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Nov 29 2023
The FBI on Wednesday confirmed to The Hill that one of its agents was carjacked near Capitol Hill. The agent reported that two suspects had seized the car around 3:45 p.m. and the Metropolitan Police Department subsequently confirmed the recovery of the vehicle after less than half an hour, The Hill reported. Both the MPD's Carjacking Task Force and the FBI's Washington Field Office areJust The News
Nov 28 2023
Hunter Biden offered to testify publicly before the House Oversight Committee in response to a subpoena from Republicans investigating his business dealing, according to a letter his lawyers sent to the committee Tuesday that NewsNation obtained.
The president’s son slammed the inquiry as a “fishing expedition” and refused to give closed-door testimony but said he would “answer anyNewsNation
Nov 29 2023
The allegation has been thoroughly litigated already. State Department officials debunked the claim in hours of testimony during the 2019 impeachment inquiry against former President Donald Trump, and again in a follow-up investigation by Senate Republicans the next year. They said it was their policy, not Joe Biden’s, to oust the prosecutor, and that it had nothing to do with Hunter Biden.HuffPost
Nov 17 2023
ELKINS, W.Va. — A crane hoisted the more than 60 foot Norway spruce carefully off a flatbed semi in Washington D.C. Friday morning and when it was gently lowered to the ground, it completed the U.S. Forest Service’s duty of delivering the People’s Tree to the U.S. Capitol. It was a remarkable journey from the hills to The Hill for the tree which was cut earlier this month off the MonongahelaWV Metro News
Oct 18 2023
CHS HILLOWEEN SUBSCRIBER DRIVE BOO! This is about as intrusive as we’ll get. No pledge breaks. No tote bags. Just a call for readers to please consider subscribing to CHS to help us pay writers and photographers to cover the neighborhood. Become a subscriber at $1/$5/$10 a month. Voodoo Doughnut is finally planning to come to Seattle at the base of Capitol Hill. Plans filed last week showCHS Capitol Hill Seattle News
Oct 03 2023
Cryptocurrency firms are at the cusp of a breakthrough vote for their regulatory agenda in Congress. They are wooing members of both parties, preparing an ad blitz to push their proposals and targeting swing state lawmakers for support.
But they have one inescapable problem: Sam Bankman-Fried.
Jury selection for the failed mogul’s fraud trial is set to begin Tuesday at a federalPolitico
Sep 30 2023
Representative Jamaal Bowman of New York was accused of deliberately pulling a fire alarm in a House office building this morning in the hours before a vote to fund the government and avert a shutdown. In a statement posted on X/Twitter, Bryan Steil, the chair of the House Administration Committee said “Bowman pulled a fire alarm in Cannon this morning. An investigation into why it was pulledNew York Magazine
Oct 25 2023
Rep. Jamaal Bowman, D-N.Y., has been charged after he pulled a fire alarm in a House of Representatives building amid a government shutdown threat on Sept. 30.
Bowman was charged with false fire alarm on Wednesday afternoon. His arraignment is scheduled for Thursday morning.
Fox News Digital has reached out to Bowman's congressional office.Fox News (Online News)
Oct 24 2023
House Republicans started out the day Tuesday nominating one of their own as House speaker, their third nominee in as many weeks since Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) was ousted from the job earlier this month. Keeping up with politics is easy with The 5-Minute Fix Newsletter, in your inbox weekdays. By the close of business, that nominee was done. Rep. Tom Emmer (R-Minn.) met the same fate asWashington Post
Oct 20 2023
A staff member for a U.S. senator was robbed at gunpoint Thursday night on Capitol Hill, and the senator denounced what she called “out of control” crime in the District. A staff member in the office of Sen. Kay Britt (R-Ala.) had just parked near 12th and E Streets NE when a man “pointed a black handgun to her face,” according to a police report. Police did not identify her as a senate staffWashington Post