Republican legislators around the country seek to strip governors and officials of emergency election powers
Republican legislators around the country are moving aggressively to strip governors and other officials of their power to change election rules -- after states made it easier to vote last year during the coronavirus pandemic and turnout surged to record levels.
Democrats open to partisan balance on Jan. 6 commission, but panel's scope still a sticking point
Congressional Democrats said Thursday that they would be open to an even partisan split for a commission to investigate the January 6 attack on the US Capitol, but a dispute over the panel's scope remained a key sticking point as Congress feuds over the creation of the independent commission.
Biden resets Saudi ties as US prepares to release intelligence report on Khashoggi's murder
President Joe Biden's reset of the US-Saudi Arabia relationship will take another step with the release of a long-awaited US intelligence report on the killing of Saudi insider turned dissident Jamal Khashoggi.