A sharply divided House has approved the Democrats’ sweeping social and environment bill, a big victory for President Joe Biden.
The House voted Wednesday to censure Republican Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona for posting an animated video that depicted him killing Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with a sword, an extraordinary rebuke that highlighted the political strains testing Washington and the country.
The Democrats, led by the co-chairs of the Democratic Women's Caucus, say Gosar's posting "goes beyond the pale" and call it a "clear cut case for censure."
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., referred to Gosar as “a creepy member I work with” and said he “shared a fantasy video of him killing me.”
Congressman Andy Biggs is responding to a Rolling Stone report that alleges he and multiple members of Congress, including Rep. Paul Gosar, were involved in planning the January 6 attack at the Capitol. The article contradicts an FBI investigation that found no evidence the attack was planned or coordinated. Biggs denies the report, and FOX 10 has not heard back from Gosar.
Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., is co-hosting a fundraiser on July 1 with a purported Holocaust denier, according to an advertisement for the event.
Juneteenth commemorates June 19, 1865, when Union soldiers brought the news of freedom to enslaved Black people in Galveston, Texas — two months after the Confederacy had surrendered.
Democrats say the bill will be crucial to try to reconcile the trauma that many still feel after the Capitol siege. U.S. Capitol Police also say threats to members of Congress have more than doubled this year.
Rep. Andy Biggs denied any part in organizing the mob attack on the U.S. Capitol that left five people dead, saying the allegations against him are an "assault on my reputation."
In a letter to the FBI and the Department of Justice, Democrats in Arizona say there are claims that Congressmen Biggs and Gosar worked to organize the rally at the U.S. Capitol that led to a deadly riot.
Amid violent rioting at the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington D.C. as Electoral College votes are being counted, Arizona politicians are reacting to the latest developments.
The objection was made by Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar and was signed by Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. Both are Republicans. The two chambers now have two hours to debate the challenge.
As the nation deals with the aftermath of a riot in Washington D.C. by supporters of President Trump over baseless accusations of electoral fraud in the November presidential election, one Arizona congressman appears to be blaming Antifa supporters for the riot.
Moments after the Senate retired to its chamber, McConnell said overruling the presidential election would “damage our republic forever.”
In a letter to Congress, Vice President Mike Pence said he does not believe he has the "unilateral authority" to decide which electoral votes should be counted.
As the early ballot tabulation continues, the Maricopa County Elections Department provides the public with access to the elections process by offering live video feeds.
Trump is on a tour of battleground states during this week's Democratic National Convention. After visiting the border wall, Trump will deliver remarks on what the White House says is "Joe Biden's failures on immigration and border security."
The coronavirus is impacting members of Congress. Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar says he will be self-quarantining following coming in contact with a coronavirus patient "for an extended period of time" at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington, D.C.
Two more rural Arizona counties have declared themselves to be “Second Amendment sanctuary counties,” taking stances in favor of gun rights even as some supporters of the measures acknowledge they'll have no or little real legal effect.
DACA recipients are assuming prominent roles in the 2020 elections. They are becoming leaders in the Democratic presidential campaigns of Bernie Sanders and Tom Steyer and get-out-the vote groups in immigrant communities, using their shared language and culture to build trust.