The move marks a significant escalation in the committee’s efforts to obtain information related to lawmakers’ communications before, during and after the 2021 attack on the Capitol.
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House set to approve an additional $40 billion in aid to Ukraine
House poised to approve additional $40 billion in aid to Ukraine
The package of military, economic and humanitarian support will probably be approved on a bipartisan vote, with the Senate expected to follow suit as early as this week.
Sen. Collins voices opposition to legislation that would create statutory right to abortion
The statement from the Maine Republican comes as the Senate is preparing to vote next week on the legislation, known as the Women’s Health Protection Act.
Blinken tests positive for coronavirus, State Department says
The secretary of state tested positive Wednesday afternoon and “is experiencing only mild symptoms,” the State Department said.
‘Stop the Steal’ rally participant with QAnon ties to face Kaptur in Ohio
Majewski is the latest GOP political novice to defeat more establishment candidates in a closely-watched race.
Jan. 6 panel seeks information from 3 more GOP lawmakers as public hearings near
In letters sent Monday, the committee’s chair and vice-chair said they are seeking meetings next week with Reps. Ronny Jackson (Tex.), Andy Biggs (Ariz.) and Mo Brooks (Ala.).
Pelosi blasts McCarthy over ‘inconsistencies’ on lawmakers’ safety
Pelosi on Friday juxtaposed McCarthy’s comments with his previous statements condemning the fines levied on GOP lawmakers for attempting to bypass the metal detectors that were installed outside the House chamber after Jan. 6.
Trump says he feared being pelted with ‘very dangerous’ fruit at rallies
“I wanted to have people be ready because we were put on alert that they were going to do fruit,” Trump said in the October 2021 deposition, according to a transcript of the proceedings.
Facing House GOP, McCarthy defends himself after audio reveals he blamed Trump for Jan. 6 attack
McCarthy’s line of argument was one that many in the House Republican conference appeared willing to accept Wednesday.