Sen. Josh Hawley Says He'll Introduce Legislation to Ban TikTok Nationwide
A similar bill was unveiled by other lawmakers in the House and Senate in the last Congress, but it was not considered in either chamber.
What Trump Did (and Didn't Do) During Capitol Riot: Top 5 Moments From Jan. 6 Hearing
From taking no action to adding “fuel to the flames,” the House select committee laid out former President Donald Trump’s movements during the U.S. Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021.
Sen. Hawley ‘Riled Up' Crowd Before Riot and Later Fled Capitol
Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Missouri, was seen outside the Capitol before things escalated raising his fist to the crowd outside. The Jan. 6 committee showed footage of Hawley running through the hallways of the Capitol escaping the riots later that day.
Why This Professor Said ‘People With a Capacity for Pregnancy'
Professor Khiara Bridges went viral this week after her exchange with Sen. Josh Hawley during a hearing on abortion rights. She called out the Missouri senator for transphobia after he questioned Bridges’ use of the term “people with a capacity for pregnancy.” That term is more inclusive of trans and nonbinary people who are capable of getting pregnant, explains Leslie...
Law Professor Calls Out Sen. Hawley for ‘Transphobic' Question
During a Senate judiciary hearing on abortion, law professor Khiara Bridges of UC Berkeley shut down questions from Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Missouri, deemed “transphobic” and “[opening] up trans people to violence.”
Biden Avoids Wading Into the Congressional Stock Trading Debate
As support grows for a ban on stock trades by members, the White House says Biden’s position is that the question should be left to Congress to decide.
Biden Picks Caroline Kennedy and Michelle Kwan to Be Ambassadors
Caroline Kennedy will be nominated for ambassador to Australia. MIchelle Kwan, a former Olympic skater and campaign aide, was tapped for ambassador to Belize.
Lawsuit: NRA Illegally Funded Trump, Other GOP Candidates
A federal lawsuit accuses the National Rifle Association of violating campaign finance laws by using shell companies to illegally funnel up to $35 million to Republican candidates, including former President Donald Trump, Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri and others