Thursday, December 1, 2022

Panel Provides New Evidence That G.O.P. Members of Congress Sought Pardons

The House Jan. 6 committee played testimony from former Trump aides who said at least half a dozen Republicans had pre-emptively sought clemency.

Biden Will Push Congress for a Three-Month Gas Tax Holiday

Vulnerable Democrats have championed the move ahead of midterm elections, but experts remain skeptical that suspending the federal tax would benefit consumers much.

Could New York City Lose Its Last Remaining Jewish Congressman?

Three decades ago, Jewish lawmakers made up just over half of New York City’s House delegation. Now there is one: Jerrold Nadler, who faces...

Semiconductor Makers Push Congress for New Funding

American semiconductor giants are pressing Congress to pass legislation that would provide $52 billion for their industry, warning that they may otherwise relocate overseas.

Jan. 6 Panel Says Capitol Marcher Toured With G.O.P. Congressman

The committee released surveillance footage of a Capitol complex tour on Jan. 5 and video of a man it said was part of the...

Congress Must Rein In Skyrocketing Drug Prices

Congress may have a limited window to pass legislation that could curb skyrocketing drug prices.

Will Hurd: I Represented Uvalde in Congress. We Must Act on Guns

There are real solutions to this epidemic. We just need the courage to act.

To Cut Gas Prices, Congress Should Allow the U.S. to Sue OPEC

Congress should allow the Justice Department to sue OPEC for violating antitrust laws.

Democratic States Push Gun Control Bills with Congress Gridlocked

Democratic state leaders from California to New Jersey are demanding immediate action after the Uvalde shooting.

Tom Kean’s Strategy in Run for Congress: Say Less

Ahead of next month’s primary, Tom Kean Jr., running in New Jersey’s most competitive House race, hopes to avoid alienating moderate swing voters while...