Wednesday on Political Rewind: The U.S. House plans to vote tonight on a debt ceiling deal. Far-right Republicans could complicate the math of the agreement. Plus, Mike Pence cancels on Georgia's GOP convention. But first, an outpouring of support for former first lady Rosalynn Carter after her family reveals her dementia diagnosis.
Friday on Political Rewind: The GOP field grows as Tim Scott and Ron DeSantis announce their campaigns for the White House. Meanwhile, President Biden leads in a new CNN poll, but his approval numbers continue to drop. And the Supreme Court strikes a blow to the EPA with its ruling on the Clean Water Act.
As President Joe Biden seeks a second term in office, a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll shows that a majority of Americans are concerned about his mental fitness.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: A jury finds former President Trump liable of sexual abuse and libel in a civil case. The pandemic-era rule Title 42 will expire tomorrow, affecting immigration. And the Georgia Bulldogs punt their chance to go to the White House, declining an invite from President Biden.
As director of the White House Domestic Policy Council, Susan Rice had broad sway on the administration's approach to health care, immigration and racial inequality.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: A new bill proposed by U.S. House Republicans would restrict access to asylum and detain families, and children. President Biden has reinstated Trump-era border policies. The Dominion defamation suit against Fox News is underway. And Justice Clarence Thomas is under fire.
Friday on Political Rewind: We take a moment to look at our neighbors to the south as Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is getting set to visit Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina. He hasn't declared his bid for president, but he could block frontrunner Donald Trump from the 2024 Republican nomination.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: As Sine Die looms over the Dome, legislators scramble to pass several high-profile bills. Gov. Brian Kemp supported a school choice measure that critics say would rob public schools of much-needed funds. Sports betting and expanded hate crime bills also saw a second life. We also discuss a tragic school shooting in Nashville.
President Joe Biden's choice to run the Federal Aviation Administration has withdrawn his nomination, a setback for the administration that comes after he appeared to lack enough Senate support.
The career-civil rights lawyer and former California labor head would be the first Asian American to serve as a secretary in Biden's cabinet.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Tributes continue to pour in as former President Carter remains in hospice care. A new article from the Associated Press gives insights into the Fulton County special grand jury investigating the 2020 election.
Friday on Political Rewind: Released Atlanta police bodycam videos are stoking controversy over what happened the morning an activist was killed and a state trooper was wounded. Plus, Gov. Brian Kemp's inauguration featured a lavish ball, but his team won't reveal who paid for it.
The Biden administration is encouraging ordinary U.S. citizens to help resettle refugees, via the newly launched sponsorship program Welcome Corps in partnership with non-profit organizations.
Monday on Political Rewind: As we remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy today, our special panel will ask if we're living his dream in the modern day. Plus we discuss President Biden's visit to Ebenezer Baptist Church.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: A Korean solar panel manufacturer will open a $2.5 billion plant near Cartersville, adding to the list of clean energy businesses in Georgia. Stacey Abrams says she'll run for public office again on a talk show appearance. And we discuss classified documents in Biden's office.