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: What to watch for as the impeachment inquiry moves to the House Judiciary Committee.
Washington Roundup: What To Know As The Impeachment Inquiry Continues
The House Judiciary Committee will host its first hearing in the impeachment inquiry Wednesday. Here's what you should know ahead of time.
Putin orders former Wagner commander take charge of 'volunteer units'
Wagner mercenaries have played a key role in Moscow's war in Ukraine, spearheading the capture of Bakhmut in May after months of fierce fighting.
Minimal progress made in budget deal on Thursday
None of the bills the House of Representatives voted on Thursday would make meaningful progress toward clearing the budget impasse.
Utah, Arizona to cover national parks if government shuts down
The economic impact of national parks is so important in Utah and Arizona that leaders there want to invest state funds to keep parks open.
Costco is now selling gold bars, and they're selling out quickly
The cost of the gold bars will vary, but customers say they have paid around $1,900 for one 1-ounce bar, which is on par with current prices.
US Sen. Dianne Feinstein, longest-serving woman senator, dies at 90
Feinstein was known for her independence and dedication to finding practical solutions for both California and the nation.
Millions brace for heavy rain, potential flash flooding in Northeast
The flood threat affects approximately 25 million people in the Northeast, from Philadelphia all the way up through Boston.