Expulsion of a member of the House would require two-thirds of that legislative body to vote in favor of doing so.
A sweeping package of voting-rights, government-ethics and anti-corruption measures is at the top of Democrats’ agenda.
Donald Trump becomes the first president in U.S. history to be impeached twice during his tenure in office.
Sanders warned that failure to quickly deliver material aid could lead to electoral backlash akin to the 2010 midterms.
The president continued to peddle false claims of election fraud in announcing his support of an “orderly transition.”
A 50-50 tie in the Senate will be decided by Vice President-elect Kamala Harris in her role as president of the Senate.
Neither the Constitution nor federal law affords Vice President Mike Pence the right to reject electors’ votes.
Women broke barriers in the 2020 elections, both at the ballot box and as political donors.
The sprawling bill greenlights over $740 billion in military spending for fiscal year 2021.
This data comes as Congress passes a meager $600 relief check for ordinary workers.