"The United States should start by leading by example and issuing visas to some members of the UN's Afghan staff," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and 11 Democrats wrote in a letter to Biden.
"Let us all pray for Rev. and Mrs Jesse Jackson. They need our sincere and intense prayers. Prayer changes things!!!" Rev. Al Sharpton tweeted on Saturday.
The Democratic congressman responded to arguments presented by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and a dozen colleagues opposing Biden's immigration policies on Monday.
Texas congressman Joaquin Castro slammed the Golden Globes for its lack of Latino nominees amid criticism surrounding Hollywood's diversity problem.
The Democratic congressman said there were warnings in 2011 that the state's power grid might not cope with extreme weather.
After Joe Biden did as he said he would in nominating a "teacher" to be the next secretary of education, Hispanic Democrats and grassroots leaders have one more ask of him: a Latina to round out his quickly filling cabinet.
The Government Accountability Office said Friday that the Department of Homeland Security had failed to follow the proper chain of succession, making Acting Secretary Chad Wolf's appointment to the position invalid.
ICE and CBP would be "reformed from top to bottom" under Sen. Elizabeth Warren, said Texas Rep. Joaquin Castro.
"I say that having lost a parent to brain cancer after 12 years of fighting, and getting to see just how terrible our Healthcare system is, and I still think he deserves it or worse," Justin Lecea wrote in a since-deleted tweet.
Julian Castro says his brother will shave his head if people will donate $100K to his campaign within 24 hours, but some Twitter users say it is a desperate move.
"If he dislikes me enough that he wants to put my name out there against Trump, I'm not going to give money to him," Wayne Harwell said.
The San Antonio Democrat has come under intense fire by Republicans for posting a list of top Trump donors on Twitter who are from his area.
Donald Trump Jr. told "Fox & Friends" that the list of Trump 2020 donors tweeted by Rep. Joaquin Castro "screams of" the Dayton shooter Connor Betts' "kill list."
Texas Rep. Joaquin Castro is facing a backlash from conservatives after posting to Twitter a list of donors to President Donald Trump and accusing them of fueling hate.
House Minority Whip Steve Scalise accused Rep. Joaquin Castro of "dangerous targeting" after he tweeted a list of donors to U.S. President Donald Trump.
Democratic Rep. Joaquin Castro, who represents San Antonio, posted the names of 44 prominent business owners and individuals who donated the maximum amount to Trump.
"Think @JoaquinCastrotx needs to spend more time overseas w/ our troops bef he calls this inhumane," Ingraham tweeted.
"Our border patrol system is broken. And part of the reason it stays broken is because it's kept secret. The American people must see what is being carried out in their name," Castro said on Twitter following the visit.
"That is a truly awful confusion on my part," MSNBC contributor Noah Rothman apologized to Joaquin on Morning Joe.
Ocasio-Cortez and Joaquin Castro are planning to fight Trump's declaration.
"It's like watching an episode of "Locked Up Abroad" on the National Geographic Channel," said U.S. Representative Joaquin Castro.
Despite significant backlash, Trump tweeted he would be interested in meeting Putin again.
The Texas Democrat, speaking on MSNBC Tuesday, said the president crossed a line.
Robert Francis "Beto" O'Rourke, a Spanish-speaking, Irish-American representing a predominantly Latino district, is considered a long shot in the Republican-dominated state.