Republicans aren't done clawing each others' eyes out over President Joe Biden's bipartisan infrastructure win yet. Now some GOP donors have reportedly chimed in, and they are livid over the 32 Republicans in Congress who voted in favor of creating jobs and upgrading the nation's 20th century infrastructure.
As Republicans seek credit for the infrastructure package they voted against, it's hard not to feel a sense of deja vu.
A Washington Post profile on Alaska Rep. Don Young (R) revealed that former President Donald Trump was so desperate to kill the infrastructure bill under President Joe Biden that he was working to phones to stop the funding.
Frustration among Democrats and activists is growing over stagnating legislation on Capitol Hill meant to expand voting rights, an issue the party has said is a priority but has been unable to clinch a victory on in Congress.
The right to vote should not be a partisan issue. But it is.
Chuck Schumer wants to pass the legislation out of the upper chamber before Christmas.
House Democrats are planning to vote Thursday evening on the massive social benefits and climate package at the core of President Biden's domestic agenda, lending the embattled party a significant victory heading into the long Thanksgiv
Rep. Gary Palmer (R-Ala.) this week touted a provision in the bipartisan infrastructure law that President Biden signed on Monday, despite the fact that he voted against the legislation.
In a radical move, Senate Republicans block cloture on closing debate for the Defense bill, leaving the NDAA in limbo.
When it comes to protecting democracy, it's now or never.