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Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar reportedly ate a salad with a comb after berating an aide for not bringing her a fork
Only after she finished eating did she hand the comb to a staffer for cleaning.
Democrats respond to Trump’s national emergency declaration by calling for executive action to address gun violence and climate change
"100 people die from guns every day," Democratic Sen. Christ Murphy tweeted. "That's a national emergency."
Former astronaut Mark Kelly announces he’s running for John McCain’s Senate seat in an emotional ad featuring his wife Gabby Giffords
Retired astronaut Mark Kelly announced his bid for former Sen. John McCain's Arizona seat on Tuesday morning with a digital campaign ad.
Kamala Harris admits she smoked marijuana in college even though she didn’t support legalization until recently
"I did inhale," Harris said in an interview, laughing. "I just broke news." The California senator added that marijuana "gives a lot of people joy."
From construction to cars to software, here are the richest members currently serving in the House and Senate, based on their reported net worth.
Presidential hopeful Cory Booker confirmed he has a ‘boo,’ and there’s speculation that it’s Rosario Dawson
The New Jersey senator, a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, revealed he has a girlfriend but wouldn't give any names.
Americans were hit with 26.3 billion robocalls in 2018, a whopping 46% increase from the year before — here are some ways to stop them
Robocallers are becoming more sophisticated and hard to regulate. But there are a few things you can do to help stop them.
SHUTDOWN DAY 35: Federal workers miss 2nd paycheck in a row, as Democrats reject Trump’s hint of compromise on wall funding
Federal workers were to miss their second paycheck of the shutdown Friday after the rejection of Donald Trump's idea of a border-wall down payment.
Republican Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa said she was raped in college and physically abused by her ex-husband of 26 years.
SHUTDOWN DAY 33: Federal courts say they’ll be crippled by next week; bills in Congress to reopen the government look dead on arrival
Two votes on bills to reopen the government are scheduled for Thursday. But neither plan appears to have enough support to make it through.