Monday, March 27, 2023

A Con Man Is Succeeding Me in Congress Today

Now we know that no one voted for the real George Santos.

Republican Gains in Congress Would Pressure Biden on Ukraine and Iran

Officials in the Biden administration expect plenty of complications, including summons to hearings over the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.

He Lost His Police Job Over Daniel Prude. Now He’s Running for Congress.

The ex-police chief in Rochester, N.Y., La’Ron Singletary, has focused on public safety in his bid to unseat the incumbent Democrat, Joseph Morelle.

What to Know About Biden’s and Congress’s Involvement in the Rail Strike

President Biden called on Congress to pass legislation to head off a holiday-season rail strike, warning that a disruption to service could cause dire...

Biden’s Agenda Hangs in the Balance if Republicans Take Congress

On a wide array of issues like abortion, taxes, race and judges, President Biden’s opportunities would shrink as Republicans vow to dismantle much of...

Congress Votes to Expand U.S. Power to Prosecute International War Crimes

Passed after an address by Ukraine’s leader, the bill would allow foreigners in the United States who are suspected of war crimes to be...

Meet the House Republicans Who Will Wield Power in the New Congress

The G.O.P. lawmakers in line to chair key committees have made it clear they will prioritize investigations of the Biden administration.

Biden Will Meet With Congressional Leaders as Rail Strike Looms

President Biden has urged lawmakers to pass legislation that would prevent a labor stoppage by rail workers next month.

With Senate Vote, Congress Moves to Avert Rail Strike

Bipartisan coalitions in the House and Senate pushed through a bill that would impose an agreement between rail companies and their workers.