But workers have covered up the names.
After some grilling by Senate Democrats Thursday, Trump’s nominee to head the Department of Housing and Urban Development said he would alert senators if his work involved any Trump properties.
The loss of the item suggests a “possible systemic ignorance of security policy” at a Quebec air force base, an investigator says.
Some members of Congress agree an investigation is necessary, with Democrats calling for a look into allegations of Russian influence on Donald Trump, while Republicans want to focus on how the embarrassing report was made public.
In response to the intelligence report on Russian hacking, senators are pushing new sanctions on Russia to punish cyber-attackers, codify Obama-era sanctions and crack down on fake news.
Authors of the bipartisan legislation to overhaul the criminal justice system say that members will be freer now to bring it up and pass it without the threat of an election year. But how Donald Trump, who campaigned on law and order, responds is an open question.
Democrats are accusing Price of trading shares of health care companies, while pushing legislation that could affect their prices, asking the same office that House Republicans tried to gut this week to look into it.
For the last time, the vice president held court during the ceremonial swearing in where he flirted, hugged, and schmoozed with the families of senators. Democrats and Republicans alike said they’ll miss him and his colorful personality.
“The fact that they did not focus on this issue to the extent that we thought they would and they should is something that I think the press needs to do some introspection about,” she tells the hosts of BuzzFeed’s Another Round podcast.
“Ooh, that happens. That happens,” Rice told the hosts of BuzzFeed’s Another Round podcast.
Over the last year, @CongressEdits has captured users in Congress changing Wikipedia entries to delete scandals affecting members and even rewriting Choco Taco history.
Congress passed funding to help Flint fix its water system, but the money falls short of state estimates of what’s needed to solve the problem. Now, Democrats are calling on Michigan to step up, saying “the state did this to Flint.”
“The Committee will follow the intelligence wherever it leads.”
A fight over extending benefits for miners is holding up funding for the government, which is scheduled to run out at midnight Friday.
It’s been nearly a year since the White House declared a federal emergency over water contamination in Flint, Michigan. Now, a fight over drought relief in California is putting funding for the city in danger.
“No freedom for speaking up,” said one Cuban, who was only willing to speak anonymously for fear of being jailed. “People of the government is not good.”
Reviled as a dictator by some, praised as a revolutionary by others, Fidel Castro’s ashes were interred Sunday in a secretive ceremony.
“He’s the leader who guided us to the revolution and gave us everything that we have right now,” said a 17-year-old student, who was celebrating the life of Castro.
“When I’m old, I will say to my grandchild, ‘I went there when Fidel died.’”