As he walked out of hospital alongside his wife, Clinton gave a thumbs up to reporters as he greeted medical workers.
Democrats are gearing up for a year-end sprint to unify their fractured caucus behind a spending bill that's crucial to President Joe Biden's agenda.
The Democratic-majority committee will vote Tuesday to recommend charges against Bannon.
Aimed at protecting the right to vote, the House passed H.R.4. amid a wave of new laws in Republican-controlled states to restrict voting.
"Elections are about winning," the Louisiana Republican said.
Lieu reintroduced the Inherent Contempt Power Act in April, which would enable Congress to independently enforce subpoenas.
With nearly 45 million individuals receiving a bill each month, Americans now owe about $1.7 trillion in student loans.
Even though the U.S. Constitution doesn't provide a mechanism for the "reinstatement" of a president, 22 percent of Republican voters still think Trump's likely to be reinstated before the year ends.
"Not only the deposition of the president himself, but records related to him. Whether those be cellphone, Twitter accounts, communications with individuals," said Democratic Rep. Stacey Plaskett.
The Change.org petition drew over 2,927,770 signatures as of Saturday, with about 43,000 new supporters in the past month.
They plan on "bird-dogging" Sinema while holding signs that read, "Senator Sinema: Stop Running. Start Listening" and "Senator Sinema: Stop Running From Us."
Experts can't explain why so many Americans have dropped out of the labor force despite a surge in job creation.
"They haven't been charged with a crime and they were invited in by Capitol Police," said Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake.
Pfizer and BioNTech has asked the FDA to approve emergency use of their vaccines for kids between the ages of 5 and 11.
"We'll see what the Department of Justice wants to do with it," Whitehouse said of the new Senate report on Trump's effort to pressure DOJ officials to overturn the election.
"He should have challenged the election. Schumer would have. McConnell didn't have the courage," Trump said in Des Moines.
Republican politicians echoed Trump's rhetoric on immigration and the border wall as they took the stage in Des Moines on Saturday evening.
New COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations have declined in recent weeks following a summer surge that overwhelmed hospitals in numerous states.
Trump has repeatedly signaled that he would not be launching a bid any time soon due to "campaign financing" regulations.
"Many report they are only eating one meal a day," The Senior Citizens League told lawmakers in a letter seen by Newsweek.
The transportation funding for road and transit projects expired Thursday as Democrats failed to pass the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill.
"We cannot let this small faction on the far left ... destroy the President's agenda," said Representative Josh Gottheimer.
"We can bring the moderates and progressives together very easily if we had two more votes. Two," the president said.
Governor Kay Ivey signed legislation on Friday enabling the use of COVID-19 relief funds to build more penitentiaries in the state.
21 U.S. senators, 56 representatives have pushed President Joe Biden to support monthly stimulus checks this year.
With a possible government shutdown looming, President Joe Biden's economic agenda faces a crucial week on Capitol Hill.
Cheney said "a lot" of Republicans "both in the House and the Senate" have privately encouraged her fight against Trump.
500 million vaccine doses of the two billion that Pfizer has produced have already been delivered to countries with lower vaccination rates.
"So far, we have not seen any negotiation back from the Senate," said Rep. Pramila Jayapal, chair of the congressional progressive caucus, as she acknowledged that the bill must be trimmed to reach a consensus.
"This is a bill that would have had millions of dollars for police departments ... millions of dollars more, additional dollars," the New Jersey Democrat said.