California Governor Gavin Newsom said the state will sue President Donald Trump for declaring a national emergency over the border wall.
The administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Brock Long, is resigning after less than two years on the job.
The president says he doesn’t like Congress’s border-funding deal. But he’ll probably sign it anyway.
Congress has until Friday to avoid another government shutdown.
Tensions ran high during Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker’s testimony before the House Judiciary Committee.
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York and Senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts unveiled an outline for an ambitious climate policy package.
High-profile progressives and party leadership panned the president’s calls for unity. But a group of the newest House lawmakers saw an opening.
Tonight’s State of the Union will serve more as a kind of checkup on the president himself.
The former vice president’s deliberations are focused on whether Democrats will support a centrist—especially one of his age.
Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey is running for president.
President Trump said the lawmakers charged with reaching an agreement on border security were “wasting their time.”
As House and Senate lawmakers begin their border-security talks, they’ve managed to agree on at least one thing.
The former Starbucks CEO, Howard Schultz, is thinking about running for president in 2020 as an independent.
A close Trump associate was indicted in the Mueller probe. Plus: The shutdown is poised to end—for now.
Federal workers have begun applying for unemployment benefits and food stamps in the face of a full month without pay
Despite defections from key GOP senators, the upper chamber rejected two proposals to reopen the government, injecting a new sense of desperation into stagnant negotiations.
Nancy Pelosi published a letter declining to allow the State of the Union in the House Chamber until the government reopens.
California Senator Kamala Harris is positioning herself as the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate who can put together the winning coalition.
The president offered three-year protection for “Dreamers” and immigrants with protective status in exchange for $5.7 billion in border-wall funding. Democrats rejected it out of hand.
Donald Trump allegedly directed Michael Cohen, then his personal lawyer, to lie to Congress about a real-estate deal he was pursuing in Moscow during the 2016 election.