Congress Has Closed The Loophole That Allowed Federal Officers To Claim Sex With A Detainee Is Consensual
After BuzzFeed News reported that the loophole existed in 35 states in 2018, six states changed their police sexual misconduct laws and the federal bill was first proposed.
Sen. Ron Wyden is seeking an investigation into whether the program, which obtained about 6 million records from people in several Southwest states, was constitutional.
The House Voted To Find Trump’s Former Chief Of Staff Mark Meadows In Contempt For Defying The Jan. 6 Committee
What happens next is up to the Department of Justice.
A Man Who Texted About "Putting A Bullet" In Nancy Pelosi’s Head After Jan. 6 Was Sentenced To 28 Months In Prison
“These kinds of statements cannot be shrugged off,” Judge Amy Berman Jackson said. “They cannot be erased by adding ‘LOL’ at the end.”
A Former Principal Now In Congress Thinks Democrats Need A New Message On Schools In The Time Of COVID
Rep. Jamaal Bowman, a Democrat and part of "the Squad," sat down for a Q&A with BuzzFeed News to discuss possible vaccine mandates in schools.
Republican senators voted to pass a bill they’re against, so they can vote against the bill they let pass.
The DC Circuit gave Donald Trump 14 days to petition the US Supreme Court before lifting an order that blocked Congress from getting the documents.
Donald Trump's Former Chief Of Staff Told A Member Of Congress He "Loved" A Plan To Undermine The Election Days Before Jan. 6
The charges against Meadows mark the third Trump ally to be hit with contempt of Congress in the Jan. 6 investigation.
The Staten Island Democrat is hoping for a rematch with Rep. Nicole Malliotakis for the only New York City seat held by a Republican.
The House Freedom Caucus is pleading with Senate Republicans to use procedural leverage to delay government funding in a war against Biden’s COVID vaccine mandates.
Democrats aren’t rushing into another rebuke of a single Republican member. And Republican leaders are again keeping silent.
Cori Bush set out to make Congress more reflective of activism outside Washington. But in an institution with hierarchical power structures, how much say does she have?