Posted on · The agreement, which has the support of at least 10 Republican senators, is narrowly focused at preventing future shootings similar to the one in Uvalde, Texas.
Posted on · Early negotiations have found bipartisan support for incentivizing states to pass laws that let authorities seize guns from individuals found to be a danger to themselves or others.
Posted on · The vote is a victory for a group of bipartisan Senate negotiators who worked with the White House to craft the agreement. The measure faces an uphill path in the House.
Posted on · They are introducing legislation that would eliminate tuition and fees at public, four-year institutions for those from families earning up to $125,000 and make community college free for everyone.
Posted on · Raphael Warnock has defeated Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler, according to the AP, inching the Senate closer to a Democratic majority. Jon Ossoff currently leads Republican David Perdue.
Posted on · The Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions convened Tuesday to address plans to reopen schools and workplaces amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Posted on · The CARES Act offers relief to state and local governments, individuals, small and large businesses, and hospitals affected by the coronavirus crisis.
Posted on · The Senate approved a new package earlier Wednesday providing paid sick leave and boosting testing for the coronavirus.
Posted on · The Senate majority leader is planning for each side in the impeachment trial to have 24 hours to present their case, spread over two days. Democrats object to that idea.
Posted on · House Speaker Nancy Pelosi informed House Democrats of her plans in a closed door meeting Tuesday. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he expected the Senate trial to start next Tuesday.
Posted on · Congressional leaders are prepared to vote Thursday on a $333 billion bipartisan spending package.
Posted on · Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi dismissed the idea that the stunning loss of a top party leader to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a progressive socialist candidate, has wider implications for the party.
Posted on · In a surprise news conference Friday, Trump said he would not sign a House GOP bill on immigration legislation drafted specifically to meet his policy demands.
Posted on · Over initial objections by House GOP leaders, the House is expected to take up immigration legislation next month that threatens to further divide the party in the middle of an election year.
Posted on · Military employees also described a "toxic work environment" to senators and staff, Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., told NPR. On Tuesday afternoon, President Trump left the decision to withdraw up to Jackson