Americans could hear for the first time Tuesday why intelligence and operations failed dramatically on January 6 from the very people whose choices contributed to the crisis -- information that will likely help shape the search for new leaders and possibly a new security management structure on Capitol Hill.
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Canadian lawmakers have overwhelmingly approved a non-binding motion accusing China of committing genocide against its Muslim minorities in the western region of Xinjiang, further straining ties between the two countries.
If approved, the measure would give the legislature the "sole authority to appoint the presidential electors who will cast this state's votes in the electoral college."
Water service remained disrupted for nearly a third of Texas residents Sunday evening, a lingering consequence of the widespread power outages from devastating winter weather and an unprepared infrastructure.
For the first time in its 130-year history, Wyoming has a Black sheriff.
President Joe Biden has approved a major disaster declaration for Texas, unlocking more federal resources to assist the state struggling to recover from deadly winter storms.
Sen. Bernie Sanders argued Saturday that raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour isn't "incidental" to the federal budget, despite skepticism from Capitol Hill and the White House of its future in the President's Covid-19 relief package.
Right now, if an officer uses deadly force, their own department conducts the investigations, which justice reform advocates say shows bias.
One of the state's few Black lawmakers introduced the proposal to make every third Tuesday in January a nonlegal holiday.
The Biden administration is leaning on the Federal Emergency Management Agency to help state and local authorities combat domestic extremism i…