Sunday, July 3, 2022

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...

Climate Change Inaction in Congress Has High Costs

The window for congressional action on climate is closing — potentially for quite a while.

Congress Is Paralyzed on Guns. Here’s Why Chris Murphy Is Still Hopeful.

The Democrat from Connecticut, who has spent his decade in the Senate trying and failing to enact gun safety bills, says his party should...

Background checks are popular. Why can’t Congress expand them?

Republican opposition doomed previous efforts, but gun control groups say Democrats need to push harder in the wake of the Buffalo massacre.

Congress Holds First UFO Hearing in Half a Century

An intelligence subcommittee will hear testimony from two Pentagon officials on observations by military pilots and others.

How Democrats Can Hang on to Congress in 2022

Donald Trump, abortion rights and student loan debt create a narrow window for President Biden and Democrats to regain their footing.

Can Trump Get Bo Hines, a 26-Year-Old Political Novice, Elected to Congress?

Bo Hines, a leading candidate in a Republican House primary next week in North Carolina, has little political experience but holds major campaign advantages,...