Kinzinger doesn't rule out January 6 committee subpoena for Trump
A Republican on the House committee investigating the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol on Sunday did not rule out issuing a subpoena for former President Donald Trump as it seeks to obtain information from his allies.
Why neither party has a sustainable political majority
Let me tell you a little story. Nine years ago, Barack Obama won a second term in office, and there was talk of an emerging Democratic majority in presidential elections. Then came Donald Trump, the least liked major party nominee of all time, who won the 2016 election — albeit without winning the popular vote.
Buttigieg says US supply chain issues will 'certainly' continue into 2022
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg predicted on Sunday that supply chain issues facing the US will continue into 2022, but stressed that Congress potentially passing President Joe Biden's infrastructure proposal is the best way to help alleviate those problems.
China condemns Canada, U.S. for sending warships through Taiwan Strait
News/Politics: The Chinese military on Sunday condemned Canada and the United States for each sending a warship through the Taiwan Strait last week, saying they were threatening peace and stability in the region.
New Mexico far-left, anti-police lawmaker once told to 'f*** off' by own party won't seek re-election
A controversial, far-left state lawmaker in New Mexico who was previously told to “f*** off” by a member of his own Democratic Party announced that he will not seek re-election, according to a report.
Meet some of the new faces coming to the House of Commons
News/Politics: Forty-nine rookie MPs will be seeking to make their mark when the minority Parliament resumes this fall, while two familiar faces defeated in 2019 — Liberals Randy Boissonnault and John Aldag — are returning to the House of Commons after successful political comebacks.
Liberals considering whether to extend expiring pandemic supports for businesses, individuals
News/Politics: A number of the federal government’s pandemic supports for individuals and businesses are set to come to an end this week. Most of them can still be extended for the short term without introducing new legislation.
Bargain or 'blackmail'? Why the Liberals might be wise to do a deal with the NDP
News/Politics: Federal parties rarely make formal deals with each other — even when faced with the uncertainty of a minority Parliament. But if minority governments are becoming more common — and if voters are getting impatient with back-to-back elections — now might be a good time to negotiate.