Even with House approval of expansion of background checks on gun sales, the Senate probably won’t go along
The slim majority in the Senate wants to ensure that it can still be one that rules
With final passage all but absolute in the coming week from the House, the needed help for a struggling America highlights the bitter partisanship that divides Congress and the nation.
The bill provides needed assistance for a nation ravaged by a pandemic that continues for more than a year of infection and death
Republicans began stalling tactics while Democrats hope to win approval by mid-March.
Minimum wage increase is gone while some new restrictions apply, but most Americans would get a $1,400 stimulus payment
Gary Gensler is expected to demand accountability after a lax regulatory environment by Donald Trump
Questions are expected on what happened to communications and warnings of impending violence in the Jan. 6 riot