- 14 May 2021
- Fact Check
8 September 2020 - Credible reports that Trump called fallen soldiers "losers" and "suckers" were followed by incredible reports that he called a senator and veteran "Lieutenant Nolegs."
18 February 2021 - Thirty-four of the 100 U.S. Senate seats will be contested on Nov. 8, 2022.
31 July 2019 - A Senate committee approved the nomination of an Air Force general to become the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, largely discounting an aide's allegations that he had subjected her to unwanted sexual advances.
19 April 2018 - Tiny Maile Pearl made Senate history without making a sound
15 July 2020 - Carlson, who said the online commentary by Blake Neff had no connection to his show, said he would be taking the rest of the week off to go trout fishing.
25 September 2019 - Federal immigration authorities granted Miguel Perez Jr. a two-week parole into the U.S. for an immigration hearing.
4 September 2020 - The allegations, sourced anonymously in The Atlantic, describe multiple offensive comments by the president toward fallen and captured U.S. service-members.
30 January 2021 - Mark Frerichs was abducted in January 2020 while working in the country on engineering projects.
11 July 2019 - Members of Congress have raised questions about the allegations.
9 September 2019 - Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza has not been shy about bringing his baby to work, and in doing so has ignited a debate about the role of children in the workplace and cast a spotlight on the struggles of balancing a career and child care.
4 January 2021 - It was the first vote of the new Congress, which convened on Jan. 3 with COVID-19 guidelines requiring testing and face coverings for lawmakers.
21 August 2020 - U.S. Senate Bill 311 provoked widely shared social media posts that targeted Democratic and Independent senators in 2020.