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San Rafael Mayor Gary Phillips has “had it simply lowering the flag,” he said.
After years of decrying executive overreach, 22 GOP senators want the Treasury to bypass Congress to cut capital gains taxes.
First responders and 9/11 survivors, with Jon Stewart's fierce support, had to repeatedly return to Congress to push the measure.
Sen. Chuck Schumer called inaction by Congress a “disgrace” and pledged to keep pushing for votes.
The administration is pressing ahead with its bid for a citizenship question on the census, despite a Supreme Court defeat.
After threatening a key defense bill, senators are slated to vote on an amendment to rein in the president’s ability to initiate military action.
The House speaker said Democrats are busy handling the humanitarian crisis at the border and that Trump's own party should address the E. Jean Carroll claim.
White House officials complained the bill had no money for tougher border security, including funds for a border wall.
The former vice president and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate has unveiled his immigration policy outline.
The briefings reviewed “efforts to understand and identify these threats” to air crew members, a Navy spokesperson said.
Republicans say it's time to move on from the "original sin" of slavery, even though its ill effects have lingered.
The agency hopes to get Congress' help in trimming pensions and paid leave, as well as slashing delivery service.
Former "Daily Show" host hits the Senate majority leader with a savage false apology.
The president told ABC's George Stephanopoulos that he hopes Congress gets his "fantastic financial statement." He's blocked them from getting his tax returns.
While also appealing to the Supreme Court’s personal financial interests.
The comedian had blasted lawmakers who skipped a hearing on the bill to maintain aid for first responders.
The New York Democrat admitted "it’s not a fun or politically popular position to take."
Scott Brian Haven of Utah is accused of making over 2,000 phone calls to the U.S. Capitol over a three-year period about Democrats threatening Trump's presidency.
The CNN host warned "we will all be responsible for what may happen on our watch" as he torched both sides of Congress for their failure to act.