There is a lot at stake in Kansas' GOP Senate primary.
Kevin McCarthy also blamed the Democratic leadership for delays in passing much needed COVID-19 relief legislation.
Speaker Pelosi accused GOP leadership of not wanting to "solve" the economic and health problems facing the U.S.
"If you've lost your job through no fault of your own, Republicans want you to take a 30% pay cut. Can you believe that?" Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer tweeted.
Democrats notified the FBI over concerns Russia is "laundering" intelligence directed against former Vice President Joe Biden through a GOP-led Senate committee.
A majority of the money—$200 billion—would be diverted from unused relief appropriated during a previous stimulus package passed by Congress that was meant to be used by the Treasury Department for corporate lending.
Republicans should paint a bold contrast with Democrats on the issues of law and order and policing.
The Senate minority leader said schools need more federal funding to reopen safely when students return in the fall.
President Trump stands athwart the political establishment.
Democrats said the surprise move to force out Manhattan U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman is part of an effort to politicize the Department of Justice.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said last week that the Senate is looking at writing a fourth and final stimulus bill that will have input from Democrats and ensure it is signed by President Donald Trump
The president has threatened to deploy the military to quell outbreaks of violence at protests if states do not restore calm.
400 organizations across the U.S., ranging from the National Bar Association to the National Association of Realtors, co-signed a letter to Congress demanding immediate police reform legislation in the wake of George Floyd's death.
"The President of the United States tear-gassed peaceful protesters in order to clear the way for a useless photo-op outside the White House—just after vowing to activate the military against our own people," Senator Elizabeth Warren tweeted.
McConnell recently said the country should "take a pause" on emergency spending bills, adding that the federal government could not "prop the economy up forever."
"When he pulls out of the cooperation of the nations of the world in creating a vaccine it hurts us," Schumer told 'Morning Joe'. "If another country comes up with that vaccine ahead of us, God bless them, but we would want to have the benefits of that."
"We think we ought to take a pause here, do a good job of evaluating what we've already done," McConnell said Tuesday.
Democrats want a 15 percent increase in funding to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), but Republicans say Trump is opposed to their proposals.
Citing the soaring national debt from several coronavirus relief packages, Mitch McConnell says another one won't be passing his chamber anytime soon.
Senate Democrats are expected to block a GOP measure for $250 billion more for small businesses and instead offer a broader proposal of their own. How lawmakers will overcome the impasse remains to be seen.
The hazard pay would go to employees deemed essential during the pandemic, including those who work in drug and grocery stores, and in health care, sanitation and transportation.
"President Trump, we need leadership." Schumer said Thursday. "We need to get the job done."
The president responded to Schumer's call for a military "czar" to coordinate supply distribution with an angry letter which contained numerous false claims.
"We need to provide our families with support right now. We have no time to waste," Congressman Joe Kennedy III tweeted on Wednesday.
"Someone needs to tell the Democrats in Congress that CoronaVirus doesn't care what party you are in," Trump wrote. "We need to protect ALL Americans!"
The New York senator also posted an attack advert claiming the president had lied "over and over again" about his health care plans.
How did this feud, which included a rare rebuke of a top elected official by America's highest judge, originate?
The Senate Minority Leader received strong criticism after he called out Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch over their views on abortion.
The ex-U.S. attorney Joyce Vance also accused Chief Justice Roberts of "permitting so much from Trump to go unacknowledged" after he rebuked Schumer.