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Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) introduced legislation that would make it possible to prosecute white supremacist attacks, such as the shooting in El Paso, as acts of terrorism.
The report says Trump directed Cohen to lie to Congress about real estate negotiations in Moscow during the 2016 election.
As the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, I review the threats posed to our national security every day. Climate change is not often immediately associated with this list -- but it has undeniably become a catalyst for conflict in vulnerable countries.
When it comes to predicting the future, we are all looking through the glass darkly, but it is only prudent to expect that if Congress rejects a deal agreed to by the administration and much of the world, the sanctions regime will -- if not collapse -- almost certainly erode.
Most Democrats say Obama’s AUMF would keep the U.S. in a state of indefinite war, pointing to the lack of geographic restrictions
No one can deny that California is facing one of its worst droughts in recorded history. The challenge in crafting a long-term solution to the drought is that it requires us to confront the broader problem of climate change, and for many involved in the issue, climate change is a mirage.
Thanks to a unique and unprecedented law passed by Congress called the "Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act," sellers and manufacturers of the most dangerous consumer products, firearms, enjoy almost total protection from liability when they act irresponsibly.
The sweeping law that allows the president to wage an unlimited global war on terror would be repealed under a bill set to be offered this week. Alyona talks to the man behind the repeal bill, Representative Adam Schiff from California.
"If we authorize a new and more limited AUMF, we are nonetheless continuing a war footing," Schiff said. "On the other hand
While progress is being made on the press freedom front, we've also seen that the percentage of people worldwide who enjoy a free media environment has fallen to its lowest point in more than a decade.
The legislation, called the Access to Justice for Victims of Gun Violence Act, would seek to nullify a law from 2005 that
WASHINGTON -- Mexico's U.S. ambassador rebuffed claims this week that the country's efforts to reduce the flow of guns from