And perhaps no lawmaker is more committed to this difficult work than the chamber’s youngest member: Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas, a gangly, 40-year-old Ir
The two officials — Dan Coats, the director of national intelligence, and Adm. Michael S. Rogers, the director of the National Security Agency — testified
Mr. Trump could still move to block the testimony next week, given his history of changing his mind at the last minute about major decisions. But legal experts have said that Mr. Trump has a weak case to invoke executive privilege because he has publicly addressed his conversations with Mr. Comey, and any such move could carry serious political risks.
The investigation is widely considered the premier inquiry, the one with the necessary jurisdiction and the best chance of producing a credible outcome. These
His death was confirmed by the Muehlenkamp-Erschell Funeral Home in Fort Thomas. He had a stroke last October.
He has mostly shunned the Beltway social circuit favored by his peers, splitting his leisure hours between the Senate gym’s elliptical machine and an apartment stash of Sam’s Club hamburgers, imported from his Louisiana home in a Walmart freezer pack.
The budget battle ahead mirrors the continuing health care fight, in which concessions to Republican moderates alienate conservatives, while overtures to conse
Moving forward with the cuts outlined in the $4.1 trillion spending plan created by the budget director, Mick Mulvaney, formerly one of the most determined fis
Statues of Ben Franklin and other luminaries of history remain swathed in eerie plastic to protect them from protracted tests of the Capitol’s smoke detection systems.