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Government shutdown continues; Cohen testimony postponed; Supreme Court to take up Second Amendment case; and more.
The wall may be a waste of money, but, according to Peterson: “We’ve wasted money on stupider things than this.”
It’s not exactly common to see brand-new House members meeting directly with the president to negotiate over a crisis, or storming into the Majority Leader’s office to remind him he “works for the American people,” not the president.
Potential topics of investigation into Trump administration actions numbering in the dozens — as many as 85, by one estimate.
Minnesota’s tribes signed treaties ceding their land to Washington in return for financial support. Those obligations aren’t being honored during the shutdown.
Shutdown continues; no one wants to run Defense Department; no longer too early to look at 2020 presidential field; and more.
Two Minnesota immigration attorneys, Kara Lynum and Ana Pottratz Acosta, are among the lawyers and advocates who have traveled to U.S. ports of entry to assist asylum-seekers.
Washington is closing out 2018 in the most 2018 way possible: cramming as much news as possible into a short period of time.
Plenty of people were excited about the election of two Muslim women to Congress in the 2018 midterms. The rulers of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia weren’t among them.
The climate rhetoric coming from the new Democrats is as radical as Congress has ever heard.
The impending government shutdown; Mueller investigation; Congress passes Farm Bill; and more.
In a Tuesday meeting with Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, the president said he’d be “proud” to shut down the government over the wall.
The group is expected to have more than 95 members in the 116th Congress, which is even more than it had during the first two years of Barack Obama’s presidency.
Trump’s legal troubles; Klobuchar’s presidential star rises; Gillibrand’s presidential star sinks; the return of Al Franken; and more.