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By Laura Barrón-López, Tess Conciatori
The Jan. 6 panel recently presented new evidence on how former President Trump stoked violence leading up to the Capitol insurrection. But the escalation and normalization of violent rhetoric has extended beyond Trump, becoming a dangerous feature of Republican campaigns…
President Biden is sharply ratcheting back his expectations Friday for a major economic aid package. This comes as Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin has ruled out backing key funding proposals for his party's action on climate change. Lisa Desjardins joins William…
The Jan. 6 committee held its seventh public hearing Tuesday afternoon with a focus on connections between extremist groups and the Trump White House. The hearing ended with a dramatic revelation that former President Trump recently called a witness the…
Much of the evidence presented Tuesday during the Jan. 6 hearing was about what former President Trump did and didn't do surrounding the violent Capitol insurrection. Mary McCord, director of the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection, and Jamil Jaffer,…
After former President Trump’s false claims about fraudulent 2020 election results, local and state elections officials continue to face unprecedented pressures ahead of this year's midterms, including wide-scale threats. New Mexico Secretary of State Maggie Tolouse Oliver, a Democrat, and…
By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
Speaker Nancy Pelosi is addressing concerns about the working conditions for some Capitol Hill aides. She's announced a $45,000 minimum yearly salary for House staffers.
By Lisa Desjardins, Tyriana Evans, Saher Khan
Lawmakers returned to Capitol Hill this week and were met with a growing list of legislative items to tackle. From funding for Ukraine to more COVID relief, there’s a lot they’re hoping to accomplish before the legislative calendar is upended…
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
In the coming months, members of the panel will start to reveal their findings against the backdrop of the former president and his allies’ persistent efforts to whitewash the riots and reject suggestions that he helped instigate them. The committee…
By David Klepper, Associated Press
Spread by politicians, broadcast by cable news pundits and amplified by social media, the falsehoods are a stark reminder of how many Americans may no longer trust their own institutions or their own eyes.
By Dan Cooney
2021 marks the fifth edition of the gingerbread model and the first time it's been back within the walls of the Capitol since 2019.
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