A statement from Seattle Public Health claimed that the “root causes” of an ongoing drug crisis include “structural racism” and “stigma,” while calling for more resources.
At the National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, President Biden delivered a message of unity, just two weeks after calling Republicans lawmakers “fiscally” demented.
Rep. Ilhan Omar shared a recording of a profane death threat she says was received by her office, blaming Republicans who are trying to remove her from a House committee.
Cochise County, Ariz. Sheriff Mark Dannels testified before a House hearing that statements from Vice President Harris and DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas are not true.
The House Judiciary Committee broke into a tense debate over a rule to recite the pledge of allegiance at meetings, before it ultimately passed without opposition.
The House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing Wednesday on “The Biden Border Crisis,” featuring a Texas judge, an Arizona sheriff, and a fentonyl awareness activist.
House Oversight Committee chair James Comer led opposition to a rule amendment to allow members to work remotely for health reasons, while noting that exceptions can be made.
Republican congressman Matt Gaetz said he is less certain about removing Rep. Ilhan Omar from the House Foreign Affairs Committee over anti-Israel remarks.
Democrats on the Senate Intelligence Committee slammed the Biden admininistration’s lack of transparency regarding classified documents at President Biden’s home.
A San Francisco reparations proposal that would give $5 million to each qualifying Black resident, would not be possible with current budgetary constraints, officials said.