Wednesday on Political Rewind: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene secured seats on two high-profile House committees. Will she bring her extreme views with her? Gov. Brian Kemp told the World Economic Forum that Georgia will be a pro-business powerhouse. Meanwhile, Republicans in both D.C. and Georgia aim to reshape tax policy.
The U.S. House has not chosen a speaker for the 118th Congress after six rounds of voting. It's the first time in 100 years that voting for a speaker has gone beyond one round, and those opposing Kevin McCarthy now hold the key.
Recent elections in Georgia have provided ample fodder for Democrats and Republicans reckoning with their respective party’s futures.
NPR's Scott Simon has worms. Hundreds of them. They live in a bin on his balcony and rejuvenate soil for flowers and vegetables. He talks about his admiration for the squiggly things.
More than 91% of American University's staff voted in favor of the week-long strike, according to the union.
The Washington, D.C.-based painter became famous for his Drape works — vibrantly painted pieces of fabric that he hung by clips and could never be presented the same way twice.
"I hope we can raise our voices to protect our right to have a safe abortion," the pop star said, prompting cheers from the audience.
They have been impersonating federal agents since early 2020, the FBI says. They allegedly offered favors to several Secret Service agents, including one assigned to the first lady's detail.
The labor union argues that nurses and other licensed healthcare professionals working at the hospital have been understaffed throughout the pandemic.
The planned three-day strike was called off early Wednesday after the faculty union and the Washington, D.C., university's administration reached a tentative agreement.
The artwork that once served as a memorial to the movement is being displayed in a new online exhibit at the Library of Congress. So far, 33 pieces are posted.
Hours after the team's announcement of its independent investigation, the NFL said the team "would not control the probe."
Alphonso David also said during contract negotiations HRC board members "acknowledged" that he was severely underpaid in comparison to his white predecessor "because of his race."
The big announcement ends 18 months of research, focus groups and fan submissions for the organization's new identity and brand.
Washington, D.C., is considered the highest-risk place for COVID infection in the nation. Data shows D.C. had 1,192 new cases per day and 169 cases per 100,000 in the seven-day period ending Monday.