With a new deadline fast approaching, Democrats in Congress are struggling to adopt a unified strategy to protect hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation.
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press
Facing a critical Senate vote on his tax overhaul, President Donald Trump is instead putting the spotlight on a volatile collection of extraneous topics -- anti-Muslim videos, Pocahontas, NFL players who kneel during the national anthem, among other disputes.
By Felicia Fonseca and Laurie Kellman, Associated Press
Families of Navajo war veterans who were honored at the White House say they were dumbfounded that the president used the event to take a political jab at Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren, demeaning their work with an unbreakable code that…
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., says the law is clear when it comes to who should run the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in the wake of the resignation of its director. Warren, who helped create the bureau under the Obama administration,…
By Daniel Bush
Trump referred to Warren indirectly as “Pocahontas” at an event Monday afternoon for Navajo code talkers, the veterans who played a key role in the U.S. military’s communications efforts in the Pacific during World War II.
By Associated Press
The Republican president has repeatedly mocked the Massachusetts senator for claims she has made about being part Native American.
The major tax cut proposed by House Republicans is “the biggest tax giveaway to giant corporations in modern memory, said Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. Judy Woodruff gets reaction to the bill from Warren, plus the senator weighs in on revelations…
By Erica R. Hendry
“The process was rigged and now it is up to Democrats to build a new process, a process that really works and works for everyone,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren told PBS NewsHour’s Judy Woodruff.
By Alan Fram, Associated Press
The party's effort to separate itself from the 65-year-old film executive came after The New York Times reported that he has settled sexual harassment lawsuits with at least eight women.
Democratic and progressive leaders spent Tuesday outlining their vision for the future of the party and the country at a D.C. conference. And like most conversations in Washington, the talk kept coming back to President Donald Trump.
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