Capitol Report (March 24): Trump Sues Hillary Clinton, DNC

Steve Lance
By Steve Lance
March 24, 2022Capitol Report

The United States is leveling a fresh wave of sanctions on Russia, as world leaders gather in Brussels. But what did they say was another major concern besides Russia?

Are these sanctions enough to hold Russia accountable and deter China from invading Taiwan? NTD sat down with Congressman James Comer to discuss.

China wants to help prop up Russia’s economy. But the White House has a plan of action to prevent China from helping Russia avoid sanctions.

The White House has taken some action this year to hold China accountable for its human rights abuses, but what more could be done? We’ll hear Congressman Dan Bishop’s thoughts.

The next step of Senate hearings for Biden’s Supreme Court nominee continues. The Senate Judiciary Committee heard from a group of lawyers, law students, and outside witnesses who are both for and against the confirmation of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.

Jobless claims are coming in at a five-decade low. And U.S. unemployment is also dropping. We’ll take a look at the Labor Department’s latest report.

U.S. Airlines are saying that pandemic restrictions rules imposed on travelers are now outdated. They’re asking Biden to lift certain mandates.

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