
Attorneys for Richard "Bigo" Barnett say the government is trying to frame their client “in the worst possible light.” But the best possible light isn't great, either.