Democrats on Capitol Hill this week are pushing forward in an uphill battle aimed at changing national voting laws. We bring you more details on the situation in the Senate. And President Joe Biden visited Georgia to join the fight for new rules at the ballot box. But some Georgia voters say a speech from the president is not enough.
U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has now been officially banned on Twitter. We caught up with the Georgia congresswoman to find out if she has been given a reason.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken slams Beijing’s sanctions against four U.S. commissioners on International Religious Freedom.
Hospitalizations for the (Chinese Communist Party) virus hit a record high, with nearly 146,000 Americans being treated. The United States is reporting a record number for the most cases in a single day.
As the Supreme Court gets set to decide whether the Biden administration’s vaccine mandates are going to stay or be shut down, we seek perspective on the possibility of both outcomes.
The bitter standoff between Chicago officials and the city’s teachers union finally comes to an end. Students will go back to in-person learning on Wednesday, and teachers are back Tuesday. A congresswoman calls for empowering parents, not the teachers’ union.
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