Michigan's 'Uncommitted' Votes in Primary Sends Message to Biden
Michigan's 'Uncommitted' Votes in Primary Sends Message to Biden

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden both won their primaries in Michigan. A large turnout for ‘uncommitted’ votes is grabbing headlines. Trump earned 68 percent of Republican votes overall. In Marquette Cou

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Biden Meets with Congressional Leaders Days Before Shutdown Deadline
Biden Meets with Congressional Leaders Days Before Shutdown Deadline

Today, President Joe Biden and the VP met with leaders of Congress just days ahead of a deadline to avoid a partial government shutdown. According to Biden in the afternoon meeting, Friday’s deadline is urgent and so is sending aid to Ukraine

Many Arab American Voters in Michigan's Primary Could Choose 'Uncommitted' Over Biden
Many Arab American Voters in Michigan's Primary Could Choose 'Uncommitted' Over Biden

WASHINGTON, D.C. - All eyes are on Michigan for their primary elections. One area people are looking at in Michigan is how Democratic voters in that state will vote. Political scientists believe President Biden will still win the Democratic primary in Mic

February 27th, 4:13 PM EST
Despite Tough Loss in SC, Haley Vows to Remain in Race as She Looks for Momentum in MI
Despite Tough Loss in SC, Haley Vows to Remain in Race as She Looks for Momentum in MI

Despite a double-digit loss for Nikki Haley in her home state of South Carolina on Saturday, the former UN Ambassador has vowed to remain in the race. The 20-point victory for former President Donald Trump, also appears to be costing the Haley campaign. 

What to Expect in Saturday's South Carolina GOP Primary
What to Expect in Saturday's South Carolina GOP Primary

Tomorrow’s GOP primary in South Carolina could set the tone for the remainder of the Republican race for the White House. Former President Donald Trump is going head-to-head with his former UN Ambassador, Nikki Haley.  

Ahead of Two-Year Anniversary of Russia's War in Ukraine, Biden Unveils Additional Sanctions
Ahead of Two-Year Anniversary of Russia's War in Ukraine, Biden Unveils Additional Sanctions

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Saturday will mark two years of Russia’s war in Ukraine. The Ukrainian people have pushed back Vladimir Putin's attempts to take over the whole country. But the fight continues. We spoke with officials at the State Department ahea

February 23rd, 2:45 PM EST
Election Officials Prep for 2024, Focus on Ensuring Election Integrity and Poll Worker Safety
Election Officials Prep for 2024, Focus on Ensuring Election Integrity and Poll Worker Safety

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Just like the 2020 election, we can expect this upcoming election to be another Biden-Trump match up. Before voters head to the polls, election officials are looking into how they can reassure the public the election is safe and secure.

February 22nd, 2:56 PM EST
Dozens of Members to Leave Congress This Year, Several Point to Dysfunction
Dozens of Members to Leave Congress This Year, Several Point to Dysfunction

The 118th Congress is one of the most unproductive in decades, leading many lawmakers, especially in the House, headed for the doors. At the conclusion of this 118th Congress later this year, nearly 50 House members will have called it quits. 

US to Impose Additional Sanctions on Russia
US to Impose Additional Sanctions on Russia

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Ahead of the second anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the White House announced they’re ready to unleash additional sanctions on Russia. But they are keeping quite on what those sanctions looks like. The President to

February 21st, 3:39 PM EST
Death of Putin’s Top Dissident Puts Ukraine Aid in the Spotlight
Death of Putin’s Top Dissident Puts Ukraine Aid in the Spotlight

The death of Alexei Navalny on Friday has renewed the push to fight back against Russian president Vladimir Putin and aid for Ukraine. $60 billion in aid for Ukraine is awaiting action in the House and many are calling on Republican leaders to act. 

US Blocks Another United Nations Resolution Calling for Ceasefire
US Blocks Another United Nations Resolution Calling for Ceasefire

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The US has blocked a United Nations Security Council resolution calling for a ceasefire in Gaza. Instead, the US is offering a different proposal for the conflict between Israel and Hamas. The US told other members they are looking for

February 20th, 4:38 PM EST
Congressional Ukraine Caucus Advocates for Ukraine Support
Congressional Ukraine Caucus Advocates for Ukraine Support

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Next Saturday marks two years of Russia’s invasion in Ukraine. While the war continues, experts warn Ukraine is running out of ammo and hope the US and our allies continue to help them push back against Russia. We’ve seen fi

February 16th, 4:27 PM EST
House Committee Subpoenas Harvard University During Investigation Into Antisemitism
House Committee Subpoenas Harvard University During Investigation Into Antisemitism

Following a tense hearing on Capitol Hill in December, lawmakers continue to press Ivy League universities about antisemitism on their campuses. Today, the House Committee on Education and the Workforce issued subpoenas to leaders at Harvard University

Top National Security Officials Meet with Congressional Leaders About "Serious" but "Not Immediate" Threat
Top National Security Officials Meet with Congressional Leaders About "Serious" but "Not Immediate" Threat

The national security threat, first made aware to the public yesterday, has to do with Russia's space capabilities, specifically a Russian anti-satellite system. Lawmakers say the classified information is significant, but not a cause for panic.

Special Counsel Requests Supreme Court to Allow Trump's Election Case to go to Trial without Delay
Special Counsel Requests Supreme Court to Allow Trump's Election Case to go to Trial without Delay

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Supreme Court could decide if the trial for the 2020 election interference case against former President Donald Trump should be delayed or not. It’s one of four criminal cases against the former president. Special Counsel Jack

February 15th, 2:19 PM EST
What a Democratic Victory in NY Special Election Means for a Narrowly Divided U.S. House
What a Democratic Victory in NY Special Election Means for a Narrowly Divided U.S. House

The Congressional seat of former Representative George Santos was flipped by Democrats in a special election yesterday. The win for Democrats narrows an already razor-thin majority for House Republicans. 

Future of Senate's Foreign Aid Package Looks Grim in House
Future of Senate's Foreign Aid Package Looks Grim in House

WASHINGTON, D.C. - On Tuesday, the House impeached Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. Republicans said the Secretary has failed to stop the crisis at our border. Democrats argue Republicans had a chance to address the border issue as part of

February 14th, 3:04 PM EST
What's at Stake in Congress with New York's Special Congressional Election
What's at Stake in Congress with New York's Special Congressional Election

WASHINGTON, D.C. - A couple of months ago the House voted to expel New York Republican Representative George Santos after an ethics report accused him of breaking the law. New York voters will decide who should replace him. It’s a seat that is being

February 13th, 6:29 PM EST
County Executive Leads Conversation on Economic Development, Investment at Conference in D.C.
County Executive Leads Conversation on Economic Development, Investment at Conference in D.C.

County government officials are in Washington, D.C. this week for the national association of counties (NACo) annual conference. The conference and expo is the largest meeting of county elected and appointed officials from across the country.

February 12th, 6:55 PM EST
Experts, Policymakers Discuss Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Politics and Elections
Experts, Policymakers Discuss Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Politics and Elections

Experts and policymakers are considering how to safely integrate artificial intelligence (A.I.) into everyday life. However, there are a lot of questions surrounding the evolutionary technology...

Senate Hones in on Ukraine and Israel Aid, Hopes to Send Bill to House Next Week
Senate Hones in on Ukraine and Israel Aid, Hopes to Send Bill to House Next Week

On Thursday, the U.S. Senate cleared a crucial 60-vote-threshold to advance $95.3 billion in aid for Ukraine, Israel and others. But today, it became clear the bill still faces hurdles, especially in the Republican-led House. 

Congress Takes Close Look at American Aviation Amid Worker Shortages, Recent Incidents
Congress Takes Close Look at American Aviation Amid Worker Shortages, Recent Incidents

This week, the House Aviation Subcommittee took a closer look at the state of American aviation. The head of the Federal Aviation Administration answered questions about recent incidents, staffing shortages, aircraft maintenance, close-calls and much more

Supreme Court Heard Arguments in Trump's Ballot Eligibility Case
Supreme Court Heard Arguments in Trump's Ballot Eligibility Case

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The nine Supreme Court Justices are wading in uncharted legal territory. They heard arguments in whether former President Donald Trump is ineligible for another term in office because of his conduct surrounding the 2020 election results

February 8th, 4:42 PM EST
Senate Border Deal Crumbles as Frustration Mounts on Capitol Hill
Senate Border Deal Crumbles as Frustration Mounts on Capitol Hill

Today, the bipartisan border deal, a product of months of negotiations, crashed and burned in the Senate. Both sides are pointing the finger at one another as frustration grows on Capitol Hill. 

EXCLUSIVE: Nikki Haley Speaks to Erie News Now on Campaign
EXCLUSIVE: Nikki Haley Speaks to Erie News Now on Campaign

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Republican Presidential candidate Nikki Haley suffered a huge loss in Nevada after voters chose ‘none of these candidates’ over Haley. Haley has lagged behind former President Donald Trump in the race for the Republican nomi

February 7th, 4:40 PM EST
House GOP Falls Short in First Vote to Impeach Mayorkas
House GOP Falls Short in First Vote to Impeach Mayorkas

A vote to impeach Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas failed in the House Tuesday evening. The vote occurred after weeks of a Republican-led effort to impeach Mayorkas over his handling of the southern border.  

PA Senators Share Frustration on Dwindling Border Deal
PA Senators Share Frustration on Dwindling Border Deal

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Soon after a bipartisan group of Senators released the much-anticipated border bill which includes aid for Ukraine, the Indo-Pacific and Israel, it’s now looking like the bill is already dead in the Senate. A handful of GOP Senato

February 6th, 4:14 PM EST
House GOP Not on Board with Senate Border Package
House GOP Not on Board with Senate Border Package

After months of negotiations, senators have finally unveiled a 370 page legislative package to address the southern border. The bipartisan deal, announced and unveiled Sunday, faces a tough uphill battle to get through both chambers of Congress

Cybersecurity Experts, Lawmakers Say U.S. is at War in Cyberspace
Cybersecurity Experts, Lawmakers Say U.S. is at War in Cyberspace

The House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party heard testimony from the FBI and cybersecurity experts about threats to America. They say the US is at war in cyberspace and that personal and business data of Americans are at risk.  

Congressional Members Share Thoughts on Two-State Solution for Israel, Palestine
Congressional Members Share Thoughts on Two-State Solution for Israel, Palestine

WASHINGTON, D.C. - It’s been nearly five months since Hamas attacked Israel. Since then, the fighting has continued which has displaced nearly two-million people in the Gaza Strip. Some congressional members are pushing for a two-state solution in h

February 2nd, 3:10 PM EST