The Democratic bill goes against GOP efforts to limit voting by minorities and others who helped elect Joe Biden to the presidency
A man snubbed by hypocritical Senate leader Mitch McConnell and the Senate now appears headed to become America’s new Attorney General.
The dark, looming shadow of Donald Trump continues to hang over Republicans who live in fear of his rabid base
A Republican plan would cut the president’s proposed aid by billions, stall a minimum wage increase and eliminate some of his promises
Putting the trial off to February gives the Senate time to deal with President Biden’s Cabinet nominations and his proposed COVID-19 relief package.
Momentum continues to build in Congress to get rid of Trump as quickly as possible.
Bye, bye, you un-American guy. “I do think the president committed impeachable offenses,” says Pennsylvania GOP Sen. Pat Toomey. He joins a growing list of Republicans who say Trump must go, even before his term ends in 10 days, and never be allowed to seek office again.
While the increase of direct payments to $2,000 per person could pass the House, it is certain to die in the Senate. An angry Congress, however, is also certain to override Trump’s veto on the defense policy bill, another rebuke for the lame-duck president.
The millions who face an end to unemployment benefits that end at midnight Saturday are just the latest victims of a defeated, outgoing president who doesn’t give a damn about anybody but himself.
The aid package, the second one this year, gives individuals payments about half the size of the previous one, but more is promised after a new president takes office on Jan. 20.