Schumer, Gillibrand oppose USMCA as trade deal passes Senate

Schumer, Gillibrand oppose USMCA as trade deal passes Senate

The new trade deal with Mexico and Canada is now heading to President Donald Trump’s desk.

January 16th, 5:41 PM EST by Matt Knoedler
Senators sworn in ahead of next week's trial

Senators sworn in ahead of next week's trial

The articles of impeachment are now officially in the U.S. Senate.

January 16th, 5:18 PM EST by Matt Knoedler
Witness testimony during impeachment trial remains unclear as start date looms

Witness testimony during impeachment trial remains unclear as start date looms

Senate leaders are now getting last-minute rules in place for President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial. Opening arguments are expected to start on Tuesday.

January 15th, 6:25 PM EST by Matt Knoedler
After a chaotic 2019, freshman House Reps. are ready to legislate in 2020

After a chaotic 2019, freshman House Reps. are ready to legislate in 2020

After a whirlwind 2019 that began with the longest government shutdown in U.S. history and ended with the impeachment of President Donald Trump, freshman lawmakers are returning to Washington in 2020 ready to accomplish the legislative agenda they started with one year ago.

January 10th, 4:20 PM EST by Matt Knoedler
War Powers Resolution passes U.S. House

War Powers Resolution passes U.S. House

The U.S. House of Representatives voted Thursday in an attempt to limit President Donald Trump’s power over future military actions with Iran.

January 9th, 6:41 PM EST by Matt Knoedler
Reed offers new clean energy plan

Reed offers new clean energy plan

Tax credits and the free market. That’s how U.S. Rep. Tom Reed is hoping to win over Republican support for his clean energy plan that he says will curb climate change, without a big government program.

January 8th, 4:38 PM EST by Matt Knoedler
Senators split as Democrats draft War Powers Resolution

Senators split as Democrats draft War Powers Resolution

Congress is still debating how much authority the Trump administration should have over future military action against Iran.

January 7th, 5:34 PM EST by Matt Knoedler
House, Senate leaders at 'impasse' over Senate trial

House, Senate leaders at 'impasse' over Senate trial

The impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate appears to be at an impasse over the holidays.

December 20th, 12:19 PM EST by Matt Knoedler
USMCA, the new North American trade deal, clears U.S. House

USMCA, the new North American trade deal, clears U.S. House

A top 2016 campaign promise for President Donald Trump cleared a major hurdle Thursday.

December 19th, 4:28 PM EST by Matt Knoedler
President Trump impeached by House of Representatives

President Trump impeached by House of Representatives

The 45th President of the United States of America is just the third in the nation’s history to be impeached. The vote was mostly along party lines.

December 18th, 10:19 PM EST by Matt Knoedler
Toomey, alongside Warmbier family, pushes for new North Korea sanctions

Toomey, alongside Warmbier family, pushes for new North Korea sanctions

The bill is named after Otto Warmbier, the Ohio college student who died in 2017 after he was held prisoner in North Korea for over a year.

December 18th, 1:26 PM EST by Matt Knoedler
House passes $1.4 trillion spending deal to avoid government shutdown

House passes $1.4 trillion spending deal to avoid government shutdown

Congress is one step closer to avoiding another government shutdown that is scheduled to occur later this week.

December 17th, 4:06 PM EST by Matt Knoedler
Articles of impeachment against Trump advance to full House vote

Articles of impeachment against Trump advance to full House vote

The House Judiciary Committee approved articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump on a party-line vote Friday morning.

December 13th, 11:54 AM EST by Matt Knoedler
Articles of impeachment vote delayed until Friday following marathon markup debate

Articles of impeachment vote delayed until Friday following marathon markup debate

A vote in the House Judiciary Committee on articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump has been delayed until Friday morning following more than 14 hours of debate Thursday.

December 12th, 11:57 PM EST by Matt Knoedler
Democrats warn against 'junk plans' as open enrollment deadline nears

Democrats warn against 'junk plans' as open enrollment deadline nears

The deadline to buy health care through the federal exchange is this Sunday, December 15.

December 11th, 4:08 PM EST by Matt Knoedler
Reed, Keller react to articles of impeachment

Reed, Keller react to articles of impeachment

The House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday formally drafted articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, accusing him of abusing his power of office and obstructing Congress.

December 10th, 6:22 PM EST by Matt Knoedler
Lawmakers urge MLB to save local minor league teams

Lawmakers urge MLB to save local minor league teams

More members of Congress are ready to play ball. Not actual baseball. But the political battle underway on Capitol Hill to save Minor League Baseball teams at risk of losing their affiliation with Major League Baseball.

December 5th, 3:17 PM EST by Matt Knoedler
Scholars called by Democrats testify Trump's actions include impeachable offenses

Scholars called by Democrats testify Trump's actions include impeachable offenses

The impeachment inquiry took a more technical turn on Wednesday as legal scholars took the stand.

December 4th, 6:21 PM EST by Matt Knoedler
Reed offers insulin manufacturers a deal to cut rising costs

Reed offers insulin manufacturers a deal to cut rising costs

The bill would reduce the price of most insulin products by more than 75 percent, from an average of $300 a vial, to its 2006 price of just $68 a vial.

December 3rd, 3:38 PM EST by Matt Knoedler