Predicting the next deadly pandemic

Experts tell Washington Correspondent Kyle Midura more can be done to immunize ourselves from future threats.


Data suggest Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) works across the aisle more than any of her peers. But even in moderate Maine, that could be a problem for her re-election bid.



Officials with the Department of Health and Human Services say the agency is providing surge testing and additional health care workers to localities that are experiencing a rise in positive cases.


The case of the 20-year-old missing Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen made its way to the nation’s capital Wednesday with family members and the attorney for Guillen calling for action in the wake of her disappearance.


FEMA discusses hurricane season changes amid COVID-19 crisis


Secretary Elaine Chao discusses $800 million in grants for airports around the country


Colorado to decide on Sen. Gardner's Democratic challenger


How President Trump could impact Colorado's third district primaries


Louisiana lawmakers react to Supreme Court decision in Louisiana abortion case


Mississippi lawmakers react to the vote to remove the state flag


Exclusive with Ivanka Trump: Federal hiring to focus on skills, not degrees


Majority Leader discusses policing, coronavirus, and rural hospitals


Perdue, Ossoff gear up for highly-competitive U.S. Senate race in Georgia


Push from Washington, military officials to bolster Arctic strategy


House votes to pass Democratic police reform bill Thursday


Sen. Warner, Daniel Gade discuss upcoming 2020 election battle


Maine lawmakers losing faith in Congress' ability to tackle police reform


South Dakota lawmakers discuss police reform legislation


Cowboy riding to Washington to raise awareness about veterans issues


Lawmakers react to Theodore Roosevelt statue coming down in NYC


Senators discuss blocked vote on GOP police reform bill


Trump talks police reform, coronavirus and the election in one-on-one interview


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