"My nightmare scenario is a Republican Party that loses its soul,” said former U.S. representative Bob Inglis (R). “It’s one thing to lose an election. It's another to lose your soul.”
"That’s my fight, that’s my mission,” the House minority leader said amid calls for her and other senior Democrats to quit their leadership roles and make way for a new generation.
"Lots more to do,” the 84-year-old senator tweeted. " . . . ending gun violence, combating climate change, access to healthcare. I’m all in!"
“Normally, over the years, I’ve dismissed these urgings,” Friess said in an email to The Washington Post. “But due to the stature of the people requesting, I sense a responsibility to prayerfully explore the possibility.”
An oil and gas company became the second one to accuse Greenpeace of breaking a federal organized crime law.
House leaders' call for a last-minute addition of North Korea sanctions to a Senate-approved Russia-Iran bill could end up delaying the package indefinitely.
"There is very serious reason to believe that these people violated the law,” the house minority leader says of Trump's son, son-in-law and former campaign manager.
Also: The latest on Michael Flynn, shutdown watch, tax breaks and offshore drilling.
Tax reform was the centerpiece of his busy 97th day in office,
Wednesday is Day 97 of the Trump administration. Ties to Russia have come up again, and a new health-care bill emerges.