Capitol Report (Jan. 12): Inflation and Empty Shelves Across US

If you’ve noticed more empty shelves with higher price tags, you are not alone. Inflation just hit a 39-year high and shortages are being reported nationwide.

The White House is planning to send 10 million free COVID tests to schools in an effort to maintain in-person learning. But how many of these tests are being imported from China?

With Washington, D.C.’s citywide vaccine mandate set to go into effect this weekend, some members of Congress are pushing back.

Chicago teachers are heading back to the classrooms. But has the damage to children already been done? Illinois Congresswoman Mary Miller joins us to discuss.

The United States and NATO allies are unified in rejecting Russia over the future of Ukraine.

Virginia transportation officials are apologizing for last week’s backup on Interstate 95.

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