Why the House still has no speaker — and what happens next
After three rounds of voting, Rep. Kevin McCarthy fell short of earning enough votes to secure the House Speaker position. The Hill explains how the failure has embarrassed GOP lawmakers and delayed the 118th Congress.
After lying about his personal background and professional experience, Rep.-elect George Santos is set to be sworn in as a member of Congress. The Washington Post looks at his efforts to deceive voters and the possible punishment he may face. The Post also explains why prosecutors in Brazil are reopening a criminal fraud case against Santos from over a decade ago.
The Wall Street Journal looks at how blurred lines between video games and gambling may have contributed to an increase in addictive behavior among young men and boys.
In 1923, experts made predictions for what the world would look like 100 years later, including forecasts of 300-year lifespans and four-hour workdays. NPR looks at which came true.