The two moderate Senate Democrats joined Republicans in striking down an attempt to change the filibuster to pass voting rights legislation.
"We'll address that when we get past this week," Warren said of a potential primary challenge for Manchin.
"We'll address that when we get past this week," Warren said when pressed on the issue of supporting challengers to the two senators.
Clarida's resignation announcement came after new information was revealed regarding his trading in a stock fund in February 2020.
Warren has voiced concerns to Powell over "the Fed's lack of transparency and your commitment to fully and honestly addressing the Fed's broken ethics culture."
In the latest round of their spat, the Massachusetts senator doubled down on her barb that the Tesla founder was a "freeloader."
"You remind me of when I was a kid and my friend's angry Mom would just randomly yell at everyone for no reason," Musk tweeted at the Massachusetts senator.
In a letter to the president, Democrat senators warned that resuming federal student loan payments and collections on February 1 would hurt the economy.
Trump met with DWAC Executive Patrick Orlando before the company started raising funds for their merger, which could be in violation of SEC rules.
President Nayib Bukele announced on Twitter that his country had missed the bottom price by seven minutes.
Rhode Island Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren said they oppose a second term for Powell.
"Cancelling student debt is both the morally right and economically sound thing to do," the Democratic lawmakers wrote in a letter to Biden.
"The U.S. cannot continue to fight ransomware attacks with one hand tied behind our back," Rep. Deborah Ross said while announcing the Ransom Disclosure Act.
Senators Elizabeth Warren and Patty Murray and President Joe Biden previously warned that the U.S. is not prepared for a pandemic.
A new report reveals a look at some of the elite names associated with a Facebook program that uses different moderation policies.
The Democrat from Massachusetts requested clarity on the tech giant's positioning of material promoting COVID-19 treatment and vaccine falsehoods.
"Today would be a great day for @POTUS to finally cancel at least $50,000 of student loan debt per borrower," Representative Pramila Jayapal tweeted.
"The White House says it doesn't have authority to extend the eviction moratorium or cancel student debt. But it hasn't had a problem conducting airstrikes without authorization from Congress," Representative Jamaal Bowman said.
"The idea that these cowardly Republicans in the Senate voted for this tells you everything you need to know about the GOP," the Texas Senator tweeted.
"$15 an hour is the floor," the Congressional Progressive Caucus tweeted Saturday, even as $7.25 has been in place since 2009.
"These terms are harmful relics from the era of invidious yet lawful discrimination that must be removed from public property," Rep. Al Green said.
The online retail giant's founder and chief executive was paid a base salary of just over $81,000 in 2019
"Why not put a surtax on billionaires?" Cramer asked. "I think that Lincoln would be aghast that these people are paying nothing."
The Democratic senator tweeted on Tuesday: "Our tax system is rigged for billionaires who don't make their fortunes through income, like working families do."
The Massachusetts senator called the JPMorgan Chase CEO the "star of the overdraft show" during a committee hearing on Wednesday.
"I appreciate that you want to duck this question. Do you know how much your profits would have been if you had actually waived overdraft fees as the regulators recommended?" Warren asked.
As Democratic leaders have backed Israel's "right to defend itself," a vocal faction of the party has slammed Israel's treatment of Palestinians.
Right-wing conspiracy theorists have claimed that the preschool will be mandatory and used to teach children to hate America and turn them into social justice activists.
"Of course there are laws that some people may consider as favoring Jews—it's a Jewish state," Fleur Hassan-Nahoum, a deputy mayor of Jerusalem, said.
"The United States must speak out strongly against the violence," Sanders tweeted on Saturday.