Chairman Mark Green of the House Homeland Security Committee told Fox News Digital that the committee “cannot stand by” as the Chinese Communist Party attempts to overtake the U.S.
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GOP pressures Blinken to stand up to China’s Xi after spy balloon discovered: ‘You must raise this’
Lawmakers on the House Foreign Affairs Committee are calling on Secretary of State Blinken to confront Chinese President Xi Jinping about the spy balloon.
GOP bill bans kids under 16 from social media to save them from dangerous ‘emotional distresses’
A new bill by Rep. Chris Stewart would require Big Tech companies to verify the age of their users, so that children under the age of 16 would not be allowed to use platforms.
House Oversight sets hearing with former Twitter execs after Hunter Biden’s bombshell laptop admission
House Oversight Committee Republicans set a hearing for next with with top former Twitter executives they said had a hand in suppressing the Hunter Biden laptop narrative.
ESG investment rule emerges as top ‘woke’ target for Republicans battling Biden
Democrats and Republican lawmakers are sounding the alarm that the Biden administration’s ESG priorities may be detrimental to the financial well-being of Americans.
Pentagon salaries for diversity, equity, inclusion staff capped at $31K under Cotton, Banks bill
Republicans are pushing a new bill that would cap the salaries of the Pentagon’s diversity, equity and inclusion employees at $31,000.
All GOP senators, Manchin challenge Biden’s ESG climate investment rule ‘politicizing’ Americans’ 401Ks
Sen. Joe Manchin joined every GOP senator in introducing legislation that would kill President Biden’s ESG rule that would affect the retirement savings of 152 million Americans.
Rand Paul leads investigation into ‘disturbing’ $5.4B in pandemic fraud as Biden moves to end COVID emergency
Senators Rand Paul and Joni Ernst are demanding answers on how the government could have allowed $5.4 billion in small business loans to be dispensed to “fraudsters” during the pandemic.
Law enforcement groups skeptical police reform talks can succeed after Tyre Nichols death
The nation’s largest police organizations are willing to work with Congress to revive police reform negotiations following the death of Tyre Nichols, but are not optimistic anything will bear fruit.
National Archives official will sit for inquisition by Oversight Republicans on Biden docs drama
A top official at the National Archives and Records Administration will sit down with the House Oversight Committee Tuesday to discuss the Biden classified documents case.