Chris Inglis formally sworn in as national cyber director | TheHill
Former National Security Agency Deputy Director Chris Inglis was formally sworn in as the first White House national cyber director on Monday.
Democrats look to Georgia model ahead of 2022 Senate races | TheHill
Democrats are seeking to replicate the aggressive voter registration and mobilization program that propelled their recent wins in Georgia, seeing such an effort as their best hope for competing in a handful of Republica
House lawmakers reintroduce bipartisan bill to weed out foreign disinformation on social media | TheHill
Reps. Abigail Spanberger (D-Va.) and John Katko (R-N.Y.) on Friday reintroduced legislation intended to cut down on foreign disinformation and propaganda spread on social media, in particular following a spike in the content after the presidential election and during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Breonna Taylor grand jurors file impeachment petition against Kentucky attorney general | TheHill
Three grand jurors from the investigation into the police raid that killed 26-year-old Breonna Taylor are now calling for Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron (R) to be impeached over allegations that he mishandled the case.
Michigan man arrested for beating officer with hockey stick during Capitol riot | TheHill
A Michigan man has been arrested for beating a police officer with a hockey stick during the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Senate Democrats file ethics complaint against Hawley, Cruz over Capitol attack | TheHill
Seven Senate Democrats are asking the Ethics Committee to open an investigation into GOP Sens. Josh Hawley (Mo.) and Ted Cruz (Texas) over the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
Schiff says 'massive intelligence and security failure' led to Capitol breach | TheHill
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) on Sunday blamed a "massive intelligence and security failure" for the seizure of the U.S.
GOP senator: Trump 'committed impeachable offenses' | TheHill
Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.), who has played a leading role in opposing efforts to throw out the results of the 2020 election, on Saturday said President Trump has “committed impeachable offenses.”
Perdue concedes to Ossoff in Georgia | TheHill
Republican David Perdue conceded his loss in his Senate runoff election in Georgia on Friday, acknowledging Democrat Jon Ossoff as the winner.
Donor sues pro-Trump group over failure to prove voter fraud: 'Empty promises' | TheHill
A donor has sued a pro-Trump group for $2.5 million over “empty promises” after he says it failed to prove voter fraud in the presidential election.
McConnell pushed Trump to nominate Barrett on the night of Ginsburg's death: report | TheHill
Josh Holmes, former chief of staff to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), said in a new documentary that the Republican leader urged President Trump to nominate Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court on the night Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died.
Record number of ballots requested in Georgia runoff election | TheHill
A record number of absentee ballots are reportedly being requested for Georgia’s crucial Senate runoff races after the nation already broke records on mail-in voting for the Nov. 3 elections.
Biden will receive @POTUS Twitter account on Jan. 20 even if Trump doesn't concede, company says | TheHill
President-elect Joe Biden will receive the @POTUS Twitter handle as soon as he is inaugurated to the White House in January regardless of whether President Trump concedes before then, Twitter announced Friday.
GOP senator James Lankford(Okla.) says Biden should get access to intelligence briefings | TheHill
GOP Sen. James Lankford (Okla.) said on Wednesday that there was "nothing wrong" with President-elect Joe Biden getting intelligence briefings and pledged to "step in" if the former vice president doesn't have access by Friday.
Could Justice Amy Coney Barrett deliver the election to Trump? | TheHill
We may be on the road to having a president who is not elected by the will of the people, but by unelected judges.
Democrats seem unlikely to move against Feinstein | TheHill
Calls to remove Sen. Dianne Feinstein (Calif.) as the senior Democrat and potential next chairwoman of the Senate Judiciary Committee are being met with silence from her Democratic colleagues.
Commission approves rules to mute mics at final Trump-Biden debate | TheHill
The Commission on Presidential Debates has adopted new rules muting the microphones of President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden to give them two minutes of uninterrupted time at the beginning of each debate segment.
Lincoln Project launches $1M offensive against Trump in Texas | TheHill
The Lincoln Project on Tuesday launched a $1 million campaign against President Trump in Texas as Election Day looms.
Poll: 74 Percent Of Voters Want Senate To Take On COVID-19 Relief Before SCOTUS Nominee | TheHill
An overwhelming majority of voters believe the Senate should prioritize coronavirus relief over confirming Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds.
McEnany Tests Positive For COVID-19 | TheHill
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany tested positive for COVID-19, she said Monday, making her the latest person in President Trump's orbit to contract the virus.
Bloomberg Pays Fines For 32,000 Felons In Florida So They Can Vote | TheHill
Billionaire Michael Bloomberg has reportedly raised more than $16 million in an effort to help convicted felons in Florida register to vote.
Ginsburg To Lie In State In Capitol On Friday | TheHill
The late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will lie in state in the Capitol's Statuary Hall on Friday, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) announced on Monday.
McConnell Says Trump Nominee To Replace Ginsburg Will Get Senate Vote | TheHill
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) vowed on Friday night that Republicans will move to fill the Supreme Court vacancy created by Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death.
Trump Campaign Seeks To Stop NJ Early Vote Count Pending Lawsuit | TheHill
President Trump’s reelection campaign asked a federal judge Wednesday to prevent New Jersey elections officials from counting mail-in ballots beginning 10 days ahead of Election Day until a lawsuit is settled.
Democrats Worry Biden Playing It Too Safe | TheHill
Democrats are growing worried about Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s play-it-safe strategy with 50 days to go before the election.
Top HHS Official Accuses Scientists Of Plotting Against Trump, Tells Supporters To Buy Ammunition | TheHill
The top communications official at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) accused career government scientists of plotting against President Trump and told Trump supporters to arm themselves ahead of the November presidential
Naomi Osaka Wears Mask Bearing Trayvon Martin's Name At US Open, Advances To Quarterfinals | TheHill
Professional tennis player Naomi Osaka donned a mask bearing the name of Trayvon Martin ahead of her U.S. Open match against Anett Kontaveit on Sunday.
Federal Court Blocks Release Of Trump Taxes While Case Appealed | TheHill
A federal appeals court in New York on Tuesday temporarily halted a lower court ruling that would have sped up the disclosure of President Trump's tax returns to prosecutors in Manhattan.
Susan Collins Faces Battle Of Lifetime In Maine | TheHill
ORONO, Maine — Maine lawns may not yet be overwhelmed by campaign signs, but their airwaves have been taken over by the heated rhetoric of the hottest Senate race in the country.
University Of Pennsylvania Professor Wants To Investigate Claim Trump Faked Admission Exam | TheHill
A University of Pennsylvania professor is asking the school to launch a probe into the allegations that President Trump faked his admission exam.
Biden Calls For Immediate Probe Into Police Shooting Of Jacob Blake | TheHill
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden called for an immediate investigation into the shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man who was shot in the back by police in Wisconsin, triggering violence in the state.
Here Are The States Where Kanye West Is On The Ballot | TheHill
Rapper has met the requirements to get his name on the ballot in just five states: Arkansas, Colorado, Oklahoma, Utah and Vermont.
Bush Backs Collins With First Endorsement Of The 2020 Cycle | TheHill
Former President George W. Bush endorsed Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) for reelection on Friday, giving a boost to one of the GOP’s most vulnerable senators in 2020.
Over 500 Clients Hired Trump-connected Lobbyists So Far In 2020 | TheHill
Lobbyists connected to President Trump have been hired by 551 clients so far in 2020 to lobby on various issues including coronavirus relief, according to a re
McConnell Challenges McGrath To 'socially Distanced, Lincoln-Douglas Style' Debate | TheHill
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Wednesday challenged his Democratic challenger, Amy McGrath, to a televised debate as the race heads into its home stretch.
DNC Removes Measure Calling For End Of Fossil Fuel Subsidies From Platform | TheHill
The Democratic National Committee (DNC) has quietly removed a portion of its climate platform saying that it wants to end subsidies to fossil fuel companies,
USPS Workers Union Endorses Biden, Citing Threat To Postal Service 'survival' | TheHill
The union representing postal workers endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden’s White House bid Friday as the United States Postal Service (USPS) finds itself in the middle of a national controversy over new changes by its postmaster general.
USPS Inspector General Reviewing DeJoy's Policy Changes | TheHill
The U.S. Postal Service’s (USPS) inspector general is reviewing policy changes implemented by new Postmaster General Louis DeJoy and probing his compliance with federal ethics rules.
UPS, FedEx Shut Down Calls To Handle Mail-in Ballots, Warn Of 'significant' Problems: Report | TheHill
As concern mounts that the United States Postal Service (USPS) will not be able to handle an influx of mail-in ballots during the coronavirus pandemic, many on social media have called for delivery services FedEx and UPS to step-up. But the companies say they can't.
After Trillions In Tax Cuts For The Rich, Republicans Refuse To Help Struggling Americans | TheHill
Roughly a third of Senate Republicans adamantly oppose assisting millions of American families struggling to make ends meet.
Deutsche Bank Launches Investigation Into Longtime Banker Of Trump, Kushner | TheHill
Deutsche Bank launched an internal investigation into the longtime personal banker for President Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, a bank spokesman confirmed to The Hill on Sunday.