Last month Trump called McConnell the "most overrated man in politics," and in July he called him a "stupid person."
"Sometime into early October would be my best guess," said House Budget Chair John Yarmuth.
The former president gave his endorsement to an ex-White House aide over Gonzalez, one of 10 Republicans to vote for his impeachment after the January 6 riot.
GOP congressmen told Newsweek the White House must be ready to order military operations against terrorist organizations in Afghanistan if they pose a threat.
Biden told reporters Thursday that he's "confident" Congress will pass both the bipartisan physical infrastructure plan and the Build Back Better plan.
"I've been very disappointed on both sides of the aisle that we've just simply allowed pandemic unemployment assistance to completely lapse," she said.
"I think for so long all of us questioned, just because someone else wasn't fully validating us, that we doubted what happened to us," Maroney said.
Simone Biles and other elite U.S. gymnasts will testify before Congress over the FBI's investigation into sexual abuse by former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar.
Republicans oppose the bill because they believe it will result in high inflation and an economic slowdown.
The secretary of state was pressed to give U.S. security assurances to Ukraine and Taiwan during a House Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing on Monday.
Representative Lee Zeldin called the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan "fatally flawed and poorly executed."
"Blinken's disastrous handling of Afghanistan and weak leadership put American lives in danger," the RNC said in a statement released Monday.
Within hours of the endorsement on Thursday, Bryan Miller and Darin Smith dropped out of the Wyoming congressional race.
The president's executive orders apply to employees of the executive branch and federal government contractors.
Pelosi was discussing vaccinations for members of Congress and called knowing who was vaccinated a "matter of privacy."
Jason Robert Burham Karimi told a U.S. representative "we're coming for ya" and "we're going to cause you pain in every way possible."
Next week, 36 million American households will receive their third monthly payment of the recently expanded Child Tax Credit.
Tightened security expected for a demonstration next week in support of people who were arrested after they stormed the Capitol on January 6.
While elections are inherently a contest between politicians, partisanship has no place in the administration of elections.
A claim regarding the political affiliation of early members of Congress has drawn attention on social media.
The Democratic senator has seen a steady decline in approval among the state's voters since 2019, but remains popular.
The Biden administration plans to lobby members of Congress to fast-track a stop-gap spending measure to avoid a government shutdown at the end of the month.
On Labor Day—a holiday meant to celebrate American workers—Nancy Pelosi is again pushing for a long-sought hike in the federal minimum wage.
The party is looking to figure out ways to fund President Joe Biden's $3.5T reconciliation package, which faces opposition from moderate Democratic senators.
The president said the economy badly needs Congress to pass his legislative agenda and pointed out that jobs have been created every month of his administration.
The New York Congresswoman sounded off on her centrist colleague for an op-ed dismissing a progressive spending package, which includes items like clean energy.
The U.S. House Natural Resources Committee met to discuss funding for projects addressing climate change as natural disasters continue to plague the U.S.
"Cellphone service is out across most of the area in South Louisiana. We don't have water, we don't have sewer, we don't have electricity," Graves said.