Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer contacted Capitol Hill Police Tuesday after encountering a forged document describing allegations of sexual harassment charges by a former staffer, Axios reported.
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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 — “Throw’em into prison for five years” is what New Jersey Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez wants for any out-of-state concealed carry permit holder who enter his state with a firearm.
WASHINGTON — Democrats appear ready to send off their colleague, Minnesota Sen. Al Franken, following a Minnesota Public Radio report saying that the former comedian is ready to resign.
WASHINGTON -- The House passed a bill Wednesday that allows concealed carry permit holders in different states to legally carry their firearms in other states.
WASHINGTON — Legislation that enables concealed carry holders in different states to carry legally in other states comes to the House floor for a vote Wednesday.
WASHINGTON—A former senior staffer of retired Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid believes it is time to get rid of the of the upper chamber’s legislative filibuster rule, a position similarly held by President Donald Trump.
WASHINGTON — Maine Republican Sen. Susan Collins came out in favor of the GOP tax bill Friday. Collins announced her support of the bill after key amendments she proposed were included in the legislation.
WASHINGTON -- Oklahoma Republican Sen. Jim Lankford told The Daily Caller Wednesday night that he plans to vote for the Republican tax reform package.
WASHINGTON -- The House Concealed Carry Reciprocity bill passed out of the Judiciary Committee Wednesday in a vote of 19-11, but the bill faces an uphill battle.
WASHINGTON—Alaska Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski said she planned to vote for the Senate tax reform bill, MSNBC reported Wednesday.
WASHINGTON -- California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein disputed a former intelligence inspector general's claims that she pushed to marginalize him when he investigated the use of email by Hillary Clinton.
WASHINGTON — The House Judiciary Committee plans to mark up the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act this Wednesday. The bill would certify that each state recognize the concealed carry firearm credentials of other states.
Minnesota Democratic Sen. Al Franken has apologized several times since a 2006 photo surfaced showing him groping a sleeping woman, but Franken walked back a 2008 apology for rape jokes in his latest book.
Former Minnesota Sen. Norm Coleman believes he would have defeated current Minnesota Sen. Al Franken in 2008 if the 2006 photo showing the Democratic lawmaker groping a sleeping woman had surfaced at the time.
A group of Democratic activists called on embattled senator Al Franken, Democrat of Minnesota, to resign his seat Thursday after a photo surfaced showing him groping a sleeping TV anchor’s breasts during a USO tour in 2006.
House Foreign Affairs Chair Comes Out Against Trump Admin Decision On Big Game Hunting Trophy Imports
WASHINGTON—House Foreign Affairs Chairman Ed Royce announced Friday his opposition to the Fish and Wildlife Service's action to allow importing of certain big game hunting trophies, including elephants.
WASHINGTON -- Democrats in the upper chamber distanced themselves from Minnesota Democratic Sen. Al Franken since a radio host accused him of groping and forcibly kissing her.
WASHINGTON — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called on the Ethics Committee Thursday to investigate the federal charges leveled against New Jersey Democratic Sen. Robert Menendez.
WASHINGTON -- Republicans in the House and Senate defended their tax reform bills Wednesday despite last-minute criticisms of the bill coming from members of their own party 24 hours before voting on the legislation.