Afghan interpreters who helped the Canadian military have just 3 days to apply for resettlement
News/Politics: Afghan interpreters and others who assisted the Canadian Armed Forces in Afghanistan are being given only three days to apply for a new government program to resettle in Canada.
Officers who testified at 1/6 hearing call for police union to publicly denounce insurrection
Still grappling with physical and mental trauma from the January 6 insurrection, several police officers who were on the front lines that day want more support from the nation's largest police union and are calling on law enforcement groups to publicly denounce those who have lied about the severity of the US Capitol attack.
Sinema says she does not support $3.5 trillion reconciliation package Democrats plan to pass along party lines
Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona announced Wednesday that she does not support a $3.5 trillion dollar budget bill Democrats plan to pass along party lines, saying she doesn't agree with its price tag, on the same day lawmakers hashed out an agreement on a $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package.
Iowa Dem used official position to secure tax breaks for client of her family-owned business, filings show
Liz Mathis, who announced on Tuesday that she was challenging freshman Rep. Ashley Hinson, R-Iowa, rallied support among her fellow state senators in 2016 to secure up to $2.5 million in sales tax rebates for Prospect Meadows, an Iowa-based nonprofit that paid her husband's marketing firm tens of thousands of dollars for consulting services.
Ex-cop who stormed US Capitol is jailed after buying 37 guns and posting that 'violence' is better than 'peaceful protest'
A Virginia police officer who was fired after storming the US Capitol was jailed Wednesday by a federal judge because he ordered a large stockpile of guns and ammunition after his January arrest, and posted online in support of future political violence.
Texas police department warns public after COVID-positive migrants released by Border Patrol into town
A Texas border town police department is warning citizens of the potential danger posed by illegal immigrants infected with the coronavirus being released by Border Patrol agents and housed in local hotels.
McAuliffe attacks Youngkin by tying him to Trump's election lies
Virginia's Terry McAuliffe, in an effort to tie his gubernatorial opponent, Glenn Youngkin, to all things Donald Trump, is now linking the Republican nominee to the former President's top focus: so-called election integrity.
National Police Association slams Jan. 6 probe as ‘dog and pony show,' calls for investigation of Floyd riots
The National Police Association on Wednesday slammed Congress’ investigation of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot as a politically motivated “dog and pony show” that has no intention of uncovering the truth of what really happened that day.
Senate negotiators reach deal on $2 billion Capitol security funding bill in wake of January 6 insurrection
The top Democrat and Republican on the Senate Appropriations Committee have reached a deal on a roughly $2 billion Capitol Hill security spending bill in response to the deadly January 6 insurrection.