WASHINGTON — The House passed medical tort reform legislation Wednesday that is intended to help lower the cost of health insurance by lessening the burden of medical lawsuits.
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Kerry Picket is a Washington D.C. based reporter at The Daily Caller and fill-in radio host at SiriusXM Patriot 125. Picket has worked has at other outlets including The Washington Times, where she began reporting on Capitol Hill. Before that, she produced news content for Robin Quivers of “The Howard Stern Show” on SiriusXM, wrote entertainment news for MTV Radio and worked as a production assistant at MTV.com.
WASHINGTON — House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Adam Schiff refused to give a reason why he reportedly blocked witnesses related to his committee’s Russia probe from testifying.
WASHINGTON — Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer used an upper chamber procedure Wednesday to block a national security briefing hosted by the Senate Judiciary Committee, irritating Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley.
WASHINGTON -- Top House Republicans complained in a letter that Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats has still not publicized data on how many Americans are caught up in surveillance under Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
Rhode Island Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea has found 150,000 people wrongly placed on the state’s voter rolls, The Providence Journal reported Wednesday.
WASHINGTON — Republican Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley and Republican South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham asked for all proposed and final applications for surveillance warrants that the FBI reportedly sought from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) related to the probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
WASHINGTON — Democratic lawmakers on Capitol Hill barely say a word about the Russian investigations now that Republicans are trying to pass a repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
WASHINGTON -- House Judiciary Committee members plan to roll out legislation after the August recess to eliminate an Obama era initiative that pressured financial institutions to drop accounts with businesses the administration found to be reprehensible.
The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia sentenced on Monday a James Madison University student to at least 100 days in prison for registering names of deceased persons to vote, CBS 6 WTVR reported.
Manhattan District Attorney CY Vance proclaimed Sunday night that the concealed carry reciprocity bill under consideration on the House side has support from terrorists like ISIS.
Ominous anti-Trump and pro-ISIS messages appeared Sunday afternoon on Ohio and Long Island, New York government websites after hackers reportedly found their way into official networks.
Organizers of the LGBT Pride parade in Chicago Saturday banned Jewish marchers from participating in the event if they carried Jewish Pride flags (a rainbow flag adorned with the Star of David), The Windy City Times reported.
Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley called out Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer Thursday for lying when the New York Democrat claimed that President Donald Trump was under investigation and Schumer knew otherwise.
Blair Gladwin, owner of the California based Gladwin Guns and Ammo, filed three class action lawsuits last week against online payment processors PayPal, Stripe, and Square for singling out him and other firearms businesses.
A majority of American voters think Congress’s investigations into Russia hurt the country and want to see lawmakers move on to other issues, the latest Harvard-Harris Poll survey shows.
WASHINGTON — A bipartisan group of Senate Judiciary Committee members sent a letter to former Attorney Loretta Lynch Friday seeking to confirm if she attempted to stifle the FBI investigation into the Hillary Clinton email probe. Members gave Lynch a deadline to answer their questions by July 6.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump nominated New York Jets owner Woody Johnson to be ambassador to the United Kingdom Thursday.
WASHINGTON — Former President Barack Obama stepped back into the political arena Thursday to call on supporters to stop the Republican health care bill from becoming law.
WASHINGTON — Senate Democratic leaders blasted the Republican Senate health care bill dubbing it as “meaner” than the House version.