Washington Roundup: McConnell Wants To Keep Confirming Judges, Quickly
The Senate was designed for discussion, but as The Firewall's David Hawkings explains, that tide has been turning.
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: Sen. Mitch McConnell wants to keep up the pace on confirming judicial nominees and the first quarter of fundraising comes to a close for Congress.
Her dad is a Russian Air Force pilot, she’s an anti-Putin activist
A Russian woman in Chicago leads a group of fellow exiles against Putin and his war.
Why President Biden won't comment on Trump's indictment anytime soon
Commenting on the indictment of former President Donald Trump could have different political implications for President Joe Biden.
Trump faces at least one felony charge, AP sources say
Two anonymous sources told the Associated Press that Donald Trump faces at least one felony charge. Scripps News has not confirmed any charges yet.
50% of US workers have a side job or some form of extra income
Consumers in the U.S. are doing what they can to adjust to inflation by creating extra sources of cash flow.
NBA, players reach deal for a new labor agreement
One part says players will have to appear in at least 65 games in order to be eligible for the top individual awards such as Most Valuable Player.
Pope Francis leaves hospital; 'Still alive,' he quips
In a sign of his improved health, the Vatican released details of Pope Francis' Holy Week schedule.