Wisconsin fake electors trial to start just before 2024 presidential election
A jury trial in a lawsuit seeking $2.4 million in damages from Republicans who attempted to cast Wisconsin's 10 electoral votes for Donald Trump in 2020 even though he lost is scheduled to begin just two months before the 2024 presidential election.
A majority of Californians say Sen. Dianne Feinstein is no longer fit to serve, new poll finds
Nearly two-thirds of registered voters in California feel that Sen. Dianne Feinstein is no longer fit to continue serving as a senator, a new poll released Thursday morning by the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies found.
Wisconsin 2020 fake electors, judge revives complaint
The Wisconsin Elections Commission must disregard its earlier ruling against 2020 fake presidential electors when it rehears the case, a judge ruled Tuesday.
Decision on charges in Georgia election probe to happen this summer, DA says
A decision on charges in the Georgia election probe are expected this summer, according to a letter from DA.
Wisconsin abortion referendum, Senator Ron Johnson pitches again
Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson is again calling for a statewide referendum on abortion, something he brought up during his winning 2022 Senate campaign.
GOP leader Mitch McConnell returns to Senate after head injury
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell is back at work in the U.S. Capitol on Monday, almost six weeks after a fall at a Washington-area hotel and extended treatment for a concussion.
House Speaker McCarthy rounds 100 days in office, faces tough road ahead
Rep. Kevin McCarthy is performing the role as speaker — second in line to the presidency — but the Republican leader allied with Donald Trump remains stubbornly limited in action because of his uneasy grip on the gavel.
2 House Dems call on California Sen. Feinstein to resign
Two House Democrats called on U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein to resign Wednesday after her extended absence from Washington, saying she was no longer able to properly do her job.
DC mayor, police chief to testify before House committee on crime increase
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is set to testify on Capitol Hill next month about the rise in crime in the city.
Rep. George Santos files paperwork for re-election
The move does not mean he will definitely run for office again.
Impact of health data breach hitting Congress 'could be extraordinary'
Hackers have broken into a Washington, D.C. health insurance marketplace and stolen sensitive personal data including Social Security numbers and home addresses of members of Congress, their employees and family members.
George Santos now under investigation by House Ethics Committee
The House Ethics Committee announced is launching an investigation into embattled Republican Rep. George Santos.
Sen. John Fetterman's case highlights common stroke, depression link
Pennsylvania Democratic Senator John Fetterman is seeking treatment for severe depression months after having a stroke. Fetterman last year had the most common kind of stroke, caused by clots that block a blood vessel to the brain.
Rep. George Santos responds to questions about his finances
Rep. George Santos gave an exclusive interview to FOX 5 News on Thursday to answer questions about his finances and an ethics investigation.
Sen. John Fetterman checks into hospital, cites clinical depression
U.S. Senator John Fetterman checked himself into Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Wednesday night to receive treatment for clinical depression, according to his office.
Trump campaign staff said 'fan the flame' on 2020 election lies, leaked audio shows
Leaked audio shows Trump's campaign team knew they lost in Wisconsin, but still continued to spread lies about the election.
TikTok ban could get House committee vote in February
Congress banned TikTok from government-issued devices, and almost half of U.S. states have implemented similar actions.
Florida Rep. Byron Donalds reveals committee appointment in exchange for McCarthy House speaker vote
To become speaker, Kevin McCarthy had to make concessions to a small group of hardliners who refused to support him until he yielded to their demands.
Ron Johnson's 2020 elector questions part of GOP leader's testimony
The former chairman of the Wisconsin Republican Party said Republican U.S. Sen.
Robin Vos' testimony about Trump, 2020 election released
Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos' testimony to the U.S. House committee investigating the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol attack has been released.