Former U.S. President Donald Trump filed a lawsuit against the Congress select committee, led by the Democrats, to try to stop the documents related to the January 6 Capitol riot from being turned over to the panel.
After the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reversed their guidelines, masks were again required among members of the House in the United States Capitol due to the nationwide increase of COVID-19 cases. Meanwhile, the White House Correspondent's Association also required the reporters to wear face coverings, too.
Bipartisan opposition in Congress and appeals from Eastern European governments were voiced out when U.S. President Joe Biden's administration had decided to waive sanctions on the Russian gas pipeline to Germany.
White House press secretary for the Biden Administration, Jen Psaki shared that they will see what members of Congress propose. But the press secretary and the political advisor of United States President Joe Biden emphasized that those are not free.