The Republican National Committee passed a resolution pushing the strictest antiabortion legislation possible.
RowVaughn and Rodney Wells, the parents of Tyre Nichols, and Brandon Tsay, who disarmed a mass shooter, have been invited to attend President Biden’s State of the Union address next month.
“It is my pleasure to give you a 40mm grenade … manufactured in the Sunshine State and first developed in the Vietnam War,” Mills wrote in a letter that accompanied the grenades, which were inert.
Schiff will join an increasingly crowded race for the seat of Sen. Dianne Feinstein, a fellow Democrat who has not said whether she will seek reelection.
Democrats are seizing on a proposal to impose a national sales tax and abolish the IRS as a cudgel against the GOP, despite little chance of the bill passing.
Khashoggi’s killing “wasn’t remotely the kind of action that should cause the United States to abandon an important partner,” Pompeo writes in his new book.
Santos has faced calls to resign for fabricating numerous details about his life.
Rep. Scott Perry (R-Pa.), whose phone was seized in the Jan. 6 probe, has been assigned to the House Oversight Committee, which is investigating President Biden.
A former staffer for the Herschel Walker campaign filed a lawsuit Tuesday against conservative leader Matt Schlapp, alleging that Schlapp sexually assaulted him after an event in Georgia in October. Schlapp has denied “any improper behavior.”
As defense secretary, Carter oversaw the opening of military combat roles to women and opened the armed forces to transgender men and women to enlist with some exceptions.