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Charges Against Lawmaker Highlight Lack of Trading Limits for Congress

Charges Against Lawmaker Highlight Lack of Trading Limits for Congress

The indictment of a New York congressman on insider trading charges, along with his colleagues’ holdings in the biotechnology company at the center of the case, highlight how members of Congress face
Democrats Mobilized by Anger at Trump Surge in Texas Primaries

Democrats Mobilized by Anger at Trump Surge in Texas Primaries

Texas Democrats surged to voting booths in the first primary of the 2018 election campaign, providing a clear demonstration of a fired-up party on pace to send a significant number of women to face
Congressional Primary Season Kicks Off, Testing the Trump Effect

Congressional Primary Season Kicks Off, Testing the Trump Effect

Voters will be sending an early signal this month of whether President Donald Trump will be a bigger motivator for Democrats than Republicans in the November elections that will decide control of
Lawmakers Skeptical of Trump’s $12 Billion Plan to Prevent Flooding

Lawmakers Skeptical of Trump’s $12 Billion Plan to Prevent Flooding

The Trump administration’s proposed $12 billion initiative to reduce future flood damage met with skepticism in Congress.
Trump Disaster Assistance Request Draws Bipartisan Criticism

Trump Disaster Assistance Request Draws Bipartisan Criticism

A White House request for $44 billion in disaster aid came under intense criticism from Republicans and Democrats, making it likely Congress will provide a higher level of aid for Puerto Rico, Texas