Senate Democrats are rallying behind a strategy of voting “present” on the plan pushed by freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Only in Washington would the anniversary of a management report be reason to celebrate. The Trump administration is doing that with the one-year-old President's Management Agenda, but not everyone thinks it's worth celebrating.
The resolution by Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy III urges the Pentagon “to maintain an inclusive policy allowing qualified transgender Americans to enlist and serve in the Armed Forces.”
Telehealth advocates say it's not only rural areas that lack access to health providers.
McConnell says his top priority is confirming Trump’s judicial nominees, but some GOP strategists warn that a limited agenda could cost the party in 2020 congressional elections.
Consideration of criminal convictions would not be allowed in the early stages of the employment application process by federal agencies and federal contractors under legislation that has strong bipartisan support.
The most powerful man in the world has repeatedly demonstrated racism.
The New York senator’s presidential campaign has suffered under the onslaught of candidates, including some female colleagues.
The move, believed to be the first for a presidential campaign, comes as those vying for the Democratic nomination seek support among working-class voters.
With the House speaker setting the ground rules, lawmakers facing activists at town halls in the coming days have a ready-made answer: Listen to Nancy.
The Senate Judiciary Committee chairman has asked for a record of any communications about removing President Trump after he fired FBI Director James Comey.