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On Thursday, House Speaker Rep. Nancy Pelosi announced the House Judiciary Committee will take the next step of drafting articles of impeachment.
Pelosi said that "the president leaves us with no choice but to act," decrying his actions as "in defiance of our founders."
Elizabeth Warren just tweeted at Larry Page that Congress will still hold him accountable for Google, regardless of his job title
The presidential candidate, who has made regulating big tech a key part of her campaign, said Page was still responsible for Google's practices.
A Republican Florida congressional candidate implied in a fundraising email that Ilhan Omar should be hanged
The campaign email comes after Omar's GOP opponent Danielle Stella was banned from Twitter for suggesting that Omar be tried and hanged for treason.
House overwhelmingly passes bill to sanction Chinese officials over abuse and detention of Muslims in Xinjiang, further spiking tensions with China
The bill, called The Uighur Act of 2019, condemns human rights abuses against Uighur Muslims in China's autonomous Xinjiang.
Congressional Republicans are repeating many baseless conspiracy theories in Trump’s impeachment inquiry. Here’s why they’re all bog...
The GOP-controlled Senate Intelligence Committee's own investigation into the matter turned up no evidence that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 election.
Ilhan Omar’s Republican opponent was banned from Twitter after suggesting the congresswoman should be tried for treason and hanged
The Republican campaign promoted a wild conspiracy theory that Omar had illegally shared sensitive government information with Qatar and Iran.
"Trump's trade war may have been a significant contributor to the Republican Party's weak showing in the 2018 House elections," the researchers said.
Without progress on border security, Washington will either face another short-term spending fix or a Christmas shutdown for the second year in a row.
Here’s why two weeks of bombshell testimony in Trump’s impeachment inquiry won’t matter to House Republicans
Trump has strong support among the Republican party's base, making it politically dangerous for Republican members of Congress to turn on him.