Harris and Pelosi make history at Biden's first address to CongressHistory was written on Wednesday night when Vice President Harris and Speaker Nancy took their seats behind President Biden as he addressed his first joint session of Congress. Moment Kamala Harris and Nancy Pelosi elbow bump as first women behind Joe Biden‘Madam Speaker. Madam Vice President. No president has ever said those words from this podium,’ President Joe Biden said. Small business COVID-19 relief program runs out of moneyThe government's key COVID-19 relief program for small businesses has run out of money Senate Democrats push Biden over raising refugee capPresident Biden is facing new pressure from Senate Democrats to increase the number of refugees being admitted into the United States. The GOP’s Liz Cheney Purge May Be Upon UsRepublican lawmakers reportedly think a second vote to oust Cheney from her leadership position is in the cards—and may look a lot different without Kevin McCarthy’s support. What to watch during Joe Biden’s first big speech to CongressJoe Biden will use speech to talk about what he’s accomplished in the opening months of his presidency, and lay out his other domestic and foreign policy priorities. New poll indicates most Americans want to end lifetime appointments for Supreme Court justicesThe poll also showed 38% of respondents supported an expansion of the court from nine to 13 members, while 42% opposed the idea. Biden pitches 'once in a generation investment' to CongressThe president lays out jobs, education and social care plans in a televised address to Congress. Lawmakers press Trump on relief bill as jobless aid expiresWEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The fate of an end-of-year COVID-19 relief and spending bill remained in doubt Sunday as millions lost unemployment aid, the government barreled toward a mid-pandemic... Democrats announce initial $20M investment ahead of midtermsThe Democratic National Committee (DNC) is set to make an initial $20 million investment ahead of the 2022 midterm elections as it prepares to fend off an expected Republican onslaught aimed at toppling Democrats’ coveted congressional majorities.