Virginia Rep. Connolly Urges Swift Expulsion for Rep. Santos Amid Ethics Committee's Damning Report
Virginia - In a significant development, Rep. Michael Guest (R-MS), Chairman of the House Ethics Committee, has filed a resolution to expel Rep. George Santos (R-NY), a freshman Republican engulfed in a scandal that has tarnished his reputation. The move comes on the heels of a damning report released by the committee, outlining Santos's various misdeeds, including the fraudulent use of campaign funds and dishonesty with the Federal Election Commission.
Rep George Santos Accuses Congressional Colleagues of Drunken Voting and Scandalous Affairs
Embattled New York Representative George Santos slams Ethics Committee, alleging unequal treatment and widespread misconduct within Congress. In a startling revelation, New York Republican Representative George Santos has launched a profanity-laden tirade against his colleagues and the House Ethics Committee. Santos, currently under investigation by the committee, accused his peers of voting while hungover and engaging in scandalous affairs with lobbyists.
New House Speaker Mike Johnson Meets with Trump
Mike Johnson, the new House Speaker, met with former President Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago in Florida Monday night. This is Johnson's first meeting with Trump since he became the new Speaker of the House.
California Democratic Rep. Tony Cardenas to Retire, Adding to the State's Waning Clout in Washington
California has long been a powerhouse in Washington, D.C., with its large delegation of Democratic representatives shaping the national conversation on various issues. However, the state's influence in the nation's capital may be waning with the retirement announcement of Democratic Rep. Tony Cardenas.
Florida Rep Soto Spearheads Initiative to Safeguard Online Reputations Amid Social Media Defamation
Florida Representative Darren Soto is spearheading a game-changing initiative to protect individuals from social media defamation. In an era where our online presence can make or break personal and professional opportunities, one Florida congressman is stepping up to the plate. Representative Darren Soto is taking decisive action to protect reputations on all social media platforms.
New York's High Court Hears Redistricting Case, Democrats Seek to Regain Control of US House
As New York's highest court examines a redistricting lawsuit, Democrats aim to redraw district lines in their favor for the upcoming congressional elections, shaping the battleground for control of the US House.
House of Turmoil: Republican Rep. George Santos Faces Possible Ouster Amid Scathing Accusations
The halls of Congress echo with the suspense of a potential expulsion vote for Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) following damning accusations of campaign finance violations and fraud.
Showdown Looms as House Ethics Committee Seeks Expulsion of Representative George Santos
In a significant development, Representative Michael Guest, the Republican chairman of the bipartisan House Ethics Committee, has introduced a resolution calling for the expulsion of Representative George Santos of New York from Congress. This move comes in response to the committee's recently released report that outlines violations of House rules and evidence of widespread campaign fraud by Santos. If successful, Santos would become only the sixth representative to be expelled in the history of the chamber.
Chairman of House Ethics Proposes Resolution for the Expulsion of George Santos from Congress
In a move that has sent shockwaves through the political landscape, the Chairman of the House Ethics Committee has introduced a resolution calling for the expulsion of Congressman George Santos. The resolution, which comes in the wake of a series of controversies surrounding Santos, reflects a growing concern within the House of Representatives about the conduct of one of its members.
While Dodging a Shutdown, Congress May Have Just Given Some Jan. 6 Rioters a Break
Congress avoided a government shutdown by extending federal spending at current levels for a few more weeks, but the Justice Department may be scaling back its efforts to hold hundreds of Jan. 6 insurrectionists accountable for their conduct. The short-term financing package passed to avoid a government shutdown includes a 12% drop in funding for federal prosecutors, which is about one-fifth less than the DOJ requested. The Department of Justice has been preparing to handle an "increasing number of cases and defendants" involving domestic terrorism. The House Republicans were able to reduce the funding to $2.3 billion over the next year, which will likely result in hundreds fewer lawyers and other workers available to handle the department's docket.
"How Did Congress Evolve into Such a Discourteous State?"
"They are displaying outbursts in inappropriate settings, using insulting language, and even resorting to personal attacks, with accusations of physical confrontations in the halls of Congress.
NY Rep. George Santos says he will not seek re-election following scathing House Ethics report
New York Republican Representative George Santos has announced that he will not be seeking re-election in 2024 following the release of a scathing House Ethics Committee report on his conduct.
WA Mayors Rally 37 Cities to Tackle Fentanyl Crisis: Urge Congress to Back Biden's Funding Proposal
In a collaborative effort, San Francisco Mayor London N. Breed and Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell, along with 35 other U.S. mayors, are urging congressional leaders to support President Biden's funding proposal to combat the fentanyl and synthetic opioid crisis.
Army Veteran Eugene Vindman Announces Congressional Run
One of the twin Army officers who former President Trump blamed for his impeachment scandal, Yevgeny "Eugene" Vindman, is running for Congress as a Democrat, which might put him on the ballot alongside Trump.
Retired Army Colonel Eugene Vindman Launches Congressional Bid Amidst Trump Backlash
Eugene Vindman, the twin brother of retired US Army Col. Alexander Vindman, a key figure in former President Donald Trump's first impeachment, has announced his candidacy for Congress. Set to run for Virginia's 7th Congressional District, Vindman aims to succeed Democratic Rep. Abigail Spanberger, who recently announced her gubernatorial bid. Facing potential challenges from both parties, Vindman emphasizes his readiness to confront Trump backers and highlights key campaign priorities, including veterans' support and preserving the non-political nature of the military.
Marsha Blackburn, 71, Tennessee Senator, Claims Facebook Is Prioritizing Profit Over Child Safety
In a Senate Judiciary Committeehearing, Former Facebook Director of Engineering for Protect and Care, Arturo Bejar, was pressed about Facebook's move to lower the minimum age for Instagram users to 13, shedding light on the tech giant's approach to online safety and privacy.
Marjorie Taylor Greene, Georgia Rep, Calls for Impeachment of Secretary Mayorkas Amidst Allegations
In a fiery House session speech, Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) urged immediate action on articles of impeachment against Homeland Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, accusing him of neglecting the nation's security and allowing a surge in illegal activities.
Convicted Jan. 6th Rioter May Run for Congress as a Libertarian
Jacob Chansley, infamous as the "QAnon Shaman" for his role in the Capitol storming on January 6, 2021, has filed paperwork to run for Congress as a Libertarian candidate in Arizona's 8th Congressional District.
Rejecting "migrant camps" at airports
“I sent a letter alongside my colleagues to USDOT to make it clear to the Biden administration—US airports are NOT meant for housing illegal migrants.”. Is there a plan to shelter migrants in an airport near you?