What to Expect in Biden's State of the Union Address
What to Expect in Biden's State of the Union Address

WASHINGTON, D.C. - President Joe Biden will deliver his State of the Union address. Last year he talked about unity and coming together as a nation and this year, political analysts expect Biden to do damage control from recent scandals. “One of the

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McCarthy, Biden Begin Talks on Debt Ceiling While Members Warn of Economic Crisis if U.S. Defaults
McCarthy, Biden Begin Talks on Debt Ceiling While Members Warn of Economic Crisis if U.S. Defaults

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Congress and the White House are facing a debt ceiling showdown. President Joe Biden and Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy met to begin discussions on this. Members are sounding the alarm about the economic implications if the US defa

February 2nd, 3:50 PM EST
House Oversight Hearing Focusing on Fraud, Misuse of COVID Relief Money
House Oversight Hearing Focusing on Fraud, Misuse of COVID Relief Money

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Government officials and lawmakers said billions of COVID-19 relief dollars were lost to fraud, abuse and some say mismanagement. That was the focus of the House Oversight Committee’s first full hearing. “We owe it to the Am

February 1st, 4:19 PM EST
Ending to COVID Emergency Declaration in May Could Mean Changes to Treatment, Vaccine Charges
Ending to COVID Emergency Declaration in May Could Mean Changes to Treatment, Vaccine Charges

WASHINGTON, D.C. - President Biden announced he plans to end the COVID public health emergency in May. It’s a symbolic shift that also means changes for people needing COVID testing and treatment. This announcement from the president was in part a r

January 31st, 3:33 PM EST
Smithsonian 'Castle' to Close for Years for Renovation
Smithsonian 'Castle' to Close for Years for Renovation

WASHINGTON, D.C. - If you’ve visited our nation’s capital there’s a good chance you walked around the national mall where the majority of museums are located. Starting in February, one of the most iconic buildings on that stretch will be

January 30th, 3:14 PM EST
U.S. Officials Reassure Lawmakers on Oversight, Accountability Amid Ukrainian Corruption Allegations
U.S. Officials Reassure Lawmakers on Oversight, Accountability Amid Ukrainian Corruption Allegations

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Next month will mark one year of Russia's war on Ukraine. Recently, President Biden announced the U.S. will send Abrams tanks to Ukraine to push back Russian forces. Following that announcement, concerns started rising after top Ukraini

January 27th, 3:12 PM EST
Democrats Slam GOP Plan to Impose National Sales Tax
Democrats Slam GOP Plan to Impose National Sales Tax

WASHINGTON, D.C. - A handful of House republicans are proposing getting rid of federal taxes, even the IRS and instead, have a national sales tax. The idea is getting backlash from democrats. It’s called the “Fair Tax Act of 2023’”

January 25th, 4:21 PM EST
Schumer, Democrats Continue to Push for Abortion Rights
Schumer, Democrats Continue to Push for Abortion Rights

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Democrats in congress are once again pushing for the right to an abortion. Last summer, the Supreme Court struck a ruling down which legalized abortions nationwide. Now they’re worried states will pass their own anti-abortion legi

January 24th, 4:23 PM EST
Classified Information Explained: Who Has Access, Safeguarding Storage
Classified Information Explained: Who Has Access, Safeguarding Storage

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Investigators found more classified documents in President Biden’s Delaware home over the weekend. This is the latest in a series of discoveries that has already led the DOJ to create a special counsel to investigate. According to

January 23rd, 3:48 PM EST
Erie Locals Travel to DC for March for Life Event
Erie Locals Travel to DC for March for Life Event

WASHINGTON, D.C. - People from coast to coast traveled to our nation’s capital for the March for Life event. It’s one of the largest anti-abortion events. We caught up with some locals who made the trip down to DC. The national mall was crowde

January 20th, 2:35 PM EST
Pentagon Hints Additional Ukraine Aid, Zelensky Vows to Take Back Crimea
Pentagon Hints Additional Ukraine Aid, Zelensky Vows to Take Back Crimea

WASHINGTON, D.C. - European countries have made recent announcements they’re sending additional aid to Ukraine. The Pentagon hints that the US could send more help to Ukraine as well. Recently, the UK and Estonia have made their own announcements of

January 19th, 4:06 PM EST
Criticism and Questions Continue about Biden's Classified Documents
Criticism and Questions Continue about Biden's Classified Documents

WASHINGTON, D.C. - President Joe Biden is facing harsh criticism for classified documents being found in his possession. Multiple sets of documents with classified markings including those from Biden’s time as vice president, were found at his home

January 18th, 3:35 PM EST
Lawmakers Pass Legislation Restricting Strategic Petroleum Reserve Sales to China
Lawmakers Pass Legislation Restricting Strategic Petroleum Reserve Sales to China

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are sending a clear message to China: we're not selling our oil to the Chinese Communist Party. Last week the House passed legislation restricting sales to the CCP. Some are calling it an issue of national secu

January 17th, 3:21 PM EST
DC Museum Shares "American History Through an African American Lens"
DC Museum Shares "American History Through an African American Lens"

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Reflecting and honoring the African American story is an essential part to our growth and understanding. That’s the goal for the National Museum of African American History and Culture in our nation’s capital. The museum its

January 16th, 2:31 PM EST
Security Experts Discuss Working in Ukraine, Outcomes with Russian Regime
Security Experts Discuss Working in Ukraine, Outcomes with Russian Regime

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Ukraine’s military is shutting down claims that Russia captured an eastern Ukrainian town. Ukrainian officials said the fighting is still ongoing there. Overall, experts believe the war could continue for a while. “I think U

January 13th, 3:25 PM EST
House Passes Two Anti-Abortion Measures
House Passes Two Anti-Abortion Measures

WASHINGTON, D.C. - One of the first priorities House republicans are taking up involve two anti-abortion measures. One would require that infants born alive after an attempted abortion get the same care as any newborn... And it also threatens medical prov

January 12th, 3:48 PM EST
Republicans Push to Keep Nine Supreme Court Justices Instead of Expanding the Court
Republicans Push to Keep Nine Supreme Court Justices Instead of Expanding the Court

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Should our highest court add more justices? That’s something House republicans are pushing back against. They’re endorsing legislation to keep the number of Supreme Court justices at the number of what it currently is. &ldqu

January 11th, 3:56 PM EST
House Creates Committees to investigate the "weaponization of federal government" and Committee on China
House Creates Committees to investigate the "weaponization of federal government" and Committee on China

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Following the days-long Speaker of the House of Representatives vote, republicans are now setting up their priorities for the new congress. They’re starting off the new congress by creating committees. The House voted mostly along

January 10th, 5:55 PM EST
Jan. 6 Committee Report Alleges Former Staff Member of Rep. Mike Kelly Involved in False Elector Scheme
Jan. 6 Committee Report Alleges Former Staff Member of Rep. Mike Kelly Involved in False Elector Scheme

WASHINGTON, D.C. - January 6, 2023 marks the second anniversary of the U.S. Capitol attack. Supporters of former President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol in an attempt to overturn the 2020 election results. Their efforts were unsuccessful but following

January 6th, 2:33 PM EST
House Continues to Vote on Speaker, Republicans Struggle to Agree on Leader
House Continues to Vote on Speaker, Republicans Struggle to Agree on Leader

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. House of Representatives is still deadlocked on electing a new Speaker of the House. The second day of voting for a new Speaker of the House was off to another shaky start after California’s Kevin McCarthy (R- CA) lost th

January 4th, 3:49 PM EST
Fetterman Sworn in as PA Senator, Chaos in House on Speaker Election
Fetterman Sworn in as PA Senator, Chaos in House on Speaker Election

WASHINGTON, D.C. - A new congress is underway. Lt. Governor John Fetterman was sworn into office as the new Pennsylvania Senator. However, the House got off to an unusual and chaotic start. For the first time in one-hundred years, a new Speaker of the Hou

January 3rd, 4:20 PM EST
What to Expect for New Shift in Power of Congress
What to Expect for New Shift in Power of Congress

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The power of congress will go through some major changes. On January 3, 2023, a new congress will be in session. It will bring a lot of change from the halls of the Capitol to northwestern Pennsylvania. The one constant is the Senate wi

January 2nd, 3:03 PM EST
Ukrainian President Addresses Congress, Asks for Continued Support
Ukrainian President Addresses Congress, Asks for Continued Support

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is in our nation’s capital. He met with President Biden and he delivered an address to congress. You can just feel the energy from President Zelensky’s visit at the Capitol. Many member

December 21st, 10:03 PM EST
Stories from Ukraine
December 20th, 7:49 PM EST
Donations Needed for Ukrainian Refugees Fleeing Their Homes in Eastern Ukraine
Donations Needed for Ukrainian Refugees Fleeing Their Homes in Eastern Ukraine

LVIV, UKRAINE - As the Russian invasion in Ukraine continue, our crew spent weeks this past year in Ukraine, Poland and England covering the war. One Ukrainian organization is helping those who needed to flee and are hoping people in the US can help make

December 20th, 1:13 PM EST
January 6 Committee Approves Four Criminal Referrals to DOJ Against Trump
January 6 Committee Approves Four Criminal Referrals to DOJ Against Trump

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Committee investigating the January 6, 2021 US Capitol attack made several criminal referrals to the Department of Justice against former President Donald Trump. “We propose the committee advancing referrals where the gravity

December 19th, 3:55 PM EST
Investigation Unveils Flaws in Federal Government Response to COVID-19 Pandemic
Investigation Unveils Flaws in Federal Government Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The COVID-19 pandemic devastated communities. More than a million of Americans died, businesses closed their doors and we’re still recovering from the impact of the pandemic. A congressional investigation unveils a slew of issues

December 16th, 1:28 PM EST
House Committee on Climate Crisis Unveils Final Report, Recommendations
House Committee on Climate Crisis Unveils Final Report, Recommendations

WASHINGTON, D.C. - When the new congress is in place next year, the House Select committee on the Climate Crisis will no longer be around. Before the Committee wraps up, they released a final report on what congress can work on to fight climate crisis. Th

December 14th, 5:21 PM EST
Congressional Hearing Focuses on Growing White Supremacy, Anti-Government Threat
Congressional Hearing Focuses on Growing White Supremacy, Anti-Government Threat

WASHINGTON, D.C. - According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, there are more than 700 hate groups in the U.S. including some based in Michigan. Congressional members on both sides of the aisle are concerned about the growing numbers of these groups. In

December 13th, 3:34 PM EST
Deadline to Fund the Government Approaches, Congress Still Working on Legislation
Deadline to Fund the Government Approaches, Congress Still Working on Legislation

WASHINGTON, D.C. - As the year is coming to an end, Congress faces important funding deadlines. Congressional members only have a few more days to figure this out before a government shutdown could happen right before the holidays. This includes money for

December 12th, 6:43 PM EST