The top House Republican said he didn’t serve with the MSNBC host and doesn’t “quite know” about the president’s claims involving the death of a staffer.

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There will be no music from military bands, shouts from softball games or thunderous applause at the Memorial Day concert as the outbreak has silenced a slice of Washington.

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The administration has blocked witnesses from testifying in the House on the coronavirus pandemic, with the president calling the House a “bunch of Trump haters.”

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The Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee is seeking documents concerning Hunter Biden’s work for a Ukrainian energy company, Burisma.

The ultimatum from 29 Democrats stands to complicate plans to authorize defense spending for 2021.

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) will replace Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.), whose cellphone was seized last week in a probe of stock sales he made before the coronavirus pandemic crashed global markets.

“It’s about trying to connect with these recently released students with food banks, the local NAACP, financial assistance or family,” said one liberal Michigan activist.

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After Trump’s declaration 14 months ago, Republicans gave up on trying to draft a replacement for the Affordable Care Act. Now the administration is pressing ahead with a legal challenge to the law.

Rick Bright has filed a whistleblower complaint after being removed from his post as director of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority.

GOP state lawmaker Tom Tiffany easily won the congressional seat in rural Wisconsin that has been vacant since former congressman Sean P. Duffy resigned in the fall.

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