The president is expected to receive a briefing Thursday on potential gun control proposals. He's keeping everyone guessing whether he'll back any of them.
They're siding with the president even though he's raiding money for military projects in their states to build his border wall.
“If the president is in favor of a number of things that he has discussed openly and publicly — and I know that if we pass it, it’ll become law — I’ll put it on the floor,” the Senate majority leader pledged.
The president defended his escalating trade dispute with China "whether it’s good for our country or bad for our country short term."
Sanders sees health care as 2020's defining issue. Warren wants to tackle special interest influence and corruption in Washington.
The head of the National Economic Council says the economy is “in pretty good shape" despite growing fears of a coming downturn.
Progressives who backed the Vermont senator in the 2016 presidential race have lots more options this time -- like Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who's inching up in polls.
Congressman Mike Turner represents Dayton, where a heavily armed gunman killed at least nine people and injured 27 others.
"He did an extraordinary job, and he should be given that recognition by those" running for president, Sen. Dick Durbin said.
The deal increases the debt ceiling and lowers the chances of a government shutdown later this year. But it does nothing to address rapidly rising deficits.
2020 Democratic contenders have yet to explain how any version of the government-run health care plan would pass in a sharply divided Senate.