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The Congressional Management Foundation March 20 announced that U.S. Rep. Ro Khanna, a second-term Indian American Democrat representing the 17th Congressional District in California, is a finalist for the Democracy Awards.
All of a sudden, it’s popular to be progressive.
Right now, many Americans are filing their taxes and finding that far from getting the big tax refunds President Trump promised, they actually owe the IRS money.
The Senate broke with President Trump on Wednesday over the Saudi-led military campaign in Yemen, paving the way for a veto showdown with the White House.
Senators voted 54-46 to pass a resolution requiring the president to withdraw any troops in or "affecting" Yemen within 30 days unless they are fighting al Qaeda.
It is too soon to decide whether impeachment proceedings should be launched against President Donald Trump, despite House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's contention he is "not worth" the effort, Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Calif., said Wednesday.
Mark Meadows, the chair of the conservative Freedom Caucus, wants to end Super PACs.
Meadows voted against House Democrats’ sweeping ethics and reform bill, which passed the chamber Friday morning on a party-line vote. But there were parts of it he agreed with, the North Carolina Republican told The Intercept.
WASHINGTON — They’re two of the most prominent women in the Senate and the Democratic Party. They both were born and made their careers in California, specifically the Bay Area. Nine times out of 10, they vote the same way.
But they also exemplify a growing divide among Democrats over the direction the party should take.
The idea of antitrust in the tech industry has been tossed around a lot lately. Most recently, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) published a proposal to break up big tech companies, notably Amazon, Facebook, and Google.
Former President Jimmy Carter could be an unexpected supplement in the denuclearization discussions with North Korea.
Carter has offered to travel to North Korea and get involved with denuclearization talks after the talks have come to a stalemate following the recent summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un, Politico reported Thursday.
Former President Jimmy Carter has offered to travel to North Korea to meet Kim Jong Un in a bid to break the diplomatic stalemate between Washington and Pyongyang over the denuclearization of the rogue state.
Representative Ro Khanna, a California Democrat, told Politico that the former president had expressed his willingness to travel to North Korea in a conversation on Thursday.