“In all likelihood, some of us are gonna lose our jobs over it,” Rep. Dean Phillips told Vice News earlier this week.
Jewish groups are concerned about increasing politicization of accusations of antisemitism.
The vote came after Trump said Omar and her colleagues should “go back” and fix the “broken and crime infested places from which they came.”
For advocates, the decision to end an Obama-ordered environmental study was both predictable and shocking.
Congress’ debates over funding the government for the coming year are going to get wrapped up in immigration politics.
Emmer’s bill is so narrowly tailored to Minnesota interests that it almost requires a Minnesota sponsor in the upper chamber. But Franken has already come out against it, leaving all eyes on Amy Klobuchar.
Is a disaster-aid vote the right time to reform federal programs?
The issue, which is far from decided, defies traditional partisanship in Minnesota.
Qatar and United Arab Emirates based carriers are playing a growing role in the U.S. market. But are they playing fair?
During the election, the question was what it would take for Republicans to publicly say they would not support Trump. Now, it’s at what point they decide that he is toxic enough to derail their policy agenda.
Radio can provide a great way to connect with a fired-up base. But it also supplies plenty of fodder for opponents.
The conservative former talk radio host and the New Deal Democrat and have made for strange political bedfellows.
Trump’s announcement was a setback for politicians, including members of Minnesota’s congressional delegation, who would like to see a new approach to U.S.-Cuban relations.
Sixth District Rep. Tom Emmer’s monologue touched on everything from Keith Ellison to Cuba.
Minnesota’s Republican representatives, who all voted for the bill, claim people with pre-existing conditions will still be able to buy health insurance. Are they right?
Their votes are a foregone conclusion, but each representative faces different pressures in one of the defining moments of the 115th Congress.
Minnesotans are turning up the pressure on their representatives.
Immigrant advocates once believed the second-term Republican might take a more tempered approach on immigration and refugee issues.
“I don’t think America voted for Republicans. I think America was sending a very strong message that we don’t like the way things are going… We want some changes.”
Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Rep. Tom Emmer are big proponents of changing U.S. policy toward the island, but they had differing views on how recent developments affect reform’s chances.