Not every politician can be a Lincoln, either in terms of character or rhetorical gifts, but certainly today's officeholders could all do better than the squalid, accusatory attacks and the hyper-partisan demagoguery that currently poison the national discourse.
Some GOP senators are taking a political gamble on the bill. Gun safety activists told Newsweek that if those votes come through, "we'll have their back."
Hogg said a bipartisan proposal on gun laws, if passed in its current form, is "more than has ever been done in my lifetime on the federal level."
A number of senators intervened in the White House's plan to replace David Beasley as the head of the World Food Program.
An analysis of the bipartisan gun deal, including what is and isn't in the deal, who is negotiating it and more.
Americans across the political spectrum should support this bill, and rejoice that bipartisanship isn't dead.
Cornyn said "it will be embarrassing" if the Senate can't agree on a legislative response to the recent mass shootings.
"We're expecting the number of migrants to go up more than double, and [CBP] and [DHS] are not prepared to deal with those kinds of numbers," Kelly said.
"It's not cheap. But caving to aggression is going to be more costly if we allow it to happen," President Joe Biden pleaded with lawmakers earlier on Thursday.
Greene joined House progressives in voting against the measure, which would liquidate the frozen assets of Russian oligarchs and use the funds to help Ukraine.
More than sixty percent of GOP voters say they support the president's new program for accepting in the U.S. up to 100,000 Ukrainian refugees.
Jackson, who faced attacks and a tough grilling from Republicans during her Supreme Court confirmation hearing last week, may still win bipartisan support.
"I'm for secure borders and I'm for immigration," Rep. Gonzalez said. "And I think that the best way to do it is through cutting-edge technology that we already have."
The senator said on Sunday that Republicans are looking for a justice who won't "legislate on the bench."
70 percent of voters support a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. This comes as the border continues to see thousands of solo child crossers.
Senators Amy Klobuchar (D) and Cynthia Lummis (R) introduced legislation to combat social media "addiction" and the spread of misinformation on the platforms.
As America aims to reduce its reliance on China, Middle America could see a wave of tech investment dollars.
Rural Americans, who largely lean Republican, say the government does little to improve their lives. The Infrastructure bill could shift that perception.
"I hope your family dies in front of you," an angry caller said in a message to the Democratic congresswoman.
Bipartisan lawmakers are investigating Live Nation's role in the tragedy, citing the company's "long line of other tragic events and safety violations."
Today, more than ever before, too many Americans are doubting the American Dream.
Virginia's incoming governor pulled off an election night upset, but now has to wrangle with the reality of trying to make opposing sides come together.
Some portions of new laws threaten the comfort and safety of voters, particularly as the pandemic continues.
In a statement sent to Newsweek, DeSantis's office said the governor is not considering appointing a different candidate to replace Lapado at this time.
When patients get to keep the savings, they make providers compete on price.
"We owe it to these people who took a chance with us...if some of them want to come to America, I think that's fine with me," Mitch McConnell said.
The $1 trillion infrastructure package includes $110 billion in new spending for roads, bridges and other projects.
Eighteen Republican senators joined all of the Democrats in voting to advance the bipartisan package on Sunday.