Hundreds of immigrants, children of immigrants and allies rallied near the Washington Monument Wednesday, hopeful that changes in the White House and Congress will lead to their long-sought goal of immigration reform.
A look at Wednesday's paper: –'Unity' may prove elusive in Washington: The White House and the GOP differ on finding bipartisanship. –Capitol Police stockpiled riot gear. Where was it? The agency spent millions on equipment and training.
The streets of Washington D.C. remained uncharacteristically quiet on Wednesday as Joe Biden and his family entered the White House for him to begin his tenure as President. LBC Correspondent@KateFisherTV has the latest.
Donald Trump revokes ethics ban on aides as he exits Washington: Outgoing US President Donald Trump, who won the White House in part by promising to "drain the swamp" of Washington political manoeuvering, on Wednesday revoked his executive order barring…
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VIDEO: Hardline supporters of US President Donald Trump rally by the Washington Monument outside the White House in a bid to pressure Congress into rejecting Democrat Joe Biden's victory certification. Trump is set to address the crowd later Wednesday.
Americans have made clear the one thing they need quickly: financial relief from Washington. “The Senate has already passed a $2 trillion bailout after an agreement with the White House. The House could have voted on the bill Wednesday but it didn’t.”