At least nine in the House have vocalized their support for charging the president.
Greene has sponsored at least 10 articles of impeachment against President Joe Biden since he took office in January 2021.
A spokesperson for Comer told Newsweek that the witness is set to testify on Monday, July 31, after three failed attempts to get him to appear for a deposition.
A new poll shows that Jordan's efforts to portray the Justice Department of being biased toward the president's son could be working.
Some argue Biden should have done more to dissuade the crucial vote in Israel, while others warn that similar events could unfold under a Trump administration.
Republicans are ready to bring back the child tax credit, as long as it includes extending the benefit to unborn fetuses.
Hundreds of Americans have received emails notifying them about another round of direct payments. Here's what the Internal Revenue Agency says.
"Vivek Ramaswamy is now beating DeSanctimonious," Trump said in a Truth Social post on Thursday.
Cannon has set a trial date for the federal case less than six months before the 2024 election.
Derek Chauvin, who was sentenced to more than 22-and-a-half years for the murder of George Floyd, is appealing his conviction to the Supreme Court.
Asked about keeping senators on the Hill during the August recess, Schumer said, "We will see what happens."
More than 13,300 comments have been addressed to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, all calling for the same thing.
Three House Republicans representing communities that benefit from the Essential Air Service program voted to strike it down.
For the third time in the game's 31-year history, the jackpot reached the one billion dollar mark.
The House declined to add more flights to Washington Reagan National Airport, a proposal that four Senate Democrats staunchly opposed and vowed to fight.
Before Ziegler's identity was revealed, a former Trump aide had blamed him for the "lack of accountability" over the Hunter Biden probe.
Ginger Gaetz said she was "let down" by the movie, criticizing it for not focusing on family and faith.
Yeonmi Park, who has become a popular conservative figure in the U.S., responded to Tuesday's news of the American soldier who crossed into North Korea.
Monday's drawing was for the third-largest sum in Powerball history.
The president's new plans for student loan relief could hand him a "win-win" for 2024, political experts say.
GOP Representative Ralph Norman said he would support efforts in the House to block the president's continuing effort to forgive student debt.
Payments made by borrowers with a variable-rate, fixed-payment mortgage are going more towards interest than the loan, meaning longer amortization periods.
House Republicans took up one of the congresswoman's more controversial amendments to the must-pass National Defense Authorization Act on Thursday. 89 341
The president, who will turn 81 this year, has had a number of falls since taking office.
A January 6 Capitol rioter who is awaiting sentencing is asking the justices to stop the DOJ from trying to "chill political speech" before the 2024 election.
"Why would you pick Ukraine? Why not extend NATO to Russia and make it an anti-China alliance?" the GOP congressman said.
Representative Ken Buck told FBI Director Christopher Wray that he'll remain a registered Republican even as other GOP lawmakers attacked Wray on Wednesday.