Capitol Report (July 20): Congressman: Cartels Have Total Control of Border; Trump-Backed Candidate Wins MD Primary

A group of Republican senators says the border crisis is at its worst, after their recent visit to the border. They say President Joe Biden’s open border policy is making the situation “infinitely” worse.

We had a chance to sit down with the co-founder of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, Rep. Mario Dias Balart (R-Fla.). He tells us why he thinks the Republican platform is resonating with Hispanics now more than ever.

Ballots are still being counted from Maryland’s primaries. Voters narrowed down their party’s pick for U.S. House and Senate seats this year. And Trump’s endorsement was put to the test in the state as the race for governor is front and center

Ukraine’s first lady addressed Congress. What is she pleading for, and what is the United States announcing with regard to the war in Ukraine?

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee held a hearing on rising global hunger and the threat to global stability posed by food shortages.

July 20 marks the 23rd year since the Chinese Communist Party launched its nationwide persecution against the meditation discipline Falun Dafa, also known as Falun Gong. Members of Congress from both parties are speaking out against the human rights atrocities the practitioners face.

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