Simone Biles testifies at Senate hearing into NassarSimone Biles and Aly Raisman are speaking at a Senate inquiry into claims the FBI mishandled sex abuse reports. Senate Democrats unveil new voting rights billA group of Senate Democrats unveiled new voting rights legislation on Tuesday in another attempt by the party to pass sweeping changes to federal elections in the face of a GOP filibuster. Arizona Senate president tells Cyber Ninjas to 'immediately make available' records on election auditArizona Supreme Court upheld a lower court order for the Senate to make the Cyber Ninjas' documents public. Capitol Fence to return in advance of Sept. 18 'J6' rallyThe fence surrounding the U.S. Capitol is set to return ahead of the pro-Trump rally on Sept. 18, the head of the Capitol Police confirmed on Monday. Clarence Thomas criticizes judges for veering into politicsSupreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is criticizing some in the judiciary for veering into the role of legislators and politicians Texas enacts controversial voting rights overhaulRepublican Governor Greg Abbott signed the bill despite Democrats' efforts to block it. Texas passes social media 'de-platforming' lawThe US state makes it illegal to ban somebody from social media because of their political views. Bipartisanship is only solution to looming government shutdownTrimming government expenditures would be painful, but there might be no choice. Biden is holding together the Democratic Party in Washington -- for nowAlmost a year before Joe Biden was elected president, fellow Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez remarked in a New York Magazine profile that "in any other country," she and Biden "would not be in the same party." George Floyd’s Family Meets With Biden Amid Push for Police ReformThe family said the president vowed to pass a police reform bill and promised justice not only for Mr. Floyd but for a nation still reeling from a year of killings and protests.