On February 12 and 13, my wife and I celebrated Valentine’s Day early with our first vaccination shots against COVID-19. And after 11 months of even more togetherness than usual, we prepared to go back to seeing friends, Fridays at our local pizza
President Joe Biden’s first big legislative victory, the $1.9 trillion package he calls the American Rescue Plan, squeaked through an evenly divided Senate by the narrowest of margins, along party lines,
It’s one week now since all but five Republican Senators called former President Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial an unconstitutional exercise. It’s days before opening arguments will be delivered. And what’s become clear is that the quasi-legal
Pelosi, the top Democrat in Congress, vowed last week that the trial — already scheduled to open in the second week of February — should proceed, saying, “I don’t think it will be long, but we must do it.”
The result confirmed Democrats will struggle to persuade 17 Republican senators — the number needed for the required two-thirds majority — to vote to convict Trump.
Another day, another Rudy Giuliani conference — and though this one wasn’t sandwiched between a crematorium and an adult bookstore, it didn’t disappoint in terms of complete and utter farcical madness.
Bob Woodward’s half century in journalism has been bracketed by dramatic investigations into wrong doing by two US presidents seeking re-election. The first probe produced a series of articles in the Washington Post and the Pulitzer Prize book,
Donald Trump has, as expected, nominated arch-conservative Amy Coney Barrett to replace assertive liberal Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the US Supreme Court. Trump’s intention is to hold hearings on her suitability in the 100-member Senate,
We’re almost four weeks removed from an attempted coup at the US Capitol under the flag of Donald Trump. Republican leadership has closed ranks around the disgraced ex-president. Coup enthusiast Sen. Josh Hawley is mewling about wokeness.