Senator Elizabath Warren's plan came in response to recent attacks on women's reproductive health rights in Alabama, Georgia and Missouri.
Steve Ellis, executive vice president of Taxpayers for Common Sense, told Roll Call that the funding request felt like a headline ripped from satirical newspaper, The Onion.
The plan would limit the number of people who can receive visas through family ties or by seeking asylum and instead create merit-based visa guidelines.
Atmospheric CO2 has now passed 415 parts per million.
Alabama legislators voted against health care funding for mothers, children as they tightened abortion laws to criminalize most procedures.
"I love the position we're in," Trump told reporters. "It's working out really well."
Trump's interim chief of staff Mick Mulvaney said in April that his administration was "spending a bunch of money on stuff we're not supposed to."
The South Bend, Indiana, mayor is polling at 0 percent of the black vote In South Carolina, an important primary state where black voters make up 61 percent of the primary electorate.
"We didn't start doing them to not do them," David Bernhardt said of his policies to limit protections for threatened animals and to factor the cost to corporations into protecting endangered species in an interview with The Washington Post published Friday.
"The administration has decided that they are not going to honor their oath of office. Every day, they are advertising their obstruction of justice by ignoring subpoenas and by declaring that people shouldn't come and speak to Congress,"– said Pelosi.
"You would get it by building, or even buying. You always wanted to show losses for tax purposes....almost all real estate developers did—and often re-negotiate with banks, it was sport," tweeted the president.
The shift comes from a proposed change in how inflation, which determines which Americans qualify for key welfare programs, is calculated.
"When it comes to all this stuff you see on TV, when you see blacks and whites together, it makes my blood boil because that's just not the way a Christian is supposed to live," said a Hoschton, Georgia, City Council member.
"I think it's cool that [Pete Buttigieg] is into Phish, I like Phish. But Bernie's from Vermont, so come on. If there's a true Phish candidate, it's Bernie," said Koenig.
If President Donald Trump's spending and tax policies continue, a new CBO report found, the U.S. national debt will rise from 78 percent to 105 percent of the economy over the next decade.
Obamacare should be rendered unconstitutional because Congress ended the tax penalty for not having health insurance in 2017, the Trump administration said in its brief to an appeals court.
"There are so many examples of misconduct by members of this administration that they're going to have to prioritize," said Senator Chris Van Hollen.
"I'm not in the business of determining if lies were told to the American people," Attorney General William Barr said. "I'm in the business of determining if crimes were committed."
"Mueller's letter shows that Attorney General Barr has always been the chief propagandist for President Trump. His four-page letter totally misled Congress and the public," said Senator Chris Van Hollen on Twitter. "He should resign immediately."
"The chaotic state of the Department of Homeland Security is so troubling," remarked New York Congresswoman and Appropriations Committee Chairwoman Nita Lowey to McAleenan. "It seems like the car is driving off the cliff with no one to take the wheel. Although, I guess, Mr. Secretary, you are now the driver. Congratulations."
Manufacturing jobs did grow, by about half a million, during Trump's first two years in office. But job numbers are still about a third lower than they were in 1980 and lower than they were in 2008.
"The name's either going to really hurt or [really help]—I think it's going to help, actually," said Oprah.
"You know I love those short sleeves, such beautiful arms," said Trump. "Great definition."
"Is he living under a rock?!" New York Representative Nita Lowey asked in response.
The Trump administration, he said, is "spending a bunch of money on stuff we're not supposed to."
The GOP quickly jumped on Joe Biden's history of losing. He "has been running for president and losing since the '80s, 2020 won't be any different," read a Republican National Committee statement.
The former El Paso congressman said of those who advocated for the policy of border separation that "without accountability, you won't have justice. Without justice you will not have rule of law in this country and without accepting that no person, no matter what office he occupies, is above the law, then this country is not going to fulfill its promise or live according to its constitution."
Capitalism, said Clinton, has been growing more "predatory" and "free of any kind of check and balance" since the 1960s and 1970s.
"I have a weird, personal history with impeachment," said Hillary Clinton to laughs from the TIME 100 Summit audience.