The Republican-led Senate has installed 24 appellate court judges since January 2017 and is poised to confirm two more this week, a record for a president’s first two years.
Brett Kavanaugh took a leading role in making the 1998 Starr report more persuasive and “internally consistent,” documents show.
Mullin (R-Okla.) faced allegations that he broke House rules by appearing in commercials for his family plumbing business and received improper payments for his role as a president and director of various family companies.
At least 27 Democratic House candidates have declined to say whether they would support her, with many adamant about the need for a new generation of leaders.
The indictment is related to an Australian biotech company on whose board the congressman had served.
Democrats are routinely beating their 2016 performance by double digits, and Ohio shows the suburbs are trending sharply away from Republicans.
A Democratic takeover of either congressional chamber could quickly set off investigations into the president’s personal finances, not to mention his administration’s policy decisions.
A charging document alleges that Carlos Bayon of Grand Island, N.Y., left voicemails on the evening of June 30 containing physical threats against Majority Whip Steve Scalise and Conference Chairwoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers.
The extension passed Tuesday is the seventh stopgap Congress has passed since long-term authorization lapsed last year.
Ryan, who lectured interns Wednesday on civility in politics, told reporters that he separated Lewis's past career with his present service as a lawmaker.