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Day two of Kevin McCarthy's bid to become US House Speaker to begin
House Republicans will open the second day of the new Congress much like the first - with leader Kevin McCarthy trying to become House speaker.
US Congressman-elect George Santos admits lying about his career
A Republican, who is due to take his US House of Representatives seat in January, has admitted that he lied about his job experience and college education.
House Committee blames Trump for sparking Capitol riots
Bipartisan House committee report blames Donald Trump for sparking Capitol riots and recommends he be barred from holding office pending criminal investigations.
Watch: Volodymyr Zelenskyy's historic visit to Washington
The president of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy visited the White House on Wednesday before addressing the US Congress.
Zelenskyy thanks 'every American' in a rousing Congress speech
The Ukrainian president's first known trip outside his country since Russia invaded in February was aimed at reinvigorating support for his country at a time when there is concern that allies are growing weary of the costly war.
Zelenskyy gives historic speech to US Congress
Ukraine's President Zelenskyy offered thanks to Presdient Biden and gave Congress a report from the front lines during an historic visit to Washington.
Trump’s tax returns could be made public
A US Congressional Committee voted to make public six years of Donald Trump’s tax returns. However, Republicans argue the decision could set up a dangerous precedent.
Donald Trump: US lawmakers consider 'insurrection' charges
The investigating committee will make their report public on Monday, and could recommend any charges at that time.
Republicans win control of House of Representatives with slim majority
Republicans secured the 218th seat needed to flip the House from Democratic control, but the full scope of the party’s majority remains unclear as votes are still being counted.
Watch: US Democrats win Arizona Senate seat
Democratic Senator Mark Kelly has won his bid for reelection in the crucial swing state of Arizona, defeating Republican venture capitalist Blake Masters.
Republican hopes of taking control of Congress hang in the balance
Control of Congress hung in the balance early Wednesday, with both parties notching victories in some of the most competitive races in a midterm election.
Steve Bannon sentenced to four months in prison for contempt
Steve Bannon, ally of former US President Donald Trump, was sentenced to four months in jail for failing to testify and provide documents to a committee probing the storming of the Capitol in 2021.
Donald Trump tried to join Capitol revolt, says ex-White House aide
Cassidy Hutchinson told the US committee investigating the 2021 insurrection that Trump rebuffed security warnings and tried to join protesters as they marched on the Capitol.
US president makes impassioned plea for ban on assault weapons
Ten days after 19 children and two teachers were massacred by a teenage gunman in Uvalde, Texas, US President Joe Biden has asked that "common sense" prevails in the debate on gun control legislation.
Biden on Russia in Ukraine: 'Freedom will always triumph over tyranny'
“In the battle between democracy and autocracy, democracies are rising to the moment,” the US president said in his State of the Union address.
Costumed US Capitol rioter Jacob Chansley jailed for 41 months
Carrying a spear and wearing a large fur hat with horns, Chansley was one of the first rioters to invade Congress on January 6.
US Congress pushes back as Donald Trump sues over Capitol riots probe
As the defeated president challenges the investigation into the January 6 insurrection by a violent mob of his supporters, a House committee is moving to hold ex-White House aide Steve Bannon in contempt.
US Congress hearing probes misinformation via social media algorithms
The hearing "Algorithms and Amplification", scheduled to go before Congress on Tuesday, is the first entirely focused on social media algorithms and how they may amplify misinformation.
Independent commission will investigate Capitol riots, Pelosi says
The US Congress will establish an independent commission to look into the deadly insurrection that took place in January at the Capitol.
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Europe's week: 'democracy is not a given, we have to protect it' says French MEP Loiseau
The political drama in the United States pushed the COVID situation out of the headlines – for a day or two. It also saw some soul-searching over whether the same divisions could be exploited in Europe.