The agency is looking at whether a lawmaker assaulted a police officer and an alleged attempt by another lawmaker to carry a gun into the House Chamber.
The GOP lawmakers were the first to be fined for refusing to cooperate with the new security policy, put in place after last month's deadly Capitol insurrection.
Republicans keep complaining about the new metal detectors outside the House chamber. Now we know why.
“It is tragic that this step is necessary, but the Chamber of the People’s House must and will be safe," the House speaker said.
At best, the lawmakers are embarrassingly entitled. At worst, they're sneaking weapons onto the House floor and terrifying colleagues.
“If they won't abide by the simple things this job calls for, then go find another one," the newly elected Missouri congresswoman said.
Several Republican members of Congress threw a fit at the idea of going through metal detectors to keep the Capitol safe after an insurrection.
They will also have to go through metal detectors to get onto the House floor, amid concerns some may be carrying guns.
A 12-pound gold nugget, worth perhaps $500,000, was dug up Wednesday by a prospector using a $6,000 metal detector, local news site the Courier reported. A good investment, we'd say.
"It’s extremely significant as a mineral specimen," Kent said via Adelaide Now. "We are 162 years into a gold rush and Ballarat