This is how the Senate changes — not with a bang, but with a motion to overturn the ruling of the chair.
House Republicans voted unanimously Tuesday to revoke the Federal Communication’s (FCC) broadband privacy rules, sending legislation to the White House that would undo duplicitous regulation around consumer privacy.
According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, the issue of criminal justice reform, due to its success in some states, could unite left- and right-leaning voters. Mark Holden, general counsel and senior vice president for Koch Industries, hopes President Donald Trump takes notice.
GOP senators are wary of a pillar of the speaker’s proposal, an ominous sign for one of Donald Trump’s top agenda items.
Republican lawmakers hoping for a break from the politically charged atmosphere in Washington, D.C., have instead been met with protests at home.
SACRAMENTO — In state capitals from Albany to Sacramento, and in Democratic and Republican-controlled statehouses, President Donald Trump is emerging as a central organizing principle for both parties.
When ABC News anchor David Muir anchor asked President Donald Trump during an interview this week whether he could hear the crowds during the so-called Women’s March in Washington from the White House on Saturday, the answer he received was a lot more than he had bargained for.
The Obama administration has made a second $500 million payment into an international climate change adaptation fund, the State Department announced Tuesday.
Defense hawks are ready to celebrate: After eight years of battling efforts by the White House to downsize the Pentagon, they’re confident a military buildup is about to begin under President-elect Donald Trump.
“Dirty Jobs” host Mike Rowe took to Facebook to sound off on the recent examples of protesters burning the American flag and a Massachusetts college removing the flag in response.