“We’re not going to have another meeting in a confined space if we’re not going to abide by this,” Democratic Rep. Jim Clyburn told Republicans.
Twitter Put A "Glorifying Violence" Warning Label On Trump And White House Tweets About Minneapolis Protesters
“We've taken action in the interest of preventing others from being inspired to commit violent acts," the social media network said of Trump's tweet.
Employers May Soon Get Protected From Lawsuits While Workers and Customers Are Left In The Dark On Safety
“There is no playbook. There are no established best practices. This uncertainty is impacting our decisions.”
The two parties are miles apart on what to do in the next wave of coronavirus relief. Republicans say they do not expect anything to pass for a long time.
A viral video in which Dr. Annie Bukacek questions the severity of COVID-19 has given anti-lockdown activists across the country a sense of validation.
A Top Democrat Says The State Department Has Sent Republicans Thousands Of Pages For Their Biden Investigation While Ignoring Democratic Requests
“It is wholly inappropriate for the State Department to dedicate its limited resources to voluntarily complying with Republican requests,” Sen. Ron Wyden wrote.
Obama Privately Blasted A Republican Investigation Into Joe Biden And Ukraine, Calling It An Effort To Boost “Russian Disinformation”
Obama’s office made the comments in a letter about releasing presidential records to senators.
House Democrats plan to let members who cannot travel to Washington due to the coronavirus to vote by proxy — allowing another member to cast their vote for them.
A Republican Senator Is Asking The Ethics Committee To Investigate Himself For Selling Stocks After A Private Coronavirus Briefing
Burr and other senators have come under fire for collectively selling millions in stocks after a private briefing with health officials in mid-February.
Reps. Mario Diaz-Balart, a Florida Republican, and Utah Democrat Ben McAdams have become the first members of Congress to announce they tested positive for COVID-19.
“The image of over 430 members and approximately 100 staffers clustered together on the House floor during votes is inconsistent with public health guidance.”
Mitt Romney Wants The Government To Give Every American Adult $1,000 During The Coronavirus Outbreak
A rare Mitt Romney–Andrew Yang alliance.
"Can I tell my constituents that if a doctor recommends, that they can get [a coronavirus test]? We still don't know that, and that's the important question."
Former Rep. Pete Sessions, who lost to a Democrat in 2018, is now running for a different seat in Texas.
Former attorney general Sessions came in second in a primary for his old Alabama Senate seat without the support of President Donald Trump, but he will make a run-off election.
This is the second time Republicans in the largely Democratic state have fled the capitol to avoid voting on a climate bill.
Someone Is Trying To Help This Republican Win A Democratic Seat In California — He Just Has No Idea Who
“The scary part for me is just that somebody is sending out stuff with my face all over it, you know, pretty much speaking on my behalf, and I didn't allow it.”
Jeff Sessions Wants His Senate Seat Back. He’ll Have To Deal With Roy Moore, Two Major Opponents, And Trump To Get It.
The final outcome of next week’s primary could hinge on an endorsement from President Trump, who has given shoutouts to one of Sessions' rivals.
“Had we not had Mike Bloomberg fundraising for ... the other side, we very well might have taken that seat.”
Republicans Think President Trump Had Every Right To Fire Government Officials Who Testified Against Him
“People were supposed to have loyalty. Obviously they didn’t,” one Senate Republican said.
Three committee chairs are expecting thousands of pages of records from government agencies, and nongovernment witnesses have agreed to cooperate.
Trump will remain in office after the Senate voted to clear him of the charges that have dogged his presidency for months.
Romney is the only Republican to announce he'll vote to convict Trump in the impeachment trial. The president is still very likely to be acquitted this afternoon.
Senators voted to acquit Trump and end the impeachment trial around 4:30 p.m., despite Republican Sen. Mitt Romney joining Democrats to remove the president.
Following closing arguments, the Senate will take Tuesday off ahead of a vote on whether to remove Trump from office on Wednesday afternoon.
Senators will vote Wednesday on whether to remove Trump from office, a day after his State of the Union address.
"Just because actions meet a standard of impeachment does not mean it is in the best interest of the country to remove a President from office."
The move allows for Republicans to bring the trial to a close in the coming days.
Democrats Are Unlikely To Get Witnesses In Trump's Impeachment Trial After Two Key Republicans Split On The Issue
Republican Sen. Susan Collins briefly gave Democrats hope, saying she'll vote for witnesses. But then another Republican, Sen. Lamar Alexander, announced he'll vote no.
Senators have eight more hours to ask questions before a climactic vote on witnesses Friday.