"I'm never bringing a bill to the floor that doesn't have the votes," the House Speaker said of the $1.2 trillion bipartisan legislation.
"I don't believe there will be a vote. The Speaker is an incredibly good vote counter, and she knows exactly where her caucus stands," said the leader of the Congressional Progressive Caucus.
The bill now heads to the House Rules Committee for expected amendments before it lands on the floor for a vote.
The Democratic congressman has warned Donald Trump's allies that they won't "be able to count on the former president to protect them."
The House speaker is defending an abortion rights bill the House is expected to take up this week.
"The debt limit is a shared responsibility, and I urge Congress to come together, in that spirit," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wrote in a letter to members.
The survey comes as Democrats and Republicans in Congress battle over raising the debt ceiling.
"We're achieving our goals; we're getting there and getting to a point where we can manage the population here," U.S. Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz said.
The current public health order in the California city requires everyone—regardless of vaccination status—to wear masks indoors unless they are "actively eating or drinking"
In a wide-ranging speech, the House speaker also attacked China's human rights record, but said Beijing and Washington must come together on climate change.
"The problem of abortion, abortion is more than a problem, abortion is murder," Pope Francis said. "Scientifically, it's a human life."
Biden told reporters Thursday that he's "confident" Congress will pass both the bipartisan physical infrastructure plan and the Build Back Better plan.
Rep. Ronny Jackson has accused the chairman of the joint chiefs of "colluding with our enemies" as other GOP lawmakers call for General Milley to face a court-martial over phone calls to China.
"I want to assure you that the American government is stable and everything is going to be okay," Milley told Chinese officials in the first call.
A fence used after the insurrection will be reinstalled ahead of a right-wing demonstration planned for September 18.
The proposal from House Democrats would raise the corporate tax rate to 26.5 percent for the richest businesses and impose an additional surtax on individuals who make more than $5 million.
Pelosi was discussing vaccinations for members of Congress and called knowing who was vaccinated a "matter of privacy."
Representative Matt Gaetz questioned how Republicans are supposed to "trust" the GOP House leader in a Thursday tweet.
"All of our members who survived Trump being on the ballot with them will survive next year," the House speaker said.
Tightened security expected for a demonstration next week in support of people who were arrested after they stormed the Capitol on January 6.
Vice President Kamala Harris is going to the San Francisco Bay Area to campaign for the Democratic governor.
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.
"We plan to go to a safe place but it's not clear what we will see in the future. We are seeking help from NGOs to get us out," a former Afghan governor said.
"Every woman has the constitutional right to basic health care," the House speaker said.
The Colorado Republican said it was time to "impeach Biden, impeach Kamala Harris, and throw in the secretary of state."
A clip spread online, receiving more than 400,000 views, purportedly has the House speaker saying: "Am I on? No, we don't want him to talk."
"I just want to remind people that this is the Democratic agenda. This is President Biden's agenda," the top progressive lawmaker said.
"I think [going to Afghanistan] creates a greater risk. You've got enough Americans over there," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said.
Reps. Seth Moulton and Peter Meijer said they conducted the visit in secret because they were there "to gather information, not to grandstand."
The Florida Republican joined House Minority Whip Steve Scalise and members of Congress who served in the military overseas in criticizing the withdrawal from Afghanistan.