dhs shutdown

But conservatives didn't go down without a fight. Congress took DHS to the brink of a shutdown last Friday, when the Senate
"We on Friday came to a conclusion that, in fact, it will come up," Hoyer said. "That's why that's the most important sentence
And, of course, Obamacare has not gone unaddressed by the electorate. Obama pledged to reform health care during the 2008
"Hopefully we're going to end the attaching bulls**t to essential items of government," Kirk told reporters. Democratic leadership
Should any disasters occur during a shutdown, The Federal Emergency Management Agency would have to limit its preparation
Finally, a CBS News survey offered a simple compromise format: a two-way choice between "the Republicans in Congress" or
My quixotic attempt to challenge the re-election of "unopposed" Jeff Sessions in 2014 failed. I was not even allowed on the Alabama ballot. But now Sessions has some real competition -- from the Senate's far right caucus.
On Friday evening, senators from both parties urged House Republicans to throw in the towel. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said
That's not to say undocumented immigrants don't commit crimes, or that all of those who do are deported. House Republicans
House Republicans inched closer to embracing a stopgap measure to prevent a Department of Homeland Security shutdown on Thursday, a day before the agency runs out of money.
House members leaving the meeting expressed disappointment in Senate Republicans, who on Wednesday reached a deal with Democrats
Cruz voted Wednesday in favor of moving forward to the bill, while Sessions joined Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) in opposing
Meanwhile, it remains unclear what the House will do. Boehner refused repeatedly at a press conference on Thursday to answer
They've called for the Senate to change its rules to pass a bill that Democrats oppose, and have said lawmakers should be
"I appreciate Mr. Bush being concerned about immigration reform. I would suggest that what he do is talk to the speaker of
As the Congressional and legal battles play out, Obama encouraged advocates to continue to get out the word about DAPA and
If that happens, however, don't expect ads like the Cleland one to return. The operative behind the spot said it simply wouldn't
But some Republicans see a way out that would allow them to vote for a clean DHS bill without appearing to flip-flop on Obama's
A tense debate broke out during a closed-door meeting of Senate Republicans on Tuesday, a sign of the serious hurdles GOP
By an 8-point margin, 45 percent to 37 percent, Americans say it's more important not to shut down DHS. Democrats prioritize