"Was the president absolutely incompetent or a coward on the 6th when he didn't do anything, or did he know what was coming?," asked Rep. Kinzinger.
A man was kept in CIA black sites before he was brought to Guantánamo. Lithuania paid him compensation for being tortured in the country.
Revolver News , run by a former Trump aide, and has promoted baseless conspiracy theories alleging an FBI plot behind Jan. 6.
The Chicago Teachers' Union wants to return to solely remote learning, but Mayor Lightfoot said in-person teaching is needed.
The UK says it will tax developers if they don't agree to a £4 billion plan to tax the cladding scandal.
"I call it interference with the lawful transfer of power using violence, and that's wrong," Hutchinson told CNN's Jake Tapper.
Jordan said he had "no relevant information that would assist the Select Committee in advancing any legitimate legislative purpose."
"I think he listens to everybody, which is the problem. Whoever he's heard from most recently has the upper hand," one source told Axios.
The proposed bill would present a huge contrast to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California, who last month publicly defended the practice.
"We're proud of the work that we did on January 6 to make legitimate arguments about election integrity," GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz said.
"We simply did not win the election as Republicans for the presidency," the South Dakota senator said on ABC's "This Week."
"I believe allowing the legislation to be enacted is by far the best choice, and look forward to bringing millions more into the democratic process," Mayor Eric Adams said.
"I was really disappointed in the tone of the president and the vice president. I thought they politicized January 6," Graham told WABC on Sunday.
New York Mayor Eric Adams has tapped his brother for a top NYPD job, per reports. A watchdog group said the appointment might breach nepotism rules.
The development gives Republicans their preferred candidate in the hotly-contested swing state and comes after months of lobbying by GOP leaders.
The Wheeler nomination could produce an intense confirmation battle just as Youngkin builds the first GOP administration in Virginia since 2014.
Four people were arrested in India after a new app was designed to humiliate Muslim women by offering them 'for sale.'
A couple from St. Paul, MN, couldn't work during the pandemic, but a guaranteed income pilot for parents is supplementing their disability benefits.
After Biden extended the student-loan payment pause for the fourth time, some experts told Insider this broad relief is setting a promising trend.
Former President Donald Trump spent January 6, 2022, in Palm Beach, Florida, watching President Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi on TV, Newsweek said.
Members of the white supremacist group Patriot Front were accused of "hijacking a pro-life movement" at a March for Life rally in Chicago, Illinois.
Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid died December 28 at the age of 82. He led Senate Democrats in various roles for more than 15 years.
Rep. Jeremy Faison said he's always believed it was wrong "not Christian" and "not mature" when parents lose their temper at games.
"I don't know why you're sitting there saying, 'What went wrong?'" Northam told a reporter. "This was a storm that we haven't seen for a long time."
"I'm asking South Dakotans for the opportunity to continue serving them in the U.S. Senate," the senator said in a Saturday statement on Twitter.
"Before polio, did anyone go out and seek the polio vaccine? Before cancer, did anyone go out and seek mammograms, colonoscopies or pap smears?" Democrat Ted Lieu said in response.
In private, Manchin has said that he won't back legislation modeled after the Build Back Better Act and wants a fresh approach, per The Washington Post.
The California Taxpayers Association estimated the system would increase tax collections in the state by $163 billion per year.
Experts tell Insider Manchin is laying out a set of conflicting demands that are impossible to reconcile.
Speaking to One America News, Donald Trump complained that the "dishonest" media does not report on the size of the rally for his January 6 speech.
In a lawsuit, Briana Kirkland, 29, said she sustained a traumatic brain injury during the riot that forced her to take a year off from work.
Rep. Bennie Thompson said the select committee expects the former vice president to voluntarily appear before the panel at the end of the month.
"It's sad because the Republican Party will exist," he said. "But it has lost, in a lot of people's minds, any credibility."
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has announced his intention to sue the Biden administration over the COVID vaccine mandate for National Guard troops.
The Biden administration says it has the authority to impose policies to help combat the pandemic. Challengers claim the mandates are illegal.
Biden said in Friday remarks that big corporations are "reducing options for consumers and exploiting workers to keep wages unfairly low."
Strong majorities said that members of congress shouldn't be allowed to trade stocks, including 80% of Republicans and 70% of Democrats.
The economy is recovering at three times the rate seen after the Great Recession. The US added 6.4 million jobs in 2021 despite weak December growth.
In November, a record-breaking 4.5 million Americans quit their jobs. They might be seeking out better opportunities.
"Sometimes I have been sarcastic, unclear, or just plainly missed the mark," Jamal Simmons, Harris' new communications director, said in a statement.
Although the December jobs report missed expectations, Biden touted the speedy economic recovery and slammed GOP criticism on inflation as "malarkey."
Boris Johnson's former aide says he tried to stop people gathering for drinks during the first lockdown, which would have breached UK rules.
Speaking at Gov. Kathy Hochul's briefing, New-York Presbyterian CEO Steve Corwin noted that ICU cases remain far lower than this time last year.
The MP for Birmingham Erdington died suddenly at home on Friday morning, a statement from his family said.
Trump's decision to cancel a speech on the anniversary of the riot, and to champion vaccination, have caused an unusual backlash among supporters.
Rush, the only person who ever beat Obama in an election, said Manchin needs to "go back to the hills" and reconnect with his home state.
The Supreme Court on Friday is set to review challenges to the Biden administration's federal vaccine mandates announced last year.
Brooks was "glad" the Electoral Vote count had been disrupted, but other GOP members were "crying in the cloakroom for their safety," Ryan O'Toole said.
While Biden has enough money to deal with the pandemic's "immediate needs," Omicron brings a dire need for ramped up vaccine distribution, per WaPo.
"My understanding is that none of the McCarthy staff were able to connect with him regarding the day's events," said Ryan O'Toole, a former aide.
America's lowest paid workers got a 14.1% raise in the past year as employers have had to use the "kitchen sink" approach to lure in staff.
Alyssa Farah Griffin joins a growing list of former Trump White House staffers who are fed up with the direction of the GOP.
Despite Cruz's efforts to walk back the quote, Carlson told the senator "I do not believe that you used that accidentally. I just don't."
"I think she is the person who is most responsible for what happened," Gingrich said on an appearance on "The Ingraham Angle."
With Biden's economic agenda indefinitely stalled, Democrats are mounting another push to change the filibuster to pass voting rights legislation.
Trump first announced his intention to launch Truth Social, which bears a striking resemblance to Twitter, in October 2021.
The Fox News host heavily downplayed the January 6 Capitol riot, omitting key facts and saying "really not a lot happened that day."
Business Minister Paul Scully said the PM did not act inappropriately after discussing a proposal with a Tory donor while seeking funds for his flat refurbishment.
Police accused the Capitol riot suspect Emily Hernandez, 22, of killing Victoria Wilson while driving drunk.
Cruz walked back his comments to Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Thursday, but right-wing figures and Trump allies are not buying his explanation.
Nationwide protests over fuel prices have taken place in Kazakhstan, resulting in dozens of deaths and the resignation of the government.
Former McCarthy staffer Ryan O'Toole suggested that the House minority leader's decisions were dictated by fringe members of the GOP like Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Matt Gaetz.
Florida Gov. DeSantis has stood in opposition to the federal government's COVID-19 response, rejecting vaccine requirements and scaling down testing.
The company is facing fines of $50,000 a day if it does not turn over public records related to Arizona's Maricopa County audit.
The Supreme Court on Friday is set to review emergency challenges to two federal vaccine mandates announced by the Biden administration last year.
"I look forward to seeing you on January 15, although I know you won't do it because you're a little bitch," McCarthy said before torching a MAGA hat with a flamethrower.
Speaking on the Senate floor, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer recounted being just 30 feet from "nasty, racist, bigoted insurrectionists" on January 6.
Author Mary Trump said she thought Trump didn't intervene on January 6 because he was "enjoying it too much" and "probably wanted it to get worse."
"Their work allowed us to continue ours that night, certifying the electoral votes and securing our democracy," Sen. Sherrod Brown told Congress.
Trump supporters told me they wanted Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to run for president if the 45th president doesn't run, or for them to be on a ticket together.
Bad blood and MAGA loyalty fights may keep House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy from realizing his dream of one day becoming speaker.
To beat Matt Gaetz, Democrat Rebekah Jones says she follows all his moves, including the federal sex-trafficking investigation and MAGA-style events.
The chief judge of DC's federal court rejected in harsh terms a January 6 defendant's request to visit his girlfriend's family in the Caribbean.
Rep. Pramila Jayapal slammed GOP lawmakers who refuse to address the riot and "have just completely undermined that it even happened."
Sean Hannity "definitely advised the president on many, many things to do," Grisham, Trump's former White House press secretary, told CNN.
Trump's 187-minute silence "borders on dereliction of duty" and "might necessitate a referral" to the Justice Department, Rep. Bennie Thompson said.
"There's only one president in the history of this country who fomented an insurrection," Psaki said of Trump on Thursday.
"We were both really looking forward to President Trump's press conference tonight," Greene said at the Capitol on Thursday.
DeSantis has said it's unwise to send tests to anybody and that vulnerable communities should be prioritized.
White House photographer Lawrence Jackson shared his favorite photos from Vice President Kamala Harris' first year in office.
Pompeo told the New York Post "the weight just started to come off" after he started exercising at home and laying off cheeseburgers and pancakes.
Adam Kinzinger has little patience with the notion that his colleagues may be able to avoid cooperating with the House's investigation.
Gaetz and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene slammed Cruz for characterizing the deadly Capitol riot as a "violent terrorist attack."
"I thought clearly that the lie they had been spreading and telling to people had absolutely contributed to what we were living through," Cheney said.
At least seven people died in connection to the Capitol riot, and more than 700 people have been arrested and charged as a result of it.
"It is especially jaw-dropping to hear some Senate Democrats invoke the mob's attempt to disrupt our country's norms," McConnell said.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul introduced four new ways student-loan borrowers can get relief, including automating debt forgiveness for public servants.
Lord Brownlow, who initially covered costs of renovating Johnson's flat, pitched the PM on a pushed for 'Great Exhibition 2.0'.
The Brooks Brothers riot in 2000 created a new blueprint for electoral disputes that deployed violence to intimidate officials into discarding votes.
Dick Cheney said he's disappointed with the Republican Party leadership's response to the January 6 insurrection.
"I'm ready to roll up my sleeves and do what I can and I'm really excited to get with these former Trump officials," Grisham told CNN.
Counsel for the city of St. Louis said the governor's pardon did not supersede the couple's original guilty plea agreement to give up their guns.
"So why are you telling us it was, Ted Cruz?" Carlson said in his latest whitewashing of the insurrection, adding that Cruz is "legitimately smart."
Manchin wants families to prove they have taxable earnings with a W-2. Some experts say that could shut out independent contractors like Uber drivers.
Donald Trump, Ron DeSantis, and other potential 2024 hopefuls all had a very different take on the day than Biden.
"The way you have to heal, you have to recognize the extent of the wound. You can't pretend. This is serious stuff," Biden said.
The January 6 insurrection, when a mob of pro-Trump rioters breached the Capitol to overturn the 2020 election result, was inherently political.
New York City's new mayor, Eric Adams, faced backlash after he said that service workers "don't have the academic skills to sit in the corner office."
"He did his duty, and the nation should be very grateful for the actions that he took that day," Cheney told NBC of Pence's actions on January 6.
Trump released a rambling statement attacking Biden's policies and spreading lies about the 2020 election on the anniversary of the Capitol siege.