One of the most significant (and often abused) clauses in the U.S. Constitution is the "Necessary and Proper" Clause.
On Monday's "Wake Up America," Devin Nunes revealed why he resigned from Congress to be CEO of Trump Media and Technology Group, and reacted to the latest news from the trial of fmr. Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann.
Will The First Public UFO Hearing In Congress In 50 Years Help Set The Stage For A Great Delusion Of Epic Proportions?
Congress last held a hearing on reports of UFOs -- unidentified flying objects synonymous with space aliens -- in the 1960s, and even in the realm of fiction, Scully and Mulder of "The X-Files" seem to have retired.
The House Intelligence Committee's subcommittee on counterterrorism, counterintelligence, and counterproliferation is set to hold a public hearing next week on unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), also known as UFOs, marking the first time such a h
Last Tuesday at 10 PM the House of Representatives voted (368-to-57) for a bill that had been cobbled together just that morning, to spend $40 Billion on aid to US government agencies and military industries, err, Ukraine.
Tens of billions, soon to be much more, are flying out of U.S. coffers to Ukraine as Americans suffer, showing who runs the U.S. Government, and for whose benefit.
Fox News host voices his concerns about lawmakers prioritizing solving Ukraine's problems over America's on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.
For the 2023 fiscal year, President Biden requested a massive $813 billion military budget, about a 4% increase from the $782 billion that was approved for 2022. But for hawks in Congress, it's not enough.
Congressman Matt Gaetz returned to Fox News on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to discuss the yearlong Deep State smear campaign against him, how the fraudsters who attempted to exploit his family have been indicted, and Gaetz's submission of Hunter Biden's
White House officials Monday said Congress must allocate another $22.5 billion in COVID pandemic relief to avoid imminent cuts to treatment and vaccine availability...
With Americans still in shock over jaw-dropping, rising gas prices, a few proposals have floated around Congress and elsewhere about offering some relief to drivers.
In an emotional appeal that left some members of Congress with tears in their eyes, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky repeated his plea that U.S. officials impose a "no-fly zone" over his country.
Update(10:14ET): Zelensky was greeted in his virtual address with standing ovations by a full body of lawmakers from the House and Senate before before and after the speech. It was broadcast live on all major US networks, and as fully expected he mad
For years, Congress has dispensed with the pretense of informed legislative process when it comes to major bills and appropriations.
Presents evidence to Congress that officials carried out 'greatest fraud' in history
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., was sharply criticized by fellow lawmakers on both sides of the aisle Thursday after saying that the "only way" to end the crisis in Ukraine is for Russians to assassinate President Vladimir Putin.
Joe Biden is asking Congress for another $10 billion for Ukraine, which is in addition to the $6.4 billion President Biden asked Congress for last week.
Moscow and Beijing have been keeping each other abreast of their plans in the leadup to the Ukraine attack, according to two lawmakers.
On Friday, the White House asked Congress for $6.4 billion for military and humanitarian aid for Ukraine and to help US allies in Europe to bolster their security in response to Russia's attack on Ukraine.
The last time President Joe Biden addressed a joint session of Congress, he said the country was "ready for takeoff" after a period of plague and strife.
The Frontline COVID-19 Critical Care (FLCCC) team has operated on the frontlines during the virus outbreak.
Guests: Reps Thomas Massie, Marjorie Taylor Greene
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Nebraska on Jan. 28 became the 17th state to push for a convention of states to make changes to the U.S. Constitution--an unconventional process that's never been used before.