"The Late Show" host ripped into Rep. Gary Palmer of Alabama.
Rep. Gary Palmer (R-AL) hailed the passage of President Joe Biden’s infrastructure bill, even though he voted against it.
Alabama Rep. Gary Palmer tweeted about how the legislation would help his constituents — even though he voted against it.
On infrastructure, at least, Biden delivered where his predecessor, Donald Trump, could not.
Kenneth Gasper said he would kill Rep. Andrew Garbarino (R-N.Y.) if he saw him, according to a criminal complaint.
“This madness has to stop,” said Rep. Fred Upton, R-Mich., an 18-term moderate, who said his offices received dozens of threatening calls following his yes vote.
Democrats are wasting no time calling out Republicans who voted against popular bipartisan legislation that will create new roads, bridges and railways.
It's one of the mandates aimed at improving auto safety in the $1 trillion infrastructure package that President Joe Biden is expected to sign soon.
Amid dwindling poll numbers, President Joe Biden celebrated the passage of his infrastructure bill through Congress.
The stakes for Biden are clear in his sagging poll numbers.
The power grid is so fragile that even slugs have caused outages.
“Finally, infrastructure week,” Joe Biden said after Congress passed the $1 trillion package.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) is thrilled about the $6 billion heading to his state.
A deal negotiated by moderate and progressive Democrats led to major progress on Joe Biden's legislative agenda. But they still have a long way to go.
The spending package would mark the biggest U.S. green investment ever, but still falls short of what scientists and economists say is needed to avert disaster.
They want to see the legislative text of the Build Back Better Act and firmer commitments from two holdout Democratic senators to vote for it.
This week’s drama represents a triumph for progressives over moderates. But the two wings of the party still need to cut a deal in order to save Joe Biden's agenda.
Though a self-imposed deadline was missed, Democrats still have time to figure out how to get President Joe Biden's agenda through Congress.
It looks likely that progressive Democrats have the votes to sink the infrastructure bill for now.
Progressives have pushed for progress on President Joe Biden's broader agenda before moving forward on infrastructure.