Capitol Report (June 6): WH Lifts Solar Tariffs on Some Asian Countries; Bipartisan Gun Talks

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The White House admitted that the deployment of U.S. solar modules is “in jeopardy” because they do not have enough supply. So to import more from Southeast Asia, the Biden administration is waiving tariffs for at least two years—regardless of whether or not they are made with forced labor.

The cost of goods and gasoline continues to mount. Could the United States be heading toward an economic recession going into the fall midterms?

The lead Democratic senator on gun talks signals a positive message about reaching a deal soon. The House is also set to vote on a bill this week.

Culture issues, abortion, the Second Amendment—the state of Oklahoma is in the spotlight for all three. We sit down with Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt to discuss.

A postal stamp honors former First Lady Nancy Reagan. We bring you more from a ceremony at the White House today.

COVID-19 and the ability to work from home has resulted in many workers migrating away from cities. But some cities and small suburbs continue to grow. A panel of key experts discussed the reasons why.

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