CNN’s Chris Cuomo compares Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s recent comments on blocking the Biden administration’s agenda to comments he previously made about the Obama administration, and analyzes what it could mean for Democrats.
U.S. Senate Democrats scrambled to unite around a sweeping election reform bill they hope to begin debating next week, in the face of Republican opposition and moves by several states to pass laws placing new restrictions on voting. This report produced by Chris Dignam.
National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan tells CNN’s Dana Bash that President Biden is working with allies to keep pressure on China so the world can get to the bottom of how the covid pandemic started.
On CNN’s State of the Union with Dana Bash, Budget Committee Chairman Sen. Bernie Sanders reflects on his transition from being an outsider in the Democratic Party to becoming one of its key voices under the Biden administration.
House Oversight and Reform Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney called Jan. 6 “a shocking failure by the FBI and military,” during a House hearing, citing 50 incidents where she said Parler tried to warn the FBI about posts. Rep. Maloney and CNN’s Chris Cuomo discuss.
Brian Stelter takes a look at how “small local stories get blown up into nationalized outrage cycles,” which inflame tensions and “drives people apart.” He also highlights Barack Obama’s recent warning about the “nationalization of media.”
"In our most joyful moments and in our most grief-stricken days, he was there with us, sensitive to our every unspoken feeling and emotion. We love our sweet, good boy and will miss him always," the Bidens said in a statement. This report produced by Jonah Green.
Democratic Rep. Josh Gottheimer of New Jersey and Republican Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania tell CNN’s Dana Bash they’re determined to show the American people that their parties can still work together despite the current political climate.
Budget Committee Chairman Sen. Bernie Sanders joins CNN’s Dana Bash to discuss bipartisan infrastructure negotiations as well as his efforts to put together a sweeping $6 trillion Democrats-only bill at the same time.
A bipartisan group of 10 U.S. senators said on Thursday it had reached agreement on a framework for a proposed infrastructure spending bill that would not include any tax increases. Bryan Wood reports.