The House of Representatives took the first formal vote of the impeachment inquiry against President Trump this week with no support from Republicans. Jared and FOX’s Capitol Hill producer Chad Pergram explain what this week’s vote tells us and where impeachment inquiry is heading.
This week, House Democrats have accelerated the impeachment inquiry, President Trump announced his decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria and a tweet by the Houston Rockets GM has caused a widespread dispute.
This week after months of resisting calls from the Democrat members, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced an official impeachment inquiry into President Trump. The reason for Speaker Pelosi’s decision stems from a phone call over the summer with Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelensky.
This week, DHS announced it would close a loophole in the immigration system, President Trump has rejected the idea of a looming recession and Vice President Mike Pence announced the Trump Administration's new Space Command will officially be up and running next week.
This week, FOX News Radio's Washington Correspondent Rachel Sutherland is guest hosting, along with a team of FOX News reporters & contributors and they take a look at the past week inside the beltway.
Did you know the U.S. Capital wasn't always in Washington, D.C., or that the Supreme Court shared space in the Capitol Building for almost 50 years? How about that the White House Press Briefing room used to be an indoor swimming pool?
This week, the President confirmed he called off a retaliatory attack on Iran, after they shot down a U.S. intelligence drone, the Supreme Court Justices began handing down decisions and more From Washington!
President Trump sparked outrage this week with his comments in a recent interview with ABC News where he said he would be willing to listen to foreign government with information on his 2020 opponent and more!
House Judiciary Committee voted to hold AG Barr in contempt of Congress. U.S. tensions with Iran and North Korea increase, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rogers shares her proposal to create a national data privacy standard and three presidential hopefuls discuss how they plan to keep the economy strong.