Capitol Report (Jan. 18): 5G Technology Poses Safety Concerns Near Airports

AT&T and Verizon agree to delay a scheduled 5G rollout for the third time after safety and security concerns from airlines.

Senators are back on Capitol Hill this week—and Democrats are doubling down on efforts to sidestep the filibuster in order to pass their voting rights bill. There are a few paths Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer could take, but which one is he choosing and will they have a chance to change the Senate’s rules to pass a national voting law?

The pandemic has had minimal impact on some states throughout the country, yet they have been subject to one-sized fits all mandates. One of those states is Alaska, which is still reporting under 1,000 total deaths since the start of the pandemic. We have Alaska candidate for the United States Senate Kelly Tshibaka here to discuss.

Republicans gained a large number of voters in 2021, President Joe Biden’s first year in office. How might the upcoming midterms make his term more challenging?

The Golden State Warriors’ co-owner Chamath Palihapitiya is facing backlash after saying that nobody cares about persecuted Uyghurs in China.

North Korea has increased its missile launch activity. How to handle North Korea could be the next big test for the Biden presidency.

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