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Senate Intel chair privately warned that GOP's Biden probe could help Russia
Richard Burr’s discussion with Ron Johnson and Chuck Grassley highlights the divide among Republicans over the Biden investigation.
Congressional chaos season is back
Lawmakers are scrambling to combat the coronavirus and resolve a fight over surveillance laws.
Rep. Matt Gaetz, top Trump ally, swears off PAC money
'I’ve never turned tricks for Washington PACs, but as of today, I’m done picking up their money in the nightstand,' the Florida Republican said.
Pelosi won't say if she'll support Dem frontrunner who lacks majority of delegates
"The person who will be nominated for president will be the person who will have the majority of the votes,” she tells reporters.
Rand Paul and Trump thrust fate of surveillance law into doubt
The Republican senator said the president made comments contradicting his attorney general.
Republicans look to squeeze Dems with vote on Bernie's Cuba comments
House GOP leaders hope to put vulnerable Democrats in a tough spot.
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Warren calls on Trump admin to explain why infected Americans allowed to return to U.S.
“The process by which this decision was reportedly made is troubling,” she writes.
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Louisiana GOP Rep. Ralph Abraham announces he won't seek reelection
"The decision to serve only three terms as a member of the House is one that I made six years ago," he said.
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'It is never too late to do the right thing': House passes federal anti-lynching bill
"Lynching was a blot on the history of America,” says Steny Hoyer.
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DNC to brief House Dems on role of superdelegates as primary enters crucial stretch
If no presidential candidate enters the convention with enough delegates to win the nomination, lawmakers could play kingmaker.
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House Dems fear last-minute move by Lofgren jeopardizes FISA renewal
"If we don’t take this opportunity to reform the FISA process we are missing an opportunity," Zoe Lofgren says.
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