WASHINGTON, April 15 U.S. President Donald Trump
attacked Democratic U.S. Representative Ilhan Omar as an "out of
control" purveyor of "hate" speech on Monday before leaving for
a visit to the state the Muslim-American represents in Congress.
LEESBURG, Va./WASHINGTON Democratic leaders in Congress said on Thursday they would seek President Donald Trump's support in coming weeks for legislation to invest up to $2 trillion to rebuild U.S. infrastructure, including roads, bridges and schools.
LEESBURG, Va. U.S. House of Representatives Democrats are accusing Republican President Donald Trump of aggravating a crisis situation at the southern U.S. border, saying he has not used funds available to help deal with a surge of migrants and exacerbated the problem with his attempts to crack down.
WASHINGTON U.S. House of Representatives Democrats on Tuesday cancelled a planned floor vote on legislation to set federal spending levels for next year after the party's left wing demanded more money for domestic programs.
WASHINGTON The grassroots group that helped propel U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez into Congress is taking on Democratic party leaders over what critics call an effort to deter liberal candidates from running against more moderate incumbents.
WASHINGTON Calling it an effort to take away Americans' healthcare, the U.S. House of Representatives voted Wednesday to condemn the Trump administration's courtroom bid to eliminate Obamacare. | Video
WASHINGTON Congressional Democrats raised questions on Wednesday about security at President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida after a Chinese woman carrying electronic devices bluffed her way through security checks last weekend. | Video
WASHINGTON, April 3 Calling it an effort to take
away Americans' healthcare, the U.S. House of Representatives
voted Wednesday to condemn the Trump administration's courtroom
bid to eliminate Obamacare.
WASHINGTON Democrats mocked President Donald Trump on Tuesday for pushing back his promise of sweeping healthcare reform until after the 2020 election, and said they were happy to make it a central campaign issue. | Video
WASHINGTON U.S. President Donald Trump pledged on Wednesday to deliver a better healthcare system than Obamacare if the Supreme Court tosses out his predecessor's signature domestic achievement, a potentially hazardous claim as he seeks re-election.