A top Dominican law enforcement official said Friday that a local lawyer has reported being paid by someone claiming to work for the conservative Web site the Daily Caller to find prostitutes who would lie and say they had sex for money with Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.).
By Carol D. Leonnig and Luz Lazo
March 22, 2013
It's the latest sign of the difficulties GOP leaders face in keeping their unruly caucus on-message.
By Robert Costa
The showdown will come over immigration, the Texas senator said Wednesday.
By Jose A. DelReal
Why the Congressional Black Caucus defied Nancy Pelosi
The senator believes the cliffhanger vote is critical to her reelection bid.
Senate leader reiterates his support for the president's anticipated action in an interview with the nation's dominant Spanish-language broadcaster.
Jonathan Turley will be the third lawyer in as many months for the proposed suit.
The voice vote was unanimous, said a source
Senior Democratic senators express support for Obama's forthcoming executive action on immigration.
Members still have to settle a nasty battle between two veteran Democrats seeking a plum committee post.
The measure moves on to the Senate, where it is expected to come up for a vote next week.