Parkland shooting survivor calls for House GOP leader to denounce Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene
Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg called on Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy Thursday to denounce Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, who has faced intense criticism this week over incendiary remarks she made in recent years as well as a viral video in which she harasses Hogg.
Dem rep plans to introduce a resolution to expel Marjorie Taylor Greene
Rep. Jimmy Gomez on Wednesday announced that he plans to introduce a resolution to expel the controversial Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from Congress, accusing Greene of previously supporting calls for "political violence" and advocating "extremism and sedition."
Stimulus checks won't be taxed, but unemployment benefits will be
The federal government has sent billions of dollars directly to Americans to help them cope with the economic fallout of the pandemic, but now that tax season is approaching, some people could find they owe some of the money back.
Matt Gaetz to rally Trump faithful to boost MAGA backlash in Liz Cheney's backyard
Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida will rally the Trump faithful in Wyoming on Thursday, hoping to bring a MAGA backlash to GOP Rep. Liz Cheney's backyard after she voted to impeach the former President for his role in inciting the riot at the Capitol.
Biden to sign executive orders expanding access, strengthening Obamacare through special enrollment period
President Biden plans to sign two executive orders Thursday aimed at getting more Americans signed up for health care by reopening the federal Health Insurance Marketplace during a special enrollment period of the Affordable Care Act.
Biden to sign memorandum reversing Trump abortion access restrictions
President Joe Biden will sign a presidential memorandum on Thursday to reverse restrictions on abortion access domestically and abroad imposed and expanded by the Trump administration, according to the Biden administration.
Biden will sign executive order to reopen Affordable Care Act enrollment
President Joe Biden will reopen enrollment on the federal Affordable Care Act exchanges on Thursday as part of a series of executive actions related to health care, taking a step to help uninsured Americans that his predecessor rejected.
Republican Rep. Kinzinger: I voted to impeach 'knowing ... it could very well be terminal to my career'
Rep. Adam Kinzinger is willing to lose his seat over his vote to impeach then-President Donald Trump, the Illinois Republican told CNN's David Axelrod during an episode of "The Axe Files" podcast released Thursday.
Heritage Minister has final report into allegations of harassment at the Canadian Museum of History
News/Politics: Internal problems at the Canadian Museum of History are expected to be resolved in coming days, now that an investigation into the conduct of long-time CEO Mark O’Neill has been completed.
Trudeau doubles down on promise of vaccines for all Canadians by fall. Is that still a realistic target?
News/Politics: Despite the temporary shutdown of a Pfizer plant in Belgium and threats from the EU to limit export of COVID-19 vaccines, Canada will likely have enough doses by the fall to inoculate every Canadian, experts say. Whether every Canadian will have received a shot by that time may be more of a challenge.
Ottawa to lay groundwork for new Indigenous health legislation
News/Politics: The federal government will cap two days of meetings this week meetings into eliminating anti-Indigenous racism in the health-care system by announcing plans to begin co-developing new legislation to overhaul Indigenous health, according to sources who spoke to CBC News.