Capitol Report (April 4): Did Media Cover Up Hunter Biden Story?

If you’re thinking about getting a commercial driver’s license, now might be the right time. The White House is trying to boost more trucking jobs amid the supply chain bottleneck.

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is a step closer to a lifelong appointment to the nation’s highest court. Senators on Capitol Hill held votes to move forward with her confirmation.

Over the weekend, we had a chance to catch up with Eric Trump, son of former President Donald Trump. He shares with us how the former president kept dictators around the world from overstepping their reach, and also talks about what he feels is a double standard from the mainstream media in how the Trumps and the Bidens are held to account.

The month of March showed good jobs growth, but many are still saying there is cause for concern when it comes to the economy. Could a recession be on the horizon? Member of the House Financial Services Committee Warren Davidson (R-Ohio) is here with us to discuss.

Three Republican states are suing the Biden administration over its plans to lift Title 42. They say it will have a devastating effect on these states.

Lawmakers prepare to spend another $10 billion to go toward fighting COVID-19. We’ll tell you what this new COVID package would pay for.

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