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nancy-pelosi-011619.jpg With the partial government shutdown dragging on with no end in sight, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has urged President Donald Trump to delay his planned State of the Union address to Congress later this month.

william-pelham-011419.jpg Prepared testimony from Attorney General nominee William Barr suggests the lawyer will not attempt to interfere in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election if he is confirmed.

trump2-100318_09jan19.jpg In the latest sign the partial government shutdown will drag on for some time, President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans expressed solidarity on the issue of funding the president's controversial border wall after a meeting on Wednesday.

nancy-pelosi-010819.jpg Suggesting President Donald Trump's national address Tuesday night will be "full of malice and misinformation," Democratic leaders have demanded equal airtime to respond to the president's remarks.

nancypelosi2-040519.jpg President Donald Trump met with Congressional leaders for the second time this week on Friday, although the two sides do not appear to have made much progress toward ending the partial U.S. government shutdown.

trump3-103118_04jan19.jpg In what is seen as a largely symbolic move, House Democrats on Friday unveiled the first piece of major legislation that will be considered in the new Democratic majority.

pat-roberts-010419.jpg Longtime Republican Senator Pat Roberts, R-Kan., announced Friday he will serve the remainder of his current term but will not run for re-election in 2020. "I will serve the remainder of this term as your senator, fighting for Kansas in these troubled times," Roberts said. "However, I will not be...

capitol-building-110618_04jan19.jpg Not long after officially taking control of the chamber, House Democrats voted late Thursday to approve legislation intended to end the nearly two-week long partial government shutdown. The House voted in favor of two government spending bills, with both votes coming down largely along party lines.

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