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President Trump is responding to his weakening political position by trying ever-harder to display strength. The display is not convincing.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the incoming freshman lawmaker from New York, has renewed longstanding debates on the financial challenges facing members of Congress and their staff.
So far this month, Vice President Mike Pence has attended the inauguration of Mexico's new president, delivered remarks as the late President George H.W. Bush lay in state and held two formal calls with U.S. allies.
"I am proud to shut down the government for border security," Trump said during a tense argument with Schumer and Pelosi. "If we don't get what we want, one way or the other ... I will shut down the government, absolutely."
When Democrats take a House majority next month for the first time since 2011, the power shift will give the campaign for a federal minimum wage hike its most credibility in years.
Trump says he would be "proud" to shut down parts of the government if it results in his border wall.
The $867 billion farm bill that includes expanded safety-net programs for farmers could be voted on as early as Wednesday or Thursday after joint House-Senate negotiators released the final version of the legislation.
Lawmakers peppered Google CEO Sundar Pichai with a broad range of questions on bias, user privacy and its plans in China when he testifies in front of the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.
More parents are borrowing loans for their children's education, and then struggling to repay the debt.
A meeting among President Donald Trump and Democratic leaders will help to determine whether parts of the government shut down while setting the tone for the new era of divided government in Washington.
The U.S. Senate plans a vote on Yemen this week, and not everyone in Washington is happy about it.
Four Democratic senators want to know whether White House deputy chief of staff Bill Shine is breaking ethics laws as he continues to get paid millions in bonuses by Fox News, his former employer.
Former FBI Director James Comey on Friday defended his conduct and the bureau's handling of the months-long investigation into Hillary Clinton's controversial private email.
In a video posted to Twitter, pastor Mark Harris said his campaign is "cooperating fully" with a state board of elections investigation into alleged absentee ballot irregularities.
The final 2018 Farm Bill is expected to be voted on as early as next week and would legalize hemp cultivation and could be a catalyst for explosive growth in a nascent industry that some forecast could top $20 billion by 2022.
"We have more leverage in this fight because the world is at our back," says the Americans for Tax Reform founder.