US POLITICS2018-06-13T06:18:17+00:00

White House officials concerned about being exposed by Mueller report

Some of the more than one dozen current and former White House officials who cooperated with special counsel Robert Mueller are worried that the version of his report expected to be made public on Thursday will expose them as the source of damaging information about President Donald Trump, according to multiple witnesses in the investigation.

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Pelosi says socialism is “not the view” of Democratic Party

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pushed back against claims by President Trump and his Republican allies in Congress that the Democratic Party is embracing socialism, saying the leftist economic model is not viable for the U.S.

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Bernie Sanders’ ‘Medicare-for-all’ plan includes health care for illegal immigrants

Sen. Bernie Sanders’, I-Vt., newly unveiled ‘Medicare-for-all’ plan, backed by a host of other 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls, would open the door to giving health care to illegal immigrants — a marked left-wing departure from past proposals for healthcare reform.

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House Democrats offer few remedies for border crisis as they plot agenda

House Democratic leaders on Thursday eagerly discussed their plans to lower prescription drug prices, expand health insurance coverage, and build roads, sewers and rural Internet links. But when it comes to the migrant crisis on the southern border, they had few remedies.

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GOP eyes ‘Medicare for All’ vote to highlight Democratic splits

Senate Republicans, eager to exploit Democrats’ divisions on health care, want to put their legislative rivals on the spot by bringing Sen. Bernie Sanders’ “Medicare for All” bill to the floor for a vote.

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Congress Cedes Its Responsibility on Immigration Reform

Article I of the United States Constitution states “All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.” Unfortunately, Congress has failed to properly address the immigration issue; instead, it has abdicated its responsibilities to the Executive Branch.

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