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Investigation into congressional stock trading reveals massive corruption red flags

Monday  13:50,   26 september 2022

The current Congress has a laughably low approval rating of just 17%. It seems near impossible for the public view of our elected officials to drop any lower. A recent New York Times investigation should do the trick. The Times dug into the stock... >>>

The seven Senate seats most likely to flip

Monday  13:50,   26 september 2022

Republicans are looking for opportunities to go on offense in their battle for the Senate majority and stunt the momentum Democrats have built over the course of the summer. But Democrats, fresh off a season of eyepopping fundraising and legislative >>>

Rep. Nancy Mace, who voted against impeaching Trump, says there's 'a lot of pressure' on Republicans to impeach Biden: 'I think that is something that some folks are considering'

Monday  11:50,   26 september 2022

Speaking on NBC's Meet The Press on Sunday, Rep. Nancy Mace said she will not vote to impeach any president if she thinks there wasn't due process.Just as his fashion choice defied the July heat in Washington, DC, jury selection commenced in >>>

A step in the right direction on permitting reform

Monday  11:40,   26 september 2022

When the $80 billion President Barack Obama spent on infrastructure failed to stimulate the economy as fast as he had planned, Obama famously quipped that “shovel-ready was not as shovel-ready as we expected.” The biggest reason infrastructure... >>>

'This is not about me:' Manchin pleads with GOP to play ball on permitting reform

Monday  10:20,   26 september 2022

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) appealed to uneasy Senate Republicans on Sunday as he tries to whip GOP support for his permitting reform bill. Manchin appeared on Fox News Sunday to urge GOP lawmakers wary about working with him to back the legislation,... >>>

On this day in history, Sept. 26, 1960, Kennedy and Nixon battle in first televised presidential debate

Monday  10:10,   26 september 2022

Vice President Richard Nixon and Massachusetts Sen. John F. Kennedy faced off in the first televised presidential debate in U.S. history on this day in history, Sept. 26, 1960.The nation's first-ever televised presidential debate was held in Chicago >>>

January 6 committee returns with another public hearing this week. Here's what you need to know.

Monday  10:10,   26 september 2022

The House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol is holding what's likely to be its final public hearing on Wednesday.That’s how Wyoming GOP Rep. Liz Cheney framed the danger of another Donald Trump... >>>

Riggleman says Mark Meadows text messages reveal ‘roadmap to an attempted coup’

Monday  10:00,   26 september 2022

Former U.S. Rep. Denver Riggleman (R-Va.) said text messages to and from then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows revealed a “roadmap to an attempted coup” as former President Trump attempted to overturn his 2020 election loss. Riggleman — who... >>>

Full transcript of "Face the Nation" on Sept. 18, 2022

Monday  09:00,   26 september 2022

On this "Face the Nation" broadcast, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and national security adviser Jake Sullivan joined Margaret Brennan.Click here to browse full transcripts of "Face the... >>>

Liz Cheney Says 'I Won't Be A Republican' If Trump Wins GOP Presidential Nomination

Monday  09:00,   26 september 2022

U.S. Representative Liz Cheney (R-WY) on Saturday said at the Texas Tribune Festival she would give up on being a Republican if Donald Trump gets the party’s nomination for the 2024 presidential poll. “I’m gonna make sure Donald Trump – I’m gonna do >>>

Trump's Criminal Referral Should Be A Unanimous Decision By Jan. 6 Panel: Schiff

Monday  09:00,   26 september 2022

If former President Donald Trump is to be referred to the prosecutors, the decision of the Jan.6 committee probing the Capitol insurrection should be unanimous, said Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.). What Happened: Schiff, a member of the panel probing... >>>

Biden's mixed record forces some Dems into odd balancing act

Monday  09:00,   26 september 2022

CINCINNATI (AP) — Democratic House candidate Greg Landsman can tick off how his party's control of Congress and the White House has benefited his city. The bipartisan infrastructure deal will mean upgrades to the heavily traveled highway bridge... >>>

Former DOJ official says special master telling Trump to ‘put up or shut up’

Monday  07:20,   26 september 2022

Former Trump Justice Department spokesperson Sarah Isgur said the special master reviewing Mar-a-Lago documents is pushing the former president’s legal team to “put up or shut up” regarding claims of planted materials and declassified documents.... >>>

Mace on supporting Trump in 2024: ‘I’m gonna support whomever Republicans nominate’

Monday  07:20,   26 september 2022

Rep. Nancy Mace (R-S.C.) on Sunday sidestepped questions about whether she’d support former President Trump in a 2024 presidential bid. “I’m very much hopeful that [we] see a deep bench of Republicans and Democrats who will be running for president... >>>

Chris Christie Says Trump's TV Rants Might Lead To A 'Self-Inflicted Indictment'

Monday  07:20,   26 september 2022

Democratic strategist Maria Cardona reacts to Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) saying she believes there is “pressure” for House Republicans to move to impeach President Joe Biden if the GOP gain control of the House in the midterm... >>>