Capitol Report (May 9): Justices Seek Protection

Maryland and Virginia law enforcement are poised to secure the homes of Supreme Court Justices. Protests by pro-abortion groups have been growing.

The White House condemned the violent attack over the weekend that was aimed at a Wisconsin-based pro-life group. But the administration is still calling for protestors to speak out peacefully. And the Senate this week will vote on a pro-abortion bill.

The White House is announcing a plan to expand affordable internet. An estimated 48 million households will get high-speed internet for less than $30 a month.

With the economy on the brink of a recession, how will we know when we actually are there, and how important is it for the United States to untangle itself from the Chinese economy?

Should the discussion of widespread election fraud be a taboo subject? According to filmmaker Dinesh D’Soouza, that is exactly how those who may have pulled off the heist would want you to think. We take a look at D’Souza’s latest documentary “2000 Mules” and his attempt to prove widespread election irregularities.

Jan. 6 detainee Jake Lang calls from the jail where he is being detained to describe what he calls inhumane treatment. He tells us he will be locked up for two years without the right to a speedy trial.

The United States is suspending tariffs on Ukrainian steel to help the country’s economy. But how effective will this be?

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