These are the Senate Republicans who voted against President Trump’s border emergency declaration on Thursday.
Senate Republicans joined their Democratic colleagues on Thursday in voting to block President Trump’s border emergency declaration — a move that will prompt the president’s first-ever veto.
Former FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok defended his affair with now-former FBI counsel Lisa Page during a closed-door appearance before the House Judiciary Committee last summer, repeatedly denying the relationship presented a security risk when challenged by GOP aides, according to a newly released transcript of his testimony.
An appeals court in New York ruled on Thursday that a lawsuit by a former “Apprentice” contestant who accused President Trump of unwanted kisses and groping can proceed – shutting down claims by his lawyers that Trump is immune from the defamation lawsuits while in office and raising the specter that he will have to sit for sworn questioning.
Senator Mitt Romney, R-Utah, Thursday declared himself against President Trump’s emergency declaration to secure the southern border saying he would vote for the resolution of disapproval.
He might not have a presidential nickname just yet, but Beto O’Rourke is on the president’s radar.
Alabama State Rep. Lynn Greer filed a bill this month in the State Legislature which would allow churchgoers to defend themselves with guns in church.
Beto O’Rourke’s the latest entry into the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. But the former three-term congressman from Texas surely won’t be the last.
Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., Monday said that the Mueller investigation had “gone off the rails” and has “zero credibility” after a two year long investigation into President Trump’s alleged ties to Russia.
Elizabeth Warren defended capitalism as a “force for good”, while also pointing out some flaws, in a new interview.