Capitol Report (March 3): Senator Suffers From COVID Two Years Later

Russia and Ukraine had their second round of talks Thursday, while the two countries are now battling over a city that houses the largest nuclear power plant in all of Europe.

And Congress now is preparing to approve billions in emergency spending—some to support Ukraine and even more for pandemic relief.

Members of Congress say American energy independence is a fundamental issue at stake as Russia marches forward in Ukraine. Congressman Ralph Norman says we had it not long ago, and with the correct policy, it won’t take much to get it back. But what direction will the country head in?

An unexpected meeting among the Quad Leaders Thursday comes amid increasing concerns over a Chinese invasion of Taiwan. What did the leaders say?

Multiple state attorneys general launch an investigation into TikTok. They allege the video platform is harmful to children.

Many parents are concerned about the state of U.S. education, and that un-American principles are being taught in schools. We speak to North Carolina Congresswoman Virginia Foxx, who is on the front lines in the battle for education reform in the United States.

Another Democrat announced his plans to retire from Congress. That makes 31 House Democrats that are not seeking reelection.

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