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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.
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 is willing to travel to North Korea in order to meet with Kim Jong Un on behalf of President Donald Trump, a Democratic congressman told CNN on Thursday.
WASHINGTON ― More than a dozen progressive House Democrats, including Rep. Ro Khanna (Calif.), and firebrand freshmen Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (N.Y.), Rashida Tlaib (Mich.) and Ilhan Omar (Minn.), urge President Donald Trump to “change course” entirely on Venezuela in a letter sent Thursday.
Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Calif., told the Powerhouse Politics Podcast on Wednesday that President Donald Trump "violated probably 10 different laws in many ways."
A key Democrat behind legislative efforts to end US support for Saudi Arabia in Yemen is working to convince Sen. Lindsey Graham to support the measure and said the Republican could be a "game-changer" in convincing President Donald Trump to get on board.
A resolution introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives seeks to begin developing guidelines for “ethical development” of AI.
The co-sponsors of House Resolution 531 unveiled last week noted that software industry groups as well as Facebook and IBM have endorsed the proposal.
Michael Cohen, President Trump’s former fixer and personal lawyer, concluded a day of testimony on Capitol Hill on Wednesday in front of the House Oversight Committee. Some highlights of his testimony:
●Cohen alleged that Trump knew in advance that the anti-secrecy organization WikiLeaks planned to publish hacked Democratic National Committee emails.
Three Democratic members of Congress introduced a resolution to formally end the Korean War as President Donald Trump prepares to meet for a second summit with North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un on Wednesday.
The conversation around "stealthing" — the nonconsensual removal or deliberate damaging of a condom during sex — as a form of sexual assault is not new, and neither is the lack of movement on this issue at the federal level. But with Democrats now controlling the House, Reps.