If we want modern public infrastructure and economic security, increasing taxes on the ultra-rich is the way to go.
The committee will look into why and how the attack happened, and produce recommendations on preventing similar events.
Mitch McConnell has established himself as the U.S.’s most dangerous practitioner of might-is-right politics.
Democrats are considering a reconciliation bill with infrastructure proposals excluded from the bipartisan negotiations.
McConnell will eat hot mud before granting Biden another legislative victory. When will the president figure that out?
The senator said blocking Obama’s nominee in 2016 was the “most consequential thing” he did as Senate majority leader.
Only a hard turn toward the reconciliation process has any real chance of resolving the infrastructure impasse.
The progressive from New York blasted Manchin for rejecting the attempt to standardize voting and election rules.
The GOP proposal for $257 billion in new spending falls far short of Joe Biden’s plan for $1.7 billion of the same.
“We don’t compromise with white supremacy. End the filibuster,” said Rep. Cori Bush.