Maxine Waters

Senate Democrats are starting to fear they can’t win over Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema.
The Missouri Republican who helped advance Donald Trump's 2020 election lies is pushing to discipline Waters for her comments at a Minnesota protest.
The Democratic lawmaker called for protesters "to get more confrontational" at a weekend Minnesota rally.
“You need to respect the chair and shut your mouth,” the California Democrat warned.
Rep. Jim Jordan goes on a rampage attacking Dr. Anthony Fauci on coronavirus restrictions.
"At least you’re not a cat," someone told Minnesota Republican Tom Emmer as he struggled to remove the flipping filter.
Rep. Nancy Mace of South Carolina likened Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters' rhetoric to Greene's.
"I know that Black women and girls everywhere thank you for the way you so fiercely have their back," the representative wrote, adding, "I have your back, too."
Trump’s “negligence and lack of care for the American people is contemptible,” says the California congresswoman, who lost her older sister to the coronavirus.
It was "a matter of a couple of weeks and she was gone,” the California congresswoman told MSNBC's Chris Hayes.
The congresswoman from California dedicated the relief bill to her sibling during a speech on the House floor.
We must “foster a culture of deeper understanding and respect, traits that exemplify the teachings of Christ," Trump said before going off the rails again.
Omar Navarro, who has touted his support from Trump allies, appears to have a history of threatening and stalking women.
One congressman accused the Facebook CEO of "hiding behind the poorest people in the world."
The senator and congresswoman want to invest in more affordable housing ― a dire need in their home state of California.
Comedian Hasan Minhaj demanded action on the student debt crisis from the House Financial Services Committee.
An attorney for Anthony Comello said the man hoped to conduct citizen’s arrests of various figures, including Democratic Reps. Maxine Waters and Adam Schiff.
House Democrats warned that, without oversight, the digital currency could quickly become "too big to fail.”
"No other bank would lend him money. We want to understand that relationship," the congresswoman tells Chris Hayes.
Freshmen Democrats want the party to exercise power. House leadership is still focused on good manners.