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House Democrats are launching an aggressive campaign to prioritize the climate crisis. But President Trump has called climate change a hoax, and Republicans still control the Senate, so what can the House actually do to effect change?
The FBI Agents Association (FBIAA) repeated its call for the partial government shutdown to end, arguing that it is undermining the bureau’s ability to protect the nation.
Rudy Giuliani said President Trump recalls discussing the Trump Tower Moscow project with Michael Cohen until late 2016.
On Twitter Sunday, Trump insinuated that the major winter storm that hit New England on Sunday was evidence that anthropogenic climate change is absurd and laughable.
The Democrats on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee hammered former coal lobbyist Andrew Wheeler on Wednesday for his role in rolling back environmental protections at the Environmental Protection Agency.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is pondering whether he will have a bigger impact on the country as a Democratic presidential candidate or a businessman and philanthropist. And he intends to decide soon.
William P. Barr, President Trump’s nominee for attorney general, told the Senate Judiciary Committee that he would support a law that prohibits recreational marijuana.
Sen. Ted Cruz said Americans do not care much about special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe outside of Washington, D.C.
Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., said it’s worth asking whether President Trump acted as an agent for the Russian government during his presidential campaign — wittingly or unwittingly.
The FBI Agents Association are petitioning Congress and the White House to fund the bureau as the government shutdown drags on.
President Trump threatened to cut federal emergency funding for California’s firefighters in the middle of a partial government shutdown.
Julián Castro said President Trump’s treatment of longtime American allies is “the greatest threat to our national security” today.
Sen. Lindsey Graham said that former President Barack Obama is to blame for “everything we’re dealing with today” because of his decision to withdraw from Iraq in 2011.
President Trump’s choice to take over for outgoing Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has spent more than 30 years working for Boeing, a major defense contractor.
Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee accused President Trump of making a hasty decision, whereas Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky applauded the president’s decision to withdraw from Syria.
Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island is leading a group of Democratic senators fighting the EPA's proposal to weaken Obama-era methane rules.
President Trump questioned why the FBI searched Michael Cohen’s office and residences earlier this year but not Hillary Clinton’s office or DNC headquarters.
President Trump claimed that former FBI director James Comey lied to Congress and questioned why he couldn’t remember details about the Justice Department leading up to the 2016 presidential election.
Although projections for the future capture the most attention, the consequences of climate change are already wreaking havoc on our planet and our health.
Acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler proposed eliminating an Obama-era clean air rule to encourage the creation of more coal power plants.