Progressive Cori Bush says 'some Democrats went on vacation instead' of preventing the eviction moratorium from expiringOnce the moratorium expires on July 31, about 6 million Americans will risk eviction in the coming months. Five things to watch as Jan. 6 panel begins its workThe select committee dedicated to investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection will kick off its first hearing on Tuesday with what’s expected to be emotional testimony from police officers who defended the Capitol that day. Senate OKs bill to secure Capitol, help Afghans with visasWASHINGTON (AP) — An emergency spending bill passed by the Senate 98-0 on Thursday would bolster security at the Capitol and repay outstanding debts from the Jan. 6 insurrection. The $2.1 billion bill would also increase the number of visas for allies w McCarthy knocks Pelosi, mask mandate: 'This House has broken the country's trust'House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) took a jab at Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) over a newly reinstated mask mandate in the chamber, saying the move was not based on science. Texas Democrats defy arrest threats after fleeing to block voting lawDemocrats say they fled in an effort to stop Republicans from passing a law to tighten voting rules. Impeachment, Vaccines, Valentine’s Day: Your Weekend BriefingHere’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories. Jim Jordan among 5 Republicans selected for Jan. 6 select committeeThere's just over a week to go until the committee's first hearing on the Capitol riot. The Senate signs off on a $250 billion cash injection for US tech companies to help them compete with China and end the global semiconductor chip shortageThe US Innovation and Competition Act includes $52 billion to encourage US manufacturing of semiconductor chips — an effort to stop a global shortage. Biden's first 100 days: Executive orders reverse Trump policiesUS announces return to Paris climate accord, halts process of leaving WHO Emails: Trump White House pressured Justice Department to back claims of voter fraudNewly released emails show howu00a0top DOJ officials resisted calls from the White House to investigate its claims of voter fraud.