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WASHINGTON – Texas sent an unusually large freshman class to the House this year, with five new Republicans and four new Democrats joining the state’s 36-member congressional delegation by way of open seats and Election Day upsets.
What a consequential — and often contentious — first year it has been.
WASHINGTON -- The House Judiciary Committee opened a new chapter in impeachment on Wednesday, at a contentious hearing featuring legal scholars tutoring lawmakers on standards for corruption and abuse of power that would merit removal from office.
WASHINGTON -- House Democrats are inching closer to impeaching President Trump after releasing a 300-page report summarizing the fact-finding investigation of the House Intelligence Committee, a move that now makes the House Judiciary Committee the central player in the debate over whether to remove the president from office.
STANDING BEFORE A CROWD ON THE STEPS OF HOUSTON CITY HALL, U.S. Rep. Sylvia Garcia talked tampons.
Members of the House of Representatives Financial Services Committee are no longer willing to settle for the testimony of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s deputies.
WASHINGTON — Hispanic lawmakers from Texas and around the country blasted President Donald Trump as a bigot Tuesday, as he dusted off a provocative claim that many young immigrants protected from deportation under an Obama-era program he ended were “hardened criminals.”
PayPal se retire de l'association Libra de Facebook, a annoncé vendredi la société.
Facebook’s crypto-project initiative ‘Libra’ has been confronting various hindrances before an actual take-off, talk of the town across the globe as some G7 finance ministers and the central bank governors showed some sort of scepticism on this project but reinstating the project is the most buzzing topic even within the U.S. region.