Capitol Report (May 20): Testimony: Clinton Approved Giving Allegations to Reporter; Expert Says Power Blackouts Are Unlikely

In former President Donald Trump’s lawsuit against Hillary Clinton, a testimony revealed Clinton approved the plan to give allegations against Trump to the media ahead of the 2016 election.

President Joe Biden is in South Korea. The visit comes as China issues threats and North Korea prepares for missile tests. What could come next?

As the price at the pump goes up, some analysts are predicting that we haven’t seen the peak yet. To discuss this and the sharp increase in natural gas and electricity prices, we speak to energy consultant Don Whaley.

Just days after a supermarket shooting in Buffalo left 10 people dead, Attorney General Merrick Garland has announced a Justice Department initiative to put a stop to hate crimes.

Oklahoma just passed the nation’s most comprehensive abortion ban. Vice President Kamala Harris responded, but the Biden administration has very few options to stop states from banning abortion.

And in response to this criticism from the White House, two Oklahoma lawmakers who paved the path to pass this new abortion bill joined and told us why they are defending what they’re calling the right to life.

The Lincoln Memorial is turning 100! Celebrations are set for the most visited memorial in the nation’s capital.

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