Republican chairman of the House Intelligence Committee weighs in on 'Hannity' about Attorney General Jeff Sessions' dismissal of the former FBI deputy director.
So. Donald Trump is crowing tonight, with caps-lock set on STUN, after the GOP-controlled House Intelligence Committee proclaims they have found no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. Raise your hand if thisShow More Summary
The Washington Post reports: The Supreme Court on Monday turned down a request from Pennsylvania Republican legislative leaders to block the implementation of a redrawn congressional map that creates more parity between the political parties in the state. Show More Summary
The White House has refused to comply with all three investigations by the Republican-controlled House into the questionable behavior of President Donald Trump’s top aides, including Cabinet secretaries and son-in-law, … Click to Continue »
Tennessee Republicans shut down a resolution condemning Neo-Nazis and White Supremacists during a House Subcommittee meeting Wednesday night. The resolution, otherwise known as House Joint Resolution 583, condemns the “totalitarian impulses,...Show More Summary
Republicans on the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee offer little evidence Russia is using "social media propaganda" to incite pipeline protests. The post No, Republicans Did Not Expose Extensive Effort By Russia To Fuel Pipeline Opposition appeared first on Shadowproof.
When it comes to the nation's debate over guns, it's hard to miss the direction of the prevailing winds. Congressional Republicans don't seem to care.
The ‘‘Protecting Our Communities from Gang Violence Act of 2018’’ Act, introduced in the House of Representatives last month by Republican Lee Zeldin of New York, would allow the U.S. government to revoke the citizenship status of naturalized immigrants who have been or are affiliated or associated with a criminal gang. The bill stipulates that an immigrant’s citizenship […]
Senate Majority Leader Thomas K. Norment Jr. sharply criticized the House Speaker, a fellow Republican.
Much of the country has come to expect very little from this Republican-led Congress, but even cynics may have expected too much from Nunes and his accomplices.
Rep. Adam Schiff talks with Rachel Maddow about the Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee shutting down their Trump Russia investigation with...
Rep. Mike Conaway (R-Texas) said Sunday the House Intelligence Committee was not tasked with investigating collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign, despite the committee issuing a report last week stating it found no evidence of collusion in the 2016 election. Show More Summary
The race between Democrat Conor Lamb and Republican Rick Saccone for a U.S. House seat amounts to the biggest taste of voter sentiment so far this year.
Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.), the ranking Democrat on the Senate Energy and Natural Resource Committee, railed against House lawmakers for “holding back the American economy” with what she characterized as uninformed attitudes toward renewable energy during an event in Washington, D.C. Show More Summary
Trey Gowdy joined Fox News Sunday to talk all things Mueller and Trump and he had a pretty strong view of how things should go...departing from many of his colleagues in the Republican Party. Started off talking about the House Intel Committee and whether he supports their findings. Show More Summary
Last night, the Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee abruptly concluded that there is no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign (and/or administration) and Russia, and further that there is no evidence to support the assessment of the U.S. Show More Summary
In addition to a problematic funding announcement, the Title X program faces grantee selection from an abstinence-only advocate and the threat of elimination from House Republicans.
The Republican Majority of the House Intelligence Committee has completed a one-sided draft report concluding their investigation of Russian interference.
Republican lawmakers have insisted that Trump let the special counsel to do his job.
One GOP senator insists the White House wants Mueller "to be able to finish the investigation."