Capitol Report Full Broadcast (May 8)

The Biden administration wants airlines to compensate passengers with money, food, and hotel rooms when flights get canceled or seriously delayed. But airlines are pushing back.

A new mortgage rule for home buyers is in effect. Critics say the Robin Hood-like rule forces people with good credit to pay more to support people with bad credit. An expert tells us what he thinks about the impact this will have.

We speak with Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.), who reacts to the mortgage rule. He and his fellow senators have penned a letter to a federal agency.

A government employee union is suing Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and President Joe Biden over the debt ceiling. Why are they suing, and what’s next in the debt ceiling battle?

Congressman Eric Burlison (R-Mo.) joins us to explore a new probe by the House Oversight Committee, which stems from an FBI whistleblower alleging bribery by Biden while he was vice president.

Biden’s approval ratings are at a new low, according to the latest poll by Washington Post and ABC News.