Republicans remained on pace to likely wrest control of the U.S. House, even as Democrats picked up a few more victories in close races late Wednesday and into the day Thursday.
No GOP ‘Wave,’ But Republicans Could Still Gain Control of U.S. House
Jacob Fischler·November 9, 2022
WASHINGTON — Republicans fell short of their greatest ambitions for major gains in the U.S. House, with control of the chamber still in doubt early Wednesday.
Jackson: ‘I Do Not Believe that Any Child Should Be Made To Feel as Though They Are Racist’
Jacob Fischler·March 23, 2022
WASHINGTON – Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday sharpened their criticisms of U.S. Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson, probing her work as a public defender on behalf of terrorism suspects, the judicial sentences she has handed down for child pornography offenses, and her views of critical race theory.
U.S. House Democrats Condemn Boebert Remarks, Pass Anti-Islamophobia Bill
Jacob Fischler·December 15, 2021
by Jacob Fischler, Colorado Newsline