Bolton in as national security adviser; Shulkin out at VA; Census immigration question; and more.
Congress has long depended on the coalition formed by uniting agriculture and consumer interests to pass the Farm Bill. In the past, that’s warded off partisan bickering and brinksmanship.
Minnesota’s Second District is widely acknowledged to be one of the nation’s most competitive. You wouldn’t know it from Rep. Jason Lewis’ policy positions.
The last six months have seen legislative battles, incendiary statements out of the White House, and a government shutdown over DACA. One thing it has not seen: a definitive end to the DACA program.
Democrats in the district are hoping to ride a national anti-Trump wave in a district the president won by 19 points in 2016.
The case hinges on one question: can a public employee be compelled to pay fees to a union that represents her workforce, even if she herself is not a member of the union?
Aftermath of Parkland shooting; Mueller’s indictments; Kushner’s security clearance; the most unremarkable half-pipe run in history; and more.
What happened in the immigration debate; Trump’s big infrastructure plan; Pruitt’s first-class travel; and more.
Though Nolan’s reasons for hanging it up were understandable the timing of his announcement surprised people throughout the district.
Members of Congress agreed to increase Federal spending by about $500 billion over the next two years.