It's been 50 days since the Jan. 6 insurrection. And as lawmakers question law enforcement about what went wrong then, police are warning of another possible threat. The House has called off all votes Thursday as a precaution.
Law Enforcement Officials Warn Of Possible Plot To Breach Capitol
Police say they have intel that points to another possible threat at the Capitol.
Donald Trump set to testify again next month in his civil fraud trial
Finishing its second month, the trial is putting a spotlight on the real estate empire that vaulted Trump into public life and eventually politics.
Biden announces new White House council to strengthen the supply chain
President Biden cautioned companies against price gouging, emphasizing his administration's efforts to reduce costs for American families.
Rep. George Santos faces very rare expulsion vote
Santos could become just the third member of Congress in the last 160 years to be expelled.
Sandy Hook families offer to settle Alex Jones' $1.5B debt for $85M
The families offered that Jones either liquidate his estate and give the proceeds to creditors, or pay them at least $8.5 million a year for 10 years.
US military planes providing humanitarian aid for Gaza
The first of three military planes will arrive in Egypt today as additional humanitarian aid reaches Gaza amid a pause in fighting.
41 workers trapped in India tunnel for 17 days are on verge of rescue
Rescuers plan to pull the workers out through a passageway created with welded pipes that were pushed through dirt and rocks.