Seventeen lawmakers taped heartfelt video messages reflecting on what glues us together as Americans — including the two House members whose job it is to keep their own party united against the opposition.
More than 1,000 former Capitol Hill aides have signed a letter urging mandatory anti-harassment training and reforms to the process of reporting misbehavior.
House Speaker Jeff Hoover said he was “more resolved than ever” to keep his position.
The plans are unusual, given that the group poured nearly $200 million into trying to elect Hillary Clinton president last year through mostly TV and radio ads.
The resolution, introduced by three DNC members from California, attracted attention this week as one more skirmish between those who supported Hillary Clinton during the 2016 Democratic presidential primary and those who supported Sanders.
"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.
The former White House chief strategist (again) vows war against the GOP establishment.
The leader of the California State Senate would come at the incumbent senator from her left flank.
"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.”