The House requested a preliminary injunction against the president's plan to use Defense Department funds to build a border wall.
The president directed the heads of each agency to "promptly provide" information that's requested by Attorney General William Barr.
The Senate approved the bill with a vote of 85-8.
Intelligence Vice Chair Mark Warner says preventative steps need to be taken before the 2020 election.
During an interview on The View, Rep. Dan Crenshaw said 80-90% of asylum claims are invalid, but that's not what the DOJ data shows.
On Thursday, the USDA said the government is setting aside $16 billion in aid for farmers.
President Donald Trump has repeatedly said China is paying for the tariffs his administration has levied. But those fees are paid by U.S. importers.
In the first episode of Newsy's "Off The Trail" series, we unpack student debt plans from 2020 candidates and talk with Elizabeth Warren on her plan.
Abortion rights advocates have criticized recently approved laws for banning abortions before some women even know they're pregnant.
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that Deutsche Bank and Capital One can hand over President Donald Trump's financial records to House Democrats.
A meeting between Democratic leaders and the president on Wednesday lasted only minutes before the president abruptly left.
New York lawmakers passed bills allowing the New York tax commissioner to hand over certain officials' state tax returns to Congress.
State cannabis laws have left one group of medical marijuana users in limbo: veterans. Rep. Seth Moulton has three bills that could help.
In a series of unusual events, President Trump cut an infrastructure meeting short and angrily criticized Democratic probes into his presidency.
A CBP spokesperson told Newsy a "large number" of migrants have flu-like symptoms at the processing center in McAllen, Texas.
Chairman Adam Schiff said the meeting was postponed after the DOJ agreed to comply with a subpoena for documents related to the Russia investigation.
The photo, which surfaced back in February, shows a person who appears to be in blackface next to a person in a Ku Klux Klan costume.
The State Department said in a statement Tuesday it's seeing signs that President Bashar al-Assad's regime is renewing its use of chemical weapons.
An appeals court recently said the policy of sending some asylum-seekers to Mexico to await their immigration hearings could continue.
The House Judiciary Committee already voted to hold AG William Barr in contempt earlier this month.
The House Judiciary Committee wants to hear from former communications director Hope Hicks and former deputy counsel Annie Donaldson.
An anonymous White House official told The New York Times Tuesday the details surrounding Cuccinelli's role, including the title, are still unclear.
The federal judge said as long as the request for President Trump's financial records serves a legislative purpose, it's "facially valid."