Top Senate Republicans split on need to investigate secret DOJ subpoenas of Democratic lawmakers
The top two Senate Republican leaders were split Monday over the need for Congress to investigate secret Trump-era Justice Department subpoenas to two Democratic members of the House Intelligence Committee, both frequent critics of the former President.
Georgia's Fulton County under state investigation for allegedly violating ballot drop box form rules
Georgia Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has opened an investigation into Fulton County for allegedly violating state rules "requiring absentee ballot drop box transfer forms to be filled out," his office confirmed to CNN on Monday.
NSA leaker imprisoned for sharing report released to halfway house
A former government contractor who pleaded guilty to leaking classified information to the media has been released from prison to a halfway house after nearly four years of incarceration, her lawyer confirmed to CNN on Monday.
Arizona auditors near finish of hand recount as out-of-state GOP pilgrimages continue
Arizona's problem-plagued audit has finished its hand recount of most of the 2.1 million ballots cast in Maricopa County last November, with just braille ballots and those that had to be duplicated because they were damaged left to count, an audit spokesman said Monday.
Senate bipartisan infrastructure plan picks up steam but faces major hurdles ahead
Momentum is building in the Senate behind a $1.2 trillion infrastructure proposal, as liberals are showing a new willingness to accept the package with key assurances and Republican leaders predicting the potential of wide support within their conference.
NYPD captains union endorses Yang for mayor over ex-cop Adams
New York City Democratic mayoral candidate frontrunner Eric Adams was dealt a heavy blow in the race for his party’s nomination to replace outgoing Mayor Bill de Blasio when Yang was endorsed by the NYPD Captains Endowment Association.
House Republican presses bill to prevent Harris from traveling overseas before visiting the border
Iowa Republican Rep. Ashley Hinson appeared on the House floor Monday to press for legislation that would bar Vice President Harris from taxpayer-funded international travel until she visits the southern border first.
Marjorie Taylor Greene apologizes for 'offensive' Holocaust comparison after visiting Holocaust museum
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Monday apologized for her "offensive" comments comparing Capitol Hill mask-wearing rules to the Holocaust after visiting the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington.
Biden gives awkward fist-bump to Turkey’s Erdogan at NATO summit
President Biden on Monday offered an awkward fist-bump to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Belgium at the annual NATO summit Monday — as the Islamist strongman prepared to blast the U.S. leader for his recent recognition of the Armenian genocide.
Biden says NATO must protect against 'phony populism'
President Joe Biden on Monday called on foreign leaders to protect against those who prey on division and push "phony populism," asserting that it's up to democratic nations to prove to the world that democracy can prevail and autocracies cannot "deliver for the needs of our people."
Maya Wiley’s plan to turn phone booths into Wi-Fi hotspots failed miserably
City Hall hopeful Maya Wiley claims she delivered “universal broadband access” to New Yorkers as Mayor Bill de Blasio’s counsel, but a new report reveals that her deal to convert old telephone booths into free Wi-Fi hotspots fell far short of its goal.