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Office sleepers “reflect negatively upon the decorum and credibility of the House as a body and as an institution,” House Democrats argue.
Proponents argue that without the bill, small-business owners are open to "drive-by lawsuits."
If Democrats' attempts to pass a significant immigration deal end up getting stymied in the House, then the shutdown will have been a complete failure.
"We must take stand against this president and his bigoted comments,” Al Green said.
"That doesn't mean that impeachment is a reasonable thing to pursue," Congressman John Yarmuth said.
It's the latest installment in Democrat Al Green's on-again, off-again plan to impeach the president.
Representative Brenda Lawrence reportedly dismissed multiple female aides’ concerns about her chief of staff, Dwayne Duron Marshall.
House Speaker Paul Ryan sent a memo to House members on Friday urging them and their staff to undergo sexual harassment training.
"President Trump will not handle his congress," one Russian senator warned, while another said Trump was "forced" to mimic Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
...unless they’re Ivanka Trump or Michelle Obama, apparently.
Legislation introduced in both the House and the Senate would ban airlines from behaving as United did with David Dao in April.
The Democratic House minority leader is under fire within her own party after failing to pick up seats in Georgia and South Carolina.
Democrats held a press conference Tuesday to explain their lawsuit against the president.
Democrats claim Trump has been receiving foreign profits in violation of the U.S. Constitution.
The outcome of the runoff is important for both parties, but especially for Democrats.
U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation giving Congress the power to kill dozens of recently enacted rules in one fell swoop.
Researchers conclude that congresspersons invested in bank stocks were far more likely to support the Wall Street rescue.
The Supreme Court allowed states to push partisan gerrymandering to the limit.
The electoral realities of both houses of Congress make it extraordinarily unlikely that anything will be accomplished before it is too late.