Some conservatives said the $1.3 trillion bill was a win for Democrats.
"You said you would enforce these laws, you haven't, and I think that's the scandal that should get you fired," Warren said.
The massive spending bill would tweak an amendment that banned the CDC from studying gun violence. But some gun control advocates say the bill still falls short.
The Office of Inspector General said travel-cost justifications from the Treasury and White House needed "more detail and rigor."
This year, what 43 million American renters spent is up by $4.9 billion from 2016.
The special counsel's office released its first expenditure report.
Germany, France and 21 other European states have voted to plan their defenses together and avoid wasteful spending.
To put it in perspective, if we all gave our money to one person instead of spending on Halloween, that person could book a flight to the moon—90 times.
Do initiatives to stop migration actually deter people from leaving home, or do they unintentionally help repressive governments like Eritrea, Libya and Sudan?
The Premier League's biggest teams are preparing for more deals.
Newsweek takes a look at the trend over the past 17 years.
"Allies should invest more in defense not to please the United States but because it is in their own interest," NATO's Jens Stoltenberg said.
India is concerned that China is building a string of alliances that surround it, kicked off with its base in Djibouti on the northwestern edge of the Indian Ocean.
Trump's declining support, even among conservatives, is why Republicans won't stick up for his budget.
Most federal departments would be hit while Medicaid and the food stamp programs would lose almost a trillion dollars.
Despite a lagging economy, Moscow has boosted defense spending to come in just behind the U.S. and China.
China revealed plans to increase its marine force by 400 percent, focusing on strategic intercontinental trade routes.
Benefit claims have remained below 300,000 for 104 straight weeks, the longest stretch since 1970.