Ron DeSantis’s comments are similar to those of Donald Trump, though the former president has said he would not only issue pardons but make an apology to the Jan. 6 offenders.
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Hillary Clinton says Sen. Dianne Feinstein shouldn’t resign
Clinton argued that Republicans probably would block Democrats from filling a vacancy on the Judiciary Committee and stall President Biden’s judicial nominees.
House Ethics Committee closes Swalwell investigation with no further action
The panel was looking into his alleged ties to a Chinese intelligence operative, despite the FBI previously clearing him of wrongdoing in the matter.
House Freedom Caucus calls on McCarthy to suspend debt ceiling negotiations
The delicate negotiations, which congressional leaders have said yielded progress in recent days, could be upended by the demand.
House votes to refer resolution to expel George Santos to Ethics Committee
The matter is now in the hands of the House Ethics Committee, which has been investigating Santos since March.
Who is Cherelle Parker, the Democratic nominee for mayor in Philadelphia?
Cherelle Parker, a former city councilor and state legislator, emerged from a field of nine in a competitive race for the Democratic nomination for Philadelphia mayor.
Live updates: Kentucky, Pennsylvania primary election results, analysis
Voters in Kentucky will choose their next nominees for governor and secretary of states, while Philadelphia voters will select their next mayoral nominees in Tuesday’s primary elections.
Readiness at risk because of stalled promotions, defense secretary says
In a letter to Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says Sen. Tommy Tuberville’s (R-Ala.) block of quick military promotions poses a “clear risk” to the nation’s military readiness and directly impacts the lives of service me…
Texas House expels GOP lawmaker over sexual misconduct allegations
The Texas House of Representatives voted 147-0 to expel Bryan Slaton a day after he resigned from his seat.
Florida groups will launch effort to put abortion access on the ballot
The effort, led by the Planned Parenthood Action Fund and two of its Florida affiliates, would allow voters to decide whether the state should allow abortions until a fetus is viable.