Former Rep. Max Rose Running For Congress AgainRep. Nicole Malliotakis ousted Rose in 2020 in the swing 11th Congressional District, which encompasses Staten Island and southern Brooklyn.
Biden Signs Government Funding Bill To Prevent ShutdownThe stopgap measure, known as a continuing resolution, passed the Senate in a bipartisan vote of 65 to 35, overcoming the 60-vote threshold needed for approval.
Pelosi, Progressives Headed For Clash Over Bipartisan Infrastructure BillHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi and progressive lawmakers in the House are headed for a face-off with a vote this week on the bipartisan infrastructure bill.
Man Surrenders After Claiming To Have Bomb Near CapitolThe man who claimed to have bomb in a pickup truck near the U.S. Capitol has surrendered to law enforcement, ending an hourslong standoff on Thursday.
Capitol Police Detail Violence, Injuries As Hearings Begin Into Jan. 6 InsurrectionThe House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot held its first hearing Tuesday, hearing from law enforcement officers tasked with defending the Capitol that day.
Biden Declares 'It's Good To Be Back' In Speech That Highlights Ambitious PlansPresident Joe Biden delivered a hopeful message to America in his first address before a joint session of Congress as he touted his recovery plans and even more ambitious proposals.
Brendan Hunt, Accused Of Threatening To Kill Members Of Congress, Testifies His Posts Were Just 'Online Blather'He testified that often posting what he calls "controversial content and clickbait."
AOC Staffer Daniel Bonthius Takes Stand At Trial Of Brendan Hunt, Accused Of Threatening To Kill Members Of CongressWere they just online rants or legitimate threats? That's what a jury is trying to decide as the trial of Brendan Hunt from Queens resumed Monday.
House Committee Holds Hearings On Dueling Bills Regarding Puerto Rico's Potential StatehoodWhen it comes to cultural pride, Puerto Ricans are strongly united, but much less so when it comes to the future of the island, currently a territory of the U.S.
House Approves $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package, Sending Bill To BidenThe House approved the final version of President Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill on Wednesday, handing the new president a significant legislative victory as he works to stabilize an economy still struggling to rebound from the depths of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Live Updates: Congressional Hearing On Security Failures At U.S. Capitol AttackThe Senate Rules Committee and Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee are holding the joint hearing with four key officials.
Senate Finds Trump Impeachment Trial Constitutional On First Day Of Proceedings The Senate voted to move forward with former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial on Tuesday, with a majority of senators determining they have jurisdiction to place former presidents on trial in cases of impeachment.
House Democrats Advance Measure To Strip Marjorie Taylor Greene From CommitteesHouse Democrats are moving forward on a resolution to strip freshman GOP Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia of her committee assignments.
Patients Caught In Middle As UnitedHealthcare Drops Montefiore Health System Amid Contract NegotiationsUnitedHealthcare and Montefiore were in negotiations for a new contract when the old one expired. United says it offered to extend the current one for five months while they negotiated, but Montefiore said no.
Representatives Andrew Garbarino, Nicole Malliotakis Among Freshman Republicans Pledging To Work Together With Democrats, President BidenBoth lawmakers feel they can find common ground fighting COVID and supporting infrastructure projects that are badly needed in the state.