The Senate majority leader said "impeachment obsession" was paralyzing Congress with just weeks of the year remaining.
Democratic state legislator David Delloso proposed a bill that would allow people over the age of 21 to buy marijuana for recreational use in state-operated liquor stores.
The Washington Post article comes after a report saying that, despite Trump's frequent laudation of police, he had not paid at least 10 cities for the public-safety costs of his rallies.
The banknotes say "responsibilty" instead of "responsibility."
Both proposals will need 60 votes to advance, and it is unlikely either one will muster enough support.
The experts aren't giving the Bills much of a chance on Monday night.
The dollar has become a symbol of the escalating diplomatic crisis between Turkey and the U.S.
The president did not clarify which U.S. allies he considers to be ruled by dictators a month after Defense Secretary Mattis hailed NATO as union of "democratic nations."
Josh Kushner is a lifelong Democrat, a spokesman said in 2016, and did not intend on voting for President Donald Trump.
The Jaguars beat the Bills in Florida.
Despite his bragging, Trump has signed just 94 bills into law.
Flynn's family said it has received an "outpouring" of support following his charge in the Mueller probe.
"Gronk" doesn't usually do this kind of thing.
The Bills are worth watching this season.
In total, Trump has signed 55 bills into law since becoming president, and only two created new policy.
An exclusive analysis shows an increase in legislative activity related to sanctuary jurisdictions, which comes as Trump has pushed back against such designations.
Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas have such laws, and more than a dozen states are considering them.
The rate of reported suicide attempts was higher for transgender people who said they had been denied access to bathrooms than it was for those who said they had not been, claims a new study.
A Smithsonian currency expert explains the history behind today's Treasury Department announcement that Harriet Tubman, Marian Anderson and suffragists will appear on the redesigned $20, $10 and $5 bills.