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California Democrat Ro Khanna's reaction to the Congressional Baseball Game result featured some very familiar language.
Fifty-seven members of Congress say hazard pay and personal protective equipment need to be guaranteed in the next bill.
It's not clear if Democrats plan to vote before the end of the year.
The president's tacit endorsement of unleashing the military on protesters could lead to "a full-blown humanitarian emergency," the lawmakers warned.
As the Golden State suffers blackouts and wildfires, the progressive stalwart joined Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders in calling for public power.
Democrats could have used the short-term funding extension to pass restrictions on Trump priorities. But they decided now was not the time.
Earlier drafts of legislation aiming to lower drug prices had elicited stinging criticism.
Markey faces a potentially stiff primary in Massachusetts, and the California lawmaker's support is a boost for him.
The legislation, which would raise the standard for police use of force, was announced on the anniversary of Michael Brown's death.
Progressive advocates are angry about the speaker's drug price proposal. Do Democrats care?
The private feud between Nancy Pelosi and progressive Democrats is going public.
"We need to speak up," House progressives say in a foreign policy challenge to President Donald Trump -- and their own party.
Other Democrats, including Reps. Katie Hill and Ro Khanna, grilled Michael Cohen on Trump's business dealings, possibly raising new legal issues for the president.
California Rep. Ro Khanna, San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz, former Ohio state Sen. Nina Turner and Ben Cohen, a co-founder of Ben & Jerry's, will helm Sanders' presidential team.
After years of hitting Republican roadblocks, Democrats advanced a bill to end U.S. support for Saudi Arabia’s deadly campaign.
The objections of Ro Khanna and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez were not enough to stop the pay-as-you-go budget rule.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ro Khanna say the new rules risk hamstringing a progressive agenda.
He says Rep. Frank Pallone, incoming chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, won’t advance the bill he’s introduced that already passed the Senate.