With New York Congressman George Santos under scrutiny, some politicians are eyeing his seat in the House. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan has the latest on Santos' recent appearance.
When students in Malverne discovered that a street in their community was named for a Ku Klux Klan leader, they set about to make a change, and we have followed their progress. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan was there when the century-old name was shed.
- Fox News
Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., grilled four Biden judicial nominees on the Constitution during a confirmation hearing Wednesday, and one could not answer his questions.
- Associated Press
The South Dakota Senate on Thursday suspended a Republican state senator in a rare move that stripped the lawmaker of all legislative power while keeping the allegations against her a secret. Sen. Julie Frye-Mueller, who is among a group of right-wing Statehouse Republicans, told reporters earlier Thursday that she was being punished following an exchange she had with a legislative aide about vaccinations. Sen. Michael Rohl, the Republican lawmaker who initiated the motion to suspend Frye-Mueller, said in a statement that it was based on “serious allegations” and had been made to ensure the Legislature was creating a safe work environment for employees.
New 'PELOSI' bill may have a spiteful name — but there's still 'tremendous momentum' in the crusade to stop politicians from insider trading. Here's why
The battle of the bills turns personal.
- Springfield News-Leader
U.S. Rep. Eric Burlison's first congressional legislation, filed this week, would repeal the 1934 National Firearms Act.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is under pressure to take action after newly-elected Rep. George Santos was exposed as a serial liar.
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Rep. Matt Gaetz introduces 'PENCIL' resolution barring Adam Schiff from accessing classified information
Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz introduced a resolution on Thursday that would bar California Rep. Adam Schiff from accessing classified information.
- Business Insider
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy finally won his battle against letting members vote remotely. It could cost him critical GOP votes when he needs it most.
The House implemented proxy voting in the 116th Congress as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. It's gone now, and it could be costly for the GOP.
- Fox News
Kristi Noem under fire from state Freedom Caucus for allegedly overstepping South Dakota constitutional limits
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is getting heat from some state Freedom Caucus members who say her executive branch has “overstepped” its constitutional authority.
- Charlotte Observer
The bill that Budd is sponsoring is based on a wildly misleading claim that has been repeatedly debunked.
- Fox News
The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust on Friday filed a complaint requesting the Office of Congressional Ethics investigate Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., for alleged violations.
Emergency SNAP Update: 25 States Extending Additional Food Stamps Money for Final Time in February 2023
Emergency allotments were authorized to help give SNAP households a temporary financial boost during the pandemic. State SNAP agencies can issue EA payments on a month-to-month basis to all SNAP...
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
In a matter of days, Fairfield Lake State Park southeast of Dallas-Fort Worth could go to a developer. The state has little time left to stop it.
The request indicates an "active criminal investigation" by the Justice Department, a campaign finance lawyer told The Washington Post.
- Detroit Free Press
The measure would fully exempt public pensions from income taxes and create new deductions for other sources of retirement income.
- The Hill
Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s (R-Calif.) vow to block Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) from sitting on the House Foreign Affairs Committee has hit an early snag: He may not have the votes to do it. Omar, one of three Muslims in Congress, has been a controversial figure on Capitol Hill for her sharp criticisms of the Israeli…
- Argus Leader
Sen. Julie-Mueller was stripped of her two committee assignments Wednesday during the Senate session.
- BuzzFeed News
The “Special Treatment” Supreme Court Justices Got During The Leak Investigation Should Be Investigated, A Group Told Congress
The justices didn’t have to sign affidavits denying the leak, but their staff did. Congress is being urged to investigate why.View Entire Post ›
- Business Insider
A video of Tyre Nichols being killed by police is due to be released Friday. Even the police chief says what it shows is 'heinous' and 'inhumane.'
Tyre Nichols died after he was beaten by police at a traffic stop. Chief Cerelyn Davis said the footage shows a "disregard of basic human rights."
On Thursday, a group of pro-abortion Democrats in the House, led by Reps. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) and Diana DeGette (D-Colo.), re-introduced The EACH Act, a bill that would reverse the Hyde Amendment, which bans federal dollars being used to pay for abortions. It’s been a target of abortion advocates since it was first introduced in the 1970s.