Monthly Archives: September 2018
“I’m not going to break bread with a racist," said David Gosar, brother of Rep. Paul A. Gosar (R-Ariz.).
For the third time in three months, a government report is critical of the IRS's use of private bill collectors because of a variety of problems.
The Congressional Leadership Fund has reserved TV ad time in six new House races, including for the seat being vacated by Speaker Paul D. Ryan.
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) is trying to expand the Senate Sergeant at Arms’ mandate to provide protection for senators’ and staffers’ personal accounts and devices, as well as their official ones.
"It was more than obvious to me that she bore the scars of what she had been subjected to," said Rep. Anna Eshoo, who met in July with Christine Blasey Ford.
The 85-year-old California lawmaker, elected after Anita Hill and Clarence Thomas, is in the middle of an explosive cultural, political and social firestorm.
In lobbying the president, conservative Republicans made a final push before the midterms to undercut Mueller’s Russia probe.
The report by the Justice Department's Office of Inspector General points to three areas the Bureau of Prisons fails to adequately provide for female prisoners — trauma treatment, pregnancy programs and access to feminine hygiene products.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott, a GOP candidate for U.S. Senate in the state, was confronted by protesters Sept. 17 at Mojo’s Real Cuban restaurant in Venice, Fla.
James Bryce, a police officer, criticizes the anti-police rhetoric of Democratic candidate Randy Bryce.