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The contrast has fueled Democratic attacks on the funding impasse and the highly polarized fetal tissue investigation.
Replacing the House flags: “A reproduction of the commemorative quarters issued by the U.S. Mint.“
Ryan’s bid to create a ‘proposition party’ may not survive the GOP presidential nominee’s scrutiny,
NRCC fundraising figures show a $6 million advantage over Democrats seven months before Election Day.
Garland’s service as a federal prosecutor after the 1995 bombing has emerged as a key episode in his career.
The DCCC says it had a record March as Trump has Democrats openly eyeing the speaker’s chair.
Push to confirm Supreme Court nominee Merrick B. Garland faces increasingly dismal odds of success.
No breakthrough seen in hour-long breakfast with the Judiciary Committee chairman.
The White House invited some of Merrick Garland’s family and friends — including his sister, Jill — to attend the law school event to highlight the judge’s predicament.
House Speaker Ryan is facing a dynamic virtually identical to the right-wing revolts that bedeviled his predecessor.
The island’s finances are so bad that school buses are sitting without fuel, the governor said.
No breakthrough seen in hourlong breakfast with Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley.
Senators confirmed Waverly D. Crenshaw Jr., one of 14 lifetime appointees awaiting action, to a district court seat in Tennessee.
GOP Sen. Mike Lee of Utah clerked for Samuel Alito and has endorsed Ted Cruz for president.
Sen. Chuck Schumer proposed giving the FAA the authority to establish minimum standards for airline seats.
The town hall at the University of Chicago Law School lets the president adopt his ‘professor’ role.
The West Virginia Democrat says he still has reservations on guns and environmental issues.
Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine), however, already supported hearings.
All but three of Garland’s former clerks unite to urge confirmation. And the holdouts have a good excuse.
Democrats cite polling and upcoming meetings, but GOP bulwark against the nominee is intact.