Washington Roundup: Reviewing The Electoral College
A number of blue states would be happy to see the electoral college go.
Once a week, David Hawkings, editor-in-chief of The Fulcrum, walks us through the biggest stories out of Washington, D.C. Top of mind right now: the future of the electoral college and what Congress is up to this week.
Biden, McCarthy to discuss debt limit in talks Wednesday
McCarthy said he wants to address spending cuts along with raising the debt limit, but said cuts to Social Security and Medicare are off the table.By Alex Brandon / AP
These young refugees are finding their way in America through soccer
Soccer Without Borders integrates language learning into soccer practices and provides a community for young refugees and immigrants.By Scripps News
Concerns over prayer breakfast lead Congress to take it over
The organizer and host for this year's breakfast will be the National Prayer Breakfast Foundation, headed by former Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark.By Patrick Semansky /AP
Barrett Strong, Motown artist known for 'Money,' dies at 81
Strong is known for his work on Motown classics like "Money," "I Heard It Through the Grapevine," "Papa Was a Rollin' Stone" and others.By Louis Lanzano / AP
Accused Pelosi attacker in jail: 'Sorry I didn't get more of them'
The man accused in Paul Pelosi's attack, David DePape, undermined his own defense during an interview from jail with a news reporter.By San Francisco Police Department / AP
Super Bowl 57: Chiefs, Eagles meet for title in Arizona
Kansas City will face Philadelphia in the Super Bowl on Feb. 12 in Glendale, Arizona.By Brynn Anderson / AP