A Whistleblower Has Alleged Trump "Abused His Office For Personal Gain" — And That The White House Tried To Cover It Up
The complaint’s release comes after the White House put out a non-verbatim transcript of Trump’s call with the Ukrainian president in which Trump wanted dirt dug up on Joe Biden ahead of the 2020 election.
“It Has Taken Longer Than I Would Have Hoped”: Tom Steyer Is Thrilled The House Is Finally On Board With Impeachment
The Democratic presidential candidate spent millions on his "Need to Impeach" campaign after founding it in 2017.
The victim told police the shooter yelled slurs at her before opening fire.
The DC statehood bill has unprecedented support in the House, but not a single Republican supports the plan.
Janessa Goldbeck, who retired as a Marine captain just six weeks ago, said she supports the Second Amendment but wants to keep military-style weapons out of civilian hands.
“Simply holding a job doesn’t entitle you to keep it. You’ve got to deliver,” Suraj Patel says in his first ad of the 2020 campaign.
Congressional Democrats are planning to grill the FBI over its investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations against the Supreme Court justice, but are not moving toward impeachment.
The House Judiciary Committee voted Thursday on new rules as it pushes ahead with its investigation into President Trump.
A Top House Democrat Said The House Isn’t In An Impeachment Investigation, Even As The Investigation’s Head Says It Is
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer later cleared up his remarks, but the confusion highlights Democrats’ mixed messaging on impeachment.
House Democrats Push Major Gun Control Bills Forward Following The Mass Shootings In El Paso And Dayton
The House Judiciary Committee passed bills Tuesday night to expand background checks for gun sales and prevent those who are a danger to themselves and others from buying guns.
The committee will mark up three gun control bills on Sept. 4. The full House is slated to return Sept. 9.
This Republican Was Attacked For Pushing Gun Control Legislation. He Doesn’t Think His Party Can Pass Even Commonsense Laws.
Former Rep. Scott Rigell was shocked his fellow Republicans wouldn’t agree to keep guns away from criminals after the Sandy Hook shooting. He doesn’t think anything has changed.
Chicago had two mass shootings within hours of each other on Sunday. In total, 46 people were injured by gun violence in the city over the weekend.
Joaquin Oliver, who died in the school shooting, was an immigration advocate. His death to gun violence makes his father feel like their “family was separated in a permanent way.”
Booker and Beto O'Rourke both cited the president's rhetoric and stoking of racial division in the wake of the shooting.
John Hickenlooper Says He’s “Never Been A Great Debater” And Explains His “Wave” Moment With Bernie Sanders
“All of a sudden ... it looks like we’re cheerleaders doing the wave.”
The Justice Department announced a new single-drug lethal injection protocol and set execution dates for five men convicted of murder.
Former special counsel Robert Mueller warned that the Russians are attempting to get involved in the American elections saying, "they’re doing it as we sit here."
The House Voted To Condemn The Boycott Israel Movement Over Protests From Reps. Ilhan Omar And Rashida Tlaib
The measure to formally condemn the BDS movement passed the House overwhelmingly Tuesday night. "Dissent is how we nurture democracy," Tlaib said.
Eighteen years after the deadliest attack on American soil, Congress has given life to a fund that aids 9/11 survivors and first responders.