Mark Meadows

Postmaster general says he’s suspending post office overhaul until after the election

BY: - August 19, 2020

WASHINGTON — Postmaster General Louis DeJoy said Tuesday that he will halt a series of sweeping policy changes to the U.S. Postal Service until after the general elections this fall. DeJoy said he will not change overtime rules, retail hours at local post offices, or the location of mail processing equipment and blue collection boxes, […]

Cummings honored with first U.S. Capitol room named for black lawmaker

BY: - March 3, 2020

WASHINGTON — The House Committee on Oversight and Reform’s hearing room in the Rayburn Office Building has been renamed the Elijah E. Cummings Room in honor of the late Baltimore congressman. Cummings’ family, friends, former colleagues and staff packed the hearing room Thursday for a dedication ceremony. It is the first time that a room […]

At CPAC, Jordan decries socialism and ‘coup’ against Trump

BY: - March 2, 2020

An hour after a bearded man named Grizzly Joe opened the day’s proceedings with the Pledge of Allegiance, Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan took the stage at CPAC to decry socialism and an alleged coup against the president. Jordan, a Republican from Urbana who represents a swath of northern Ohio, was a featured guest at the […]