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With the debate over raising the federal minimum wage heating up, Senator Bernie Sanders is putting the spotlight on some of the nation’s largest employers and their pay practices in a hearing on Capitol Hill on Thursday.

"Ron Johnson's whitewash of the U.S. Capitol riot shows why Wisconsin's senior senator has to go" -- Editorial Board@journalsentinel 

When asked if he was complicit in the Capitol riots, Josh Hawley said, “No one who knows any of the facts alleges any such thing.” @chrislhayes : “I’m actually one of the people who knows the facts. Lots of people who know the facts do allege precisely that, Senator.”

In his first interview with News 4 since January, Missouri Senator Josh Hawley reiterated his confidence in his decision to contest the results of the presidential election, while also decrying the actions of the Capitol rioters.

Bipartisan support for removing barbed wire fencing at the Capitol after all-senator briefing. “That is a bunch of malarkey. They ought to tear these fences down and send them home today,” Burr says “The Capitol surrounded by razor wire sends a very bad message,” Kaine adds

Senator Ron Johnson: a man who supports the police so much, he says they are lying about who attacked the police in the Capitol.

A statue of segregationist Harry F. Byrd Sr., who served as Virginia's governor and a U.S. senator, will be removed from the state capitol grounds under a bill that won bipartisan final approval from lawmakers Tuesday.

Who is Ron Johnson? The pro-Trump senator sharing conspiracy theories about Capitol assault

Who is Ron Johnson? The pro-Trump senator sharing conspiracy theories about Capitol assault

A statue of segregationist Harry F. Byrd Sr., who served as Virginia's governor and a U.S. senator, will be removed from the state capitol grounds.

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Today’s presentations in the Senate impeachment trial of Donald Trump have been gut wrenching. The Capitol Police—including my detail and the entire force—are amazing. Every Senator and the whole country owe them a huge debt of gratitude.

Houston Chronicle to Ted Cruz: “those terrorists wouldn’t have been at the Capitol if you hadn’t staged this absurd challenge “We’re done w/drama, opportunism, cynical scheming that has now cost American lives “Resign and deliver TX from the shame of calling you our senator”

Eugene Goodman, the officer who helped guide Senator Mitt Romney to safety during the Capitol riot, will receive the Congressional Gold Medal, the highest honor of Congress, along with other Capitol Police and law enforcement personnel.

“I think [Ted] Cruz would want us to do this, so I think we’re good,” one of the Trump supporters who broke into the Capitol said, as he rifled through the Senator’s desk. Watch footage recorded by Luke Mogelson as he reported on the insurrection.

As Senators were hustled into the Capitol basement by uniformed police officers, Senator Mitt Romney, Republican of Utah, summoned a reporter. “This is what the president has caused today, this insurrection,” Romney said.

"I want him out." Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski is calling on President Trump to resign following the riots at the US Capitol, making her the first Republican senator to take that step.

Under the Constitution, there should be an investigation of any U.S. Senator or Representative who encouraged or participated in the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol of Wednesday, January 6, 2021.

Sen. @LindseyGrahamSC  just told a group of reporters in the capitol that he’s also spoken to Secretaries of State in Nevada and Arizona. This is in addition to the sos in Georgia. He said he’s doing it as a senator who is worried about election integrity. @pkcapitol  asked)

Everyone in the Capitol complex needs to be tested. Every Republican Senator or staff member who was in close contact with Trump needs to quarantine. No business should proceed in the Senate until we understand the scope of this crisis.

Every ten minutes a child dies from starvation in Yemen due to the war. Senate votes on Tuesday. Please spend 5 minutes calling your Senator. US Capitol switchboard at (202) 224-3121. A switchboard operator will connect you directly with the Senate office you request.

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