The president uses a missile-defense policy rollout to bash Democrats before the military’s senior leaders.
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The prolonged government shutdown is getting "pretty scary" as the number of federal employees and contractors forced out of work could impact the nation’s next jobs report.
From processing grants to prevent terrorist attacks to inspecting cribs for safety, workers highlight responsibilities that are falling by the wayside.
Professor and author Paul Light weighs in on the current state – and future – of the government shutdown.
The president and his party have grown accustomed to representing a minority of Americans—and ignoring majority opinion.
Republican amendment to a continuing resolution would have funded agencies until Jan. 15, thus providing the one check that has been missed so far.
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HHS inspector general says the exact number of children to enter the department’s custody as part of family separation policy is "unknown."
Legislation is a common-sense follow-up to guaranteeing furloughed feds back pay once government reopens, sponsors say.
President Trump might be able to keep the government closed indefinitely. But the new Democratic speaker can deny him use of the country’s most effective pulpit to make his case to the public.