It’s time for Democrats to abandon dreams of bipartisanship. The GOP already has.
The letter, signed by more than 130 House Democrats, asks Biden to maintain climate goals he set earlier this year.
The pandemic may have cleared a way for the federal government to rebuild U.S. classrooms.
Mitch McConnell has shown time and time again that he will gladly burn down the house to appease his right-wing funders.
Secretly recorded videos have exposed how ExxonMobil continues to fight U.S. efforts to tackle the climate crisis.
Sixty-two percent of respondents support passing Joe Biden’s original infrastructure plan with a simple majority vote.
In a break from his usual bipartisan hang-ups, the West Virginia senator said he’d support the Democrats-only package.
“The last person who should have a say on our agenda is Senate MINORITY Leader Mitch McConnell,” Rep. Jayapal tweeted.
Rep. Jamaal Bowman pointed to the importance of keeping racial justice in focus in the infrastructure bill.
As record temperatures scorch the country, the GOP is fighting to keep climate proposals out of the infrastructure bill.