The House is expected to impeach President Trump a 2nd time. Here’s how it will work. This time, though, impeachment could be bipartisan. By Deirdre Walsh/NPR The House of Representatives is on track to impeach President Trump for the second time in 13 months — marking him as the only president to receive the rebuke […]
WLVR’s Jen Rehill spoke with Pa. Congresswoman Susan Wild about her experience when pro-Trump rioters stormed the U.S. Capitol.
The WLVR news team has reached out to the region’s members of Congress in Washington D.C. today to check on their safety.
WLVR’s Ben Stemrich spoke with Lehigh Valley Congresswoman Susan Wild, a Democrat, who says she expects certifying the presidential. election results to be anything but conventional this year.
The Constitution doe snot give power to the Vice President to reject fraudulently chosen electors. The electors were certified by officials in each state last month.