The first 100 days of the Trump presidency are coming to a close this week. As the artificial deadline approaches, the president and Congress race to present plans on everything from health care to tax reform. Catch up on all of that and more by taking the Washington Week-ly News Quiz.
It’s been a successful week for President Biden after a U.S. drone strike killed al-Qaida's top leader, and with celebrations on the CHIPS and PACT acts and job numbers exceeding expectations and calming recession fears.
Democrats and Republicans battle as the economy shrinks for the second time this year, President Biden scores key legislative victories, and the Justice Department investigates former President Trump. Jonathan Lemire of POLITICO, Ayesha Rascoe of NPR, Amara Omeokwe of The Wall Street Journal and John Bresnahan of Punchbowl News join moderator Yamiche Alcindor to discuss these stories and more.
The Jan. 6 committee this week offered chilling new details on how former President Trump pressured Vice President Pence to overturn the 2020 election and even put Pence’s life in danger by enraging the mob.
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised interest rates by three-quarters of a percent. This was the central bank’s biggest rate hike since 1994, an aggressive step to try and control the rapid rise in inflation.