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Trump Inquiry Won’t End With Impeachment Report, Schiff Says
The investigation of misconduct by the Trump administration will continue even after a House committee submits an initial report that could lead to the impeachment of President Donald Trump, said the
Lawmaker Says Boeing Withheld Hazard Information from FAA on 737
Boeing Co. concluded during the development of the 737 Max that if pilots failed to recognize a malfunction on a critical flight-control feature it could prove catastrophic, but the company didn’t
Boeing CEO to Tell Senate ‘We Made Mistakes’ in 737 Max Jet
Boeing Co. Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg plans to kick off a pair of critical appearances before U.S. lawmakers by admitting the planemaker made mistakes on the 737 Max, even as a fresh
Some FAA Inspectors Found to Lack Proper Training, Probe Reveals
The Federal Aviation Administration acknowledged that a whistleblower was correct in saying that some of its personnel were short on training, but says those people weren’t working on the Boeing 737
Sen. Wicker Says Facebook 'Winked' at Privacy Concerns
Sen. Roger Wicker, a Republican from Mississippi, discusses allegations concerning Facebook's use of personal data ahead of this week's Congressional Hearings. He speaks with Bloomberg's Jonathan
GOP Senator Cochran to Retire April 1, Setting Up November Vote
Mississippi Republican Senator Thad Cochran said Monday that he’ll resign from Congress on April 1 for health reasons. The retirement will allow Republican Governor Phil Bryant to name a temporary
Democrats Lose Immigration Clout But May Gain an Election Issue
Congressional Democrats who provided needed votes to reopen the government after Friday’s brief shutdown now head into a fight over the intractable issue of immigration with their clout to help young
What the Democrats Can Learn From Alabama in 2018
The chance of winning back the House and Senate depends on whether the party can duplicate Doug Jones’s upset in other red states.
Donor Backing Roy Moore Causes Headaches for Other Republicans
Contributions from an Illinois shipping magnate to a super political action committee backing embattled U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore in Alabama are causing problems for other Republicans.
What’s Next for Robert Mercer, Steve Bannon’s Moneyman?
Far from abandoning the Republican insurgency and stepping away from politics, the GOP megadonor is freeing himself to be more involved.