Police think mortgage adviser fell into the water while walking her dog along the River Wyre. But family and friends have questioned the theory.
U.S. Senator Mitt Romney told embattled fellow Republican Representative George Santos on Tuesday that should not be in Congress and shouldn't have taken a central seat at President Joe Biden's State of the Union address. Romney, an elder statesman of the party and former Republican presidential candidate, was seen having a brief exchange with Santos, who has made multiple false claims about his past on his way into the House of Representatives chamber before the address. "He shouldn't be in Congress and they're going to go through the process and hopefully get him out," Romney told reporters after the speech.
Facing a divided Congress, President Biden used his State of the Union speech to emphasize areas where Democrats and Republicans can work together.