The government shutdown is now into its 30th day.
“But the president’s own rhetoric is not helpful,” former Rep. Charlie Dent, a Republican from Pennsylvania, told CNN. “He is completely incapable of articulating a plan to establish operational...
Prior to Trump’s announcement, which was leaked and reported by numerous outlets, Democrats had already rejected it as a "non-starter."
The goal is to send “100,000 BRICKS” to Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer “to prove that WALLS WORK!” the campaign message says.
Most of the 376 people who entered the country on Monday crawled through holes dug by smugglers.
Pelosi’s deputy chief of staff, Drew Hammill, said the security of the trip has been compromised due to “grave threats caused by the President’s action.”
The governor of California defied the Trump administration and advised workers to apply for unemployment benefits.
The president cancelled the speaker’s secret trip after Pelosi suggested that he postpone or submit in writing his State of the Union address.
More than 42,000 Coast Guard members have missed their paychecks.
And 46 percent of Americans "know someone who is personally affected."
The president’s letter follows the House speaker's request that Trump postpone his State of the Union address.
Former vice presidential chief of staff Ron Klain said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was right to deny President Donald Trump the State of the Union platform.
“[We’re] committed to resolving our current budget stalemate," a letter drafted by Senators Lindsay Graham and Christopher Coons said.
"The American people deserve to know: Democrats refuse to negotiate on building the wall," Vice President Mike Pence said.
Ann Coulter, a conservative author and commentator and a staunch supporter of the president, said getting his border wall funded has become an issue of "self-preservation" for him.
The Moncton (YQM) and Gander (YQX) air traffic controller's association left a "PIZZA!!" note explaining they'd ordered 32 pizzas from Gino's in Ronkonkoma, New York that were delivered Saturday...
“I would hate to see it,” Republican Senator Ron Johnson from Wisconsin said. "I would prefer not, primarily because, if we do that, it's going to go to court."