The USA TODAY network asked all 534 members of the House and Senate whether they support the $1.6 billion down payment.
Facebook briefed members of Congress and provided the ads and other information to Robert Mueller, the company said
NEW YORK (AP) — Three Democratic members of Congress have been arrested at a protest outside Trump Tower. U.S. Reps Raul Grijalva, of Arizona; Luis Gutierrez, of Illinois; and Adriano Espaillat, of New York, were among a small groupShow More Summary
Mike Allen: “Members of Congress in both parties have begun exploring possible legislative action against Facebook and other tech giants, setting the stage for a potentially massive battle in the midterm election year of 2018.” “Following revelations about fake news [...]
Members of Congress are pushing federal agencies to update maps that provide information about potential environmental risks to the Great Lakes. The "Environmental Sensitivity Index" maps are maintained by the … Click to Continue »
Anthony Weiner, the former seven-term member of Congress from New York City who in 2011 was forced to resign from the House of Representatives over a sexting scandal, pleaded with a judge on Wednesday to keep him out of prison afterShow More Summary
While streaming services such as Spotify and Pandora may be background noise to lots of people (at work, at a party, in the car), for songwriters, they’re very much at the forefront of their minds. Because not only has music streaming taken a huge bite out of profits, but after months of hearings, the Copyright […]
Under current law, there are quite a few restrictions on gun silencers. Some members of Congress want to change that.
Democrats in Congress are ratfed — but Republican retirements just may be the political miracle they need. Republican members of Congress returned from an August recess in which they avoided terrible headlines by doing their darnedest...Show More Summary
Psycho Hillary Clinton was so peeved about the media coverage over her private email server that she was considering making voodoo dolls in the image of “certain members” of the news and Congress with the intention of “[sticking] them full of pins.” That sounds sane... Show More Summary
Members of Congress say a Louisiana man has been detained in Guatemala since March after bullets were found in his luggage during an airport scan. Sen. Bill Cassidy and Rep. … Click to Continue »
A Texas Republican is introducing the bills as members of anti-immigrant hate groups sway policy in the Trump White House. The post Congress to Consider Legislation Pushed by Anti-Immigrant Hate Groups appeared first on Rewire.
Thousands of members of Congress and congressional staffers are benefiting from an illegal scheme that gives Congress special treatment both by exempting them from the harshest part of ObamaCare and by providing them each up to $12,000 in benefits that federal law prohibits them from receiving. Show More Summary
Two Republican members of Congress from North Carolina say they “accidentally” signed their names on an anti-gerrymandering brief sent to the Supreme Court — a problem many believe was created by the GOP’s “racial” redistricting. According to the News &...
Today, 18 members of Congress released a letter urging the U.S. Department of Justice to follow up with an investigation of the December 2016 criminal referrals regarding Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast (PPGC) and the illegal trade in fetal tissue from aborted children. The letter was released by Congressman Mike Johnson (LA-04) and co-signed by Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn, […]
Most members of Congress voted for the $15.25 billion hurricane relief package, which will be part of a series of funding allocated for Texas, Florida and all of the states that Irma destroys. However, when it comes to one set of Republicans the care and concern stops at platitudes. All House...
GOP members are NOT happy with the Department of Justice after notifying Congress on Friday that it will not charge IRS Lois Lerner over her alleged involvement in targeting Conservative groups. Washington Examiner reports: “[T]he Department...Show More Summary
A top-ranking member of the Senate Intelligence Committee says he wants Twitter to brief members of Congress on whether accounts originating in Russia might have played a role in the U.S. presidential election. Today, Sen. Mark Warner (D-Virginia), vice chairman of the committee, said executives from the social media platform are expected to brief lawmakers...