Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene lied about the definition of critical race theory and claimed a single Illinois school received $5.1 billion.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene had the nerve to play Dr. Dre's "Still D.R.E." in a video bragging about helping Rep. Kevin McCarthy win the Speaker race. The producer wasn't feeling it.

The man behind the rally before the Capitol riot urged Congress to expel Marjorie Taylor Greene.

She didn't learn the most basic fact about these Civil War troops, the side of the war they fought on.

Marjorie Taylor Greene had a prayer session with a Jan. 6 convict, Brandon Straka, in a prop jail cell during a CPAC in Dallas.

The far-right extremist Congresswoman from Georgia always says the quiet parts out loud.

The predominately Black communities of Powder Springs and Austell, Georgia, are facing the possibility of being represented by Marjorie Taylor Greene due to the Republican redistricting of Georgia's congressional map.

Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene made her first court appearance in a hearing brought on by a group of Georgia voters backed by non-profit organization, Free Speech for People, who are seeking to bar her from seeking re-election.

A group of Georgia voters represented by non-profit group Free Speech for People filed legal efforts to disqualify congresswoman Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from running for re-election. On Monday, Judge Amy Totenberg ruled that the effort can proceed.

Greene and Kimmel have been engaged in a god old-fashioned Twitter beef. Well, it actually isn't much of a beef. For it to be beef, both parties would need to be invested in the conflict. In this case, MTG appears to be big mad while Kimmel is big—meh. 

Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is calling Jimmy Kimmel out for "threats of violence" against her and, in turn, threatening legal action against the comedian over a joke he made about the Will Smith slap in response to Greene denouncing Republican lawmakers for supporting Ketanji Brown Jackson's nomination.

Mitch McConnell, Mitt Romney, Liz Cheney, Herschel Walker, and other Republicans have denounced Marjorie Taylor Greene and Paul Gosar for speaking at the pro-Vladimir Putin America First Political Action Conference (AFPAC), organized by white nationalist Nicholas Fuentes.