Once a week, David Hawkings, editor-in-chief of The Firewall, walks us through the biggest stories out of Washington, D.C. Top of mind right now: Congress wraps up its first quarter and heads on break. But for many members, it's not a true "break."
Washington Roundup: 'Spring Break' For Congress Isn't Always A Break
Congress is on a break, but that doesn't necessarily mean members are sitting beachside while you go to work.
Rep. Matt Gaetz files to oust House Speaker Kevin McCarthy
The motion sets up a likely vote on whether McCarthy will keep the speakership, expected sometime later this week.
UN approves Kenya-led force to fight violence in Haiti
The resolution drafted by the U.S. was approved Monday with 13 votes in favor and two abstentions from Russia and China.
North Dakota state senator, his wife and 2 kids killed in plane crash
North Dakota state senator Doug Larsen and three of his family members died when their plane crashed shortly after takeoff.
Inside the largest toy fair in the western hemisphere
Toy Fair, in New York City, brings together not just toymakers but also investors, licensors and everyone who keeps the toy industry running.
Airlines estimate weight-loss drugs could save them millions
United Airlines said it estimates drugs like Ozempic could save the airline at least $80 million a year.
When to change away from Daylight Saving Time this year
You have about a month left before you need to worry about changing your clocks: In the U.S., Daylight Saving Time will end on Nov. 5.