Chuck Schumer

President Donald Trump has pulled funding from schools and defense projects to pay for his border wall.
Democratic leaders are pushing the Senate majority leader to take action on gun control legislation. "Enough is enough," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said.
The president parroted the refrain from critics who oppose enhanced scrutiny of firearm purchases.
One scientist blasted Cornyn for being "utterly, despicably, proudly ignorant" of the threat to the planet.
Mitch McConnell told a Kentucky radio station that Trump called him Thursday morning and they discussed several ideas.
In a new letter, mayors from across the country ask Senate leaders to bring the chamber back from recess to act on gun violence.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has so far refused to take up two House bills that would expand background checks for gun purchases.
The upper chamber adjourned last week for its annual August recess.
Sen. Chuck Schumer called inaction by Congress a “disgrace” and pledged to keep pushing for votes.
President Donald Trump is calling for a meeting after Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) decried “inhumane” conditions at a border detention center.
The Senate Minority Leader said during a visit to a detention center last week conditions were "awful," "inhumane" and "heartbreaking."
The Senate Minority Leader and other Democrats described “awful” conditions for migrants at a facility they visited at the U.S.-Mexico border.
The New York Democrat sent a letter to the FBI and Federal Trade Commission calling for a review of a Russian company's photo app that's trending again.
The president stood by his labor secretary, who approved a deal that allowed Epstein to avoid federal prosecution and significant prison time.
“What kind of thin skin does this man have?" the Senate minority leader asked after the president griped about his once-favorite network.
The labor secretary gave Jeffrey Epstein a “sweetheart deal,” Schumer said Tuesday morning.
The Senate minority leader also invited the "extraordinary" World Cup champions to visit the U.S. Capitol.
"If anyone thinks this doesn’t hurt America in the short term, in the long run, they are sadly mistaken," the Senate Minority Leader told CNN's Anderson Cooper.
The Senate's top Democrat said Sunday that the U.S. needs to ramp up efforts to look into the deaths of at least eight Americans on the island this year.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi called the delay “an insult,” and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer has requested a probe into the Treasury Department’s decision.