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Parnas Says Trump Lied About What He Knew: Impeachment Update

Parnas Says Trump Lied About What He Knew: Impeachment Update

The impeachment case against Donald Trump will move to the other side of the Capitol on Wednesday when the House formally notifies the Senate of the charges against the president and the House members
Senate GOP Leader McConnell Suffers Fractured Shoulder in Fall

Senate GOP Leader McConnell Suffers Fractured Shoulder in Fall

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell suffered a fractured shoulder on Sunday after tripping on an outside patio at his home in Kentucky, according to a statement from his office.
Trump Announces News Conference After Threatening to Veto Spending Bill

Trump Announces News Conference After Threatening to Veto Spending Bill

President Donald Trump said he’ll hold a news conference Friday afternoon on the $1.3 trillion spending bill passed by Congress, hours after tweeting that he’s considering vetoing the legislation and
Bipartisan Gun Measures Pile Up in Senate With No Plans to Act

Bipartisan Gun Measures Pile Up in Senate With No Plans to Act

Bipartisan proposals to address gun violence and school safety keep piling up in the U.S. Senate, but there are no plans to vote on them.
Pressure Rises on Congress to Raise Debt Ceiling in Coming Weeks

Pressure Rises on Congress to Raise Debt Ceiling in Coming Weeks

Congress came under increased pressure to raise the nation’s debt ceiling following two reports forecasting that the federal government will run out of cash within a matter of weeks.
Durbin Sees ‘End of the Senate’ If Trump Gets Nuclear Option

Durbin Sees ‘End of the Senate’ If Trump Gets Nuclear Option

Senator Dick Durbin said allowing Republicans to pass legislation with the slimmest of majorities as President Donald Trump suggested on Sunday “would be the end of the Senate as it was originally
Senate at Impasse as Votes Delayed Until Monday: Shutdown Update

Senate at Impasse as Votes Delayed Until Monday: Shutdown Update

The House and Senate were in session Sunday with a federal government shutdown in its second day amid a spending-bill impasse in Congress.
Senate GOP Appears to Clinch Tax Bill Vote With Collins Support

Senate GOP Appears to Clinch Tax Bill Vote With Collins Support

Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine said she’ll back the GOP tax bill -- putting to rest any questions about her support.