Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Global Citizen Live

Meghan Markle Writes a Letter to U.S. Congress Advocating Paid Parental Leave

The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, writes an open letter to the U.S. Congress advocating for paid parental leave.
Donald Trump Files Lawsuit Blocking Handover of January 6 Documents to Congress

Donald Trump Files Lawsuit Blocking the Handover of January 6 Documents to Congress

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.
Mark Zuckerberg Hits Back at Facebook Whistleblower, Says Claims 'Don't Make Any Sense'

Mark Zuckerberg Hits Back at Facebook Whistleblower, Says Claims 'Don't Make Any Sense'

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has refuted whistleblower Frances Haugen's claims, saying many of these allegations "don't make any sense."
Biden Administration Asks More Than $30B to Congress for Refugees from Afghanistan, Natural Disasters

Biden Administration Asks More Than $30B to Congress for Refugees from Afghanistan, Natural Disasters

Biden administration asks Congress for more than $30 billion in funds for Afghanistan refugees and natural disasters.
Pres. Joe Biden’s Administration, Congress Fail to Extend Eviction Moratorium

Pres. Joe Biden’s Administration, Congress Fail to Extend Eviction Moratorium

An eviction moratorium has lapsed after President Joe Biden's administration, and Congress failed to win an extension.
After CDC Revises Mask Recommendations, White House Mandates Use

Masks Return to White House, U.S. House Based on CDC's Reversed Guidance

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.
Congress Passes a Bill That Will Make ‘Juneteenth’ a Federal Holiday

Congress Passes a Bill That Will Make 'Juneteenth' a Federal Holiday

A bill that will make Juneteenth an official federal holiday was passed by Congress, now on its way to the president's office.
Alyssa Milano Is 'Considering' Congressional Run Against Rep. Tom McClintock of California's 4th District in 2024

Alyssa Milano Is 'Considering' Congressional Run Against Rep. Tom McClintock of California's 4th District in 2024

Actress-activist Alyssa Milano is "considering" a congressional run against Rep. Tom McClintock of California's 4th District in 2024.
Pres. Joe Biden Gets Criticized by Congress After Lifting Sanctions on Russian Gas Pipeline

Pres. Joe Biden Gets Criticized by Congress After Lifting Sanctions on Russian Gas Pipeline

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 Psaki Briefs Media

White House Says Next Stimulus Checks Depends on the Congress

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.
El Salvador Congress Brews Concerns Over Top Judges Ousting

El Salvador Congress Brews Concerns Over Top Judges Ousting

El Salvador's Congress voted to oust top judges from their Supreme Court; Brewed International Concerns
Peru Congress Bans Ex-President Over Vaccine Scandal

Peru Congress Bans Ex-President Over Vaccine Scandal

Peru's Congress banned the former president and two other ministers for holding office, following the vaccine scandal.
House Passes $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill, Here's What's Next

House Passes $1.9T COVID Relief Bill, Here's What's Next

The House of Representatives passed President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill on Wednesday with a final vote of 220-211.
Pres. Joe Biden

Biden To Push Congress for New $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Relief

The Biden administration is set to push Democratic and Republican lawmakers for a new $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill to avert an economic crisis.
House Moves To Override Trump's Veto of Defense Bill

House Moves To Override Trump's Veto of Defense Bill

The House of Representatives moved to override President Donald Trump's veto of a defense bill, setting the stage for the first-ever veto override in the Trump presidency.
Poll: 75% of Voters Say Stimulus Check Amount Too Low

Fact Check: Did Members of Congress Earn $100K Each During Debates on Stimulus Checks?

A popular tweet claimed that members of the U.S. Congress each earned $100,000 during the time they were debating the amount of stimulus checks. Here's what we know.
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