On Tuesday, senate lawmakers had the opportunity to question FBI Director Christopher Wray about the January 6th insurrection. Many of the Republican senators, though, were more interested in asking about MS-13 and Antifa and absolving Donald Trump for any blame.
Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans have announced that they are going to vote against the Biden stimulus and make Democrats own the popular bill.
Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) showed that there is no limit to how far Republicans will go to kill people by lifting Texas's mask mandate.
The Biden administration sent a strong message to Putin by sanctioning Russia for poisoning opposition figure Aleksey Navalny.
For the first time in the history of the cable ratings, MSNBC was the top network overall, as the network tops CNN and Fox News.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) helped to incite the terrorist attack on the Capitol and appeared nervous about the FBI using cellphone data to track the attackers.
Former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany has joined Fox News, the network announced earlier today.
“It is my distinct pleasure to welcome Kayleigh McEnany to the Fox family,” Fox News host Harris Faulkner said. “We will be seeing much more of her.”
A bill to expand federal background checks on all gun sales has been reintroduced in the Senate by Senator Chris Murphy (D-Conn.). The bill, the Background Check Expansion Act, was also reintroduced in the House by Representative Mike Thompson (D-Calif.).
Right-wing commentator Josh Bernstein responded to former President Donald Trump’s speech at CPAC in which he continued to push the baseless lie that the 2020 general election was fraudulent, saying he wants to make it more difficult for people to vote.
Speaking to CNN, Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) claimed he doesn’t agree with former President Donald Trump’s lie that the 2020 general election was fraudulent.
“I don’t give him advice, and I’m not going to give you my emotional reactions to his quotes,” Hawley said of Trump, who took the stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference over the weekend to push the lie once again.
The Trump administration secretly moved ten billion federal dollars that were supposed to go to hospitals for PPE into vaccine development and likely killed hospital workers.
Rachel Maddow tore into ex-president Donald Trump on Monday for keeping his vaccination a secret from the American people.
Last night was a big one for Rudy Giuliani. The former New York City mayor was thanked during Sacha Baron Cohen’s Golden Globes Award speech. Of course, Cohen was being facetious when he called Giuliani a “comedy genius.”
The days of Donald Trump doing Vladimir Putin's bidding are over as Joe Biden is planning to hit Russia with sanctions as early as Tuesday.
Stacey Abrams called out the GOP for its escalating, nationwide efforts to make it harder for millions of Americans to vote.
On January 6th, a large mob of Donald Trump supporters stormed the United States Capitol. And they largely did it on television. Americans sat in front of their TV’s and watched the event live.
Despite the fact that the insurrection is still burned into people’s memories, many prominent Republicans are trying to gaslight them about the event. Ron Johnson has pushed the idea that some of the rioters were “fake Trump supporters.”
New York prosecutors who are currently investigating Donald Trump are now zeroing in on the CFO of his company.
This weekend, a number of prominent Republicans spoke at the CPAC conference. During the speeches, though, there was very little substance. There were also few outlines of how the GOP would move forward after last year’s losses.
In the summer of 2020, Marjorie Taylor Greene won the Republican primary for Georgia’s 14th District. This essentially made her a shoe-in to win a seat in the House of Representatives as the district is deep red.
Republicans in the Georgia House have passed a bill to restrict the use of ballot drop boxes, require more ID for absentee voting, and limit early voting.