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Some conservatives are threatening a government shutdown over the Biden administration's pending COVID-19 vaccination and testing rules.
The rule requiring employees at large companies to get vaccinated or be tested weekly hasn’t taken effect yet.
After Omar was called “the jihad squad,” GOP leaders are told: “Condemning this should not be a partisan issue. This is about our basic humanity.”
The crackpot Republican won’t apologize for joking that Omar had a backpack full of explosives.
The Colorado Republican claimed she had made a joke about her Muslim colleague being a terrorist while sharing an elevator.
Lucy McBath plans to run for a new safely blue seat in the 7th District against Carolyn Bourdeaux after the GOP made McBath's district unwinnable.
The New Hampshire governor weighed in on the censure of Rep. Paul Gosar and the passage of Joe Biden's infrastructure bill.
It could transform lives for millions of Americans. It could also vanish after six years.
The veteran congresswoman won't be seeking reelection next year.
The second half of Joe Biden’s legislative agenda took a big step forward, but the bill’s fate in the Senate remains uncertain.
The extremist Republican's sister also spoke out, saying it's "about time" he was punished.
The Colorado Republican spewed anti-Muslim bigotry while defending GOP Rep. Paul Gosar for an anime depicting him killing Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
The far-right Arizona congressman, who was the keynote speaker at a white nationalist conference earlier this year, has not apologized for the video.
Donald Trump is selling his “crown jewel” hotel in Washington for $375 million after years of financial losses.
"If they don’t fulfill their lawful duty when subpoenaed... they too may be prosecuted,” said the Democrat, who's on the committee investigating Jan. 6.
Democrats’ $1.85 trillion package of social and climate initiatives seems afflicted by a maddening parade of hurdles.
Kenneth Gasper said he would kill Rep. Andrew Garbarino (R-N.Y.) if he saw him, according to a criminal complaint.
Former Trump aide Steve Bannon could face prison time after being indicted for refusing to testify before the committee probing the Jan. 6 riot.
The former White House strategist was indicted for refusing to comply with a House subpoena.
"Paid family leave is not a vacation. We are sending women bleeding, swollen, in stitches, in agony back to work across this country."