The Senate voted on three top military officers as Sen. Tommy Tuberville prevents swift passage of 300 nominees.

Senate confirms top military nominees, Tuberville says his hold will continue

Attorney General Merrick Garland testified in front of the House Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill Wednesday, Sept. 20.

AG Garland’s testimony got heated as Republicans, Democrats traded barbs

Protests erupted in Canada as parents debate if sexual and gender orientation should be taught in school, which the U.S. is also debating.

Thousands protest in Canada over controversial gender, sexual education

On Wednesday, Sept. 20, the Biden administration announced that it is giving away more free COVID test kits.

Government offering more free at-home COVID tests

The Senate voted to confirm Gen. Charles Q. Brown to replace Gen. Mark Milley as the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Senate confirms new chairman of the Joint Chiefs despite Tuberville’s hold

The Biden administration grants temporary legal status to hundreds of thousands of Venezuelan migrants.

US granting Venezuelan migrants temporary legal status: The Morning Rundown, Sept. 21, 2023

No Labels is considering running a major third-party candidate into the 2024 presidential race. Here's how the candidate will be a contender, not a spoiler.

No Labels explains what it will take to run a Trump-Biden challenger

Lawyers for Hunter Biden have revealed his plans following an indictment on federal gun charges.

Hunter Biden expected to plead not guilty on gun charges: The Morning Rundown, Sept. 20, 2023

Even after conservatives and moderates reached a compromise on government funding, they still don't have enough votes to pass the bill.

House Republicans pressure holdouts to vote for short-term funding bill

Politicians regularly show they don't understand tech and AI. So why are some of tech's biggest executives pushing for government regulation?

The race to regulate AI hits snag; politicians don’t understand the tech

Five Americans detained in Iran are back home as part of a prisoner exchange.

Americans freed from Iran return to US: The Morning Rundown, Sept. 19, 2023

President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden is suing the IRS for violating allegedly sharing his tax information in over 20 televised interviews.

Hunter Biden sues IRS for violation of privacy

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (NY-D) has decided that the informal dress code for its members will no longer be enforced.

US Senate loosening informal dress code

A prisoner swap between the United States and Iran is reportedly set to take place.

US, Iran prisoner swap taking place: The Morning Rundown, Sept. 18, 2023

Elon Musk is suing California over a law requiring social media companies to submit reports showing how they handle "hate speech."

Elon Musk launches free speech lawsuit over California’s content moderation law

A watchdog agency found that 15% of unemployment benefits claimed since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic were fraudulent.

Watchdog: COVID pandemic unemployment fraud was up to $135B

The United Auto Workers union goes on strike against three big car companies.

Autoworkers begin historic strike against Detroit’s Big 3: The Morning Rundown, Sept. 15, 2023

Following Romney's announcement, SAN asked younger lawmakers if they think his generation is doing enough to prepare the next generation.

Romney says his generation should step aside. Younger lawmakers react.

A Delaware grand jury indicted Hunter Biden on three counts of felony gun charges relating to possessing a firearm while using narcotics.

Hunter Biden indicted on federal gun charges

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Dick Durbin calls on Justice Samuel Alito to recuse himself from an upcoming case.

Will a WSJ interview change how Supreme Court Justice Alito decides a case?