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Past articles by Peter:

Biden administration tries to quell bank crisis with government intervention

The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank in California, New York-based Signature Bank, and troubles at the San Francisco-based First Republic Bank are sending shivers through financial markets. → Read More

Twitter liability in the spotlight at the Supreme Court

For a second day in a row the Supreme Court took aim at the protections for American tech giants. → Read More

Debate over term limits returns to Congress

There is a renewed effort in Congress to limit the amount of time lawmakers can serve → Read More

First post-Roe March for Life leads to the Capitol in new era

The annual anti-abortion rally March for Life took place in Washington, D.C. Friday. It was the first ever event in a post Roe v. Wade America, exactly 50 years after the historic decision. → Read More

Nonprofits ‘hopeful’ during inflation impacted ‘giving season’

With uncertain economic conditions across the country, it is unclear just how much giving will happen this year → Read More

Eastern Iowa Honor Flight lands in D.C. after October postponement

A group of veterans from Eastern Iowa was in Washington this week visiting the memorials built in their honor → Read More

Iowa senator says al-Zawahiri death a ‘moral victory’

Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) says killing Ayman al-Zawahiri is a moral victory for the country, but exposes problems with President Biden’s Afghanistan exit. → Read More

Supreme Court backs Biden administration in immigration policy rollback

The Supreme Court finished its term Wednesday with a ruling in a case over a Trump-era immigration policy. → Read More

Frenzy outside the Supreme Court after reversal of abortion protections

Passion is flowing outside the Supreme Court after a conservative leaning bench ruled 6 to 3 in Dobb's versus Jackson Women's Health Organization. Washington News Bureau correspondent Peter Zampa is on the scene. → Read More

‘Our goal is to narrow it’ - civil rights organization finds persistent equality gap

As the country commemorates the freeing of black enslaved Americans this Juneteenth, some organizations are looking at how far the push for equality still has to go. → Read More

Tuscaloosa World War II hero honored at the U.S. Navy Memorial

A World War II hero from Alabama was honored in our nation’s capital Wednesday. → Read More

With proxy voting set to expire, lawmakers split on its usefulness

Voting by proxy is still an option for U.S. House members despite other COVID guidelines being dropped on Capitol Hill. → Read More

Nevada Democrats want solid plan after Title 42

A Trump-era public health order is causing division on Capitol Hill. → Read More

Experts eye ventilation improvements as COVID spikes continue

As another COVID-19 subvariant spikes around the country, experts want to mitigate further risks with indoor air quality control. → Read More

President Biden to visit Iowa Tuesday

President Joe Biden will visit Menlo, Iowa Tuesday to tout his agenda and ease concerns Americans are feeling. → Read More

‘It’s going to happen again’ – Top health experts caution post-omicron life will see more variants without action

While the omicron wave of COVID-19 begins to subside in many areas, some experts warn that this is not the end of the pandemic. → Read More

Dubuque County Right to Life makes 15-hour journey to national march

They felt the need to travel to the nation’s capital to join other anti-abortion advocates from around the country. → Read More

Dr. Fauci hopeful level of COVID ‘control’ is on the horizon

President Biden’s Chief Medical Advisor, Dr. Fauci, calls the pandemic a “moving target.” → Read More

U.S turns cold shoulder to China ahead of Beijing Winter Olympic Games

While Team USA has their support, the Biden administration announced they will send no diplomats to the event. → Read More

Friends and family eulogize Bob Dole at the National Cathedral

The national honors for a Heartland hero continued Friday at the National Cathedral. → Read More