At least 10 GOP lawmakers have voted to impeach President Donald Trump as the House secured enough votes Wednesday to impeach Trump for a second time, just a week after he encouraged loyalists to “fight like hell” against election results and a mob of his supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol.
After months without internal testing protocols, members of the U.S. House and their staff will now have regular access to coronavirus testing at the Capitol physician’s office when they return to Washington from their home states.
More than 12 hours after polls closed on Election Day, the hope that Democrats held to flip the Senate as well as retain majority control of the House faded away as Republicans held on to key Senate seats.
While Democrats have a strong chance of holding onto the House, Republicans still hope to pick up a handful of seats.
In a sweeping bipartisan vote that takes a government shutdown off the table, the House passed a temporary government-wide funding bill Tuesday night, shortly after President Donald Trump prevailed in a behind-the-scenes fight over his farm bailout.
It’s not illegal to encourage employees to contribute to candidates, but it is illegal to reimburse them as a way of avoiding federal campaign contribution limits.
Pelosi took responsibility for how the incident played out but claims she was told beforehand the salon could accommodate one client at a time — indoors.
The House Oversight Committee has subpoenaed Postmaster General Louis DeJoy for records about widespread delays to mail delivery.
A House Republican introduced a bill Friday that would make those charged with violence, looting or vandalism in connection with a protest ineligible for enhanced coronavirus unemployment benefits.
This would give control to the states to determine the drug’s status and whether to vote to legalize the drug.
Rep. Eliot Engel, the Committee Chairman and 16-year incumbent, said Pompeo refused to turn over documents in the House’s impeachment inquiry last fall.
The House has approved legislation that would reverse recent changes in U.S. Postal Service operations.
U.S. Attorney General William Barr said before the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday that rioters and anarchists hijacked legitimate protests.