Congressional Republicans Rally Around Trump After Indictment
House GOP leaders reaffirm their pledge to investigate the Manhattan district attorney.
The Debate Around a Bill to Ban TikTok, Explained
The RESTRICT Act has bipartisan support, but critics say it may not work as intended.
Lawmakers Eye a Fix for Child Labor Problems
A new bipartisan bill would up civil fines for the first time in 85 years.
The House GOP’s Hunter Biden Investigation, Explained
Republicans have obtained evidence of suspicious payments and pledge to keep looking for more.
The House Majority Runs Through New York
Plus: Utah Republicans expect Mitt Romney to run for reelection.
The Cool Kids Are Wrong About TikTok
And, at least this once, Congress is right.
Refugee Admissions Still Slumping Under Biden
Lawmakers and advocates lament historically low numbers, despite the president’s promises to the contrary.
McCaul Pushes for State Department’s Afghanistan Docs
Plus: A researcher calls for Congress to sanction Xi Jinping.
House Republicans Leap to Trump’s Defense
Plus: The Senate considers ending a pair of war authorizations, and the China competition committee plans its next hearing.
The Social Security Impasse
A bipartisan group of senators ponders shoring up the program—but political will is limited.
SVB’s Political Fault Lines
Plus: Trump steps up his retail politics game and House Republicans demand answers over the unauthorized release of military records.
The Gaps Between the Law and Artificial Intelligence
The burgeoning AI industry is raising questions for which federal law has few answers.
House GOP’s Afghanistan Investigation Kicks Off
Members will examine the chaotic August 2021 evacuation of Afghan allies.
Lawmakers May Find Common Ground on a Sweeping Privacy Law
A bipartisan coalition in the House hopes the divided Congress can make a deal.
The Daunting Task the New China Committee Faces
A new House panel debuts with a prime-time hearing and questions about how to address threats from the Chinese government.