The Twitter board met on Sunday to seriously consider Elon Musk’s bid to buy the company. On Monday, they reached an agreement. Musk’s offer has been accepted, and the company is selling to the Tesla CEO for $44 billion in cash.

Individual acts of spirituality that may be interpreted as being religious have long been accepted in our culture—whether a professional baseball player blesses himself before stepping up to the plate or a football player takes a knee in the end zone after scoring a touchdown to thank God for his good fortune. However, a high school in Washington state has suspended a football coach for similar acts and this case has now reached the Supreme Court.

U.S. officials met with Ukraine’s president this weekend. U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin traveled to Kyiv to hold talks. Meanwhile, the war rages on.

What’s the biggest espionage threat facing the United States? The FBI director is pointing to one country that’s not Russia. What are we doing about it?

Solomon Yue sits on the Republican National Committee in Oregon and he knows firsthand the lengths the Chinese Communist Party will go to infiltrate and spy on the United States.

D.C. Police Chief Robert Contee stood with Mayor Muriel Bowser to give an update after dozens of shots were fired toward a D.C. private school on Friday, injuring four people. The chief said things could have been a lot worse, and many lives could have been lost. He explains why that did not happen.

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Steve Lance is the host of Capitol Report, a political news show based in Washington aimed at providing a direct channel to the voices and people who shape policy in America. Capitol Report features all of the political news of the day with expert interviews and analysis.

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