Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said he won’t consider implementing new gun background check legislation until the fall, despite calls for action from several lawmakers.
The House speaker cited a constitutional provision that permits presidents to order lawmakers back to Washington “on extraordinary occasions.”
Mitch McConnell told a Kentucky radio station that Trump called him Thursday morning and they discussed several ideas.
"I grew up wanting to be only her," Shonda Rhimes said about the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist on Twitter.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi finds herself at odds with most of her caucus on initiating impeachment proceedings.
The House speaker says Trump's son-in-law and White House adviser knows all about the rodent infestations in Baltimore that the president has griped about.
The House Speaker “didn’t just make arrangements to send me back," Omar wrote, "she went back with me."
The president also went after Nancy Pelosi's district in San Francisco, warning "something must be done before it's too late."
Trump called the House oversight committee chair a "brutal bully" from a "rodent infested" district, taking aim at yet another lawmaker of color.
The division underscores the tensions among a House majority that's trying to have it both ways.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi still refuses to call for an impeachment inquiry into President Trump because of "some outstanding matters in the courts."
"We have to make clear: No one is above the law ― not even the president of the United States," the 2020 hopeful said at the NAACP convention.
The diverse and progressive crowd that greeted the New York congresswoman showed a more idealistic side of the party than the one that holds sway in Washington.
Trump returned to a familiar pattern: ignite a firestorm, backtrack, then strongly reaffirm his original, inflammatory position.
That's only a small part of the story, because the House floor was chaos Tuesday.