Both sides of the aisle raised questions over the administration’s position on an immigration program it seeks to end.
Political leaders reacted after a gunman reportedly killed at least 58 people and injured more than 500 in an attack on a music festival.
Vermont officials want to use Medicare to cover medication assisted treatment for people 65 and up who have become addicted.
Both the House and Senate passed legislation Thursday that avoids a partial shutdown of the aviation administration.
The rule allows customers to bring class action lawsuits against financial institutions and not be limited to arbitration.
GOP leaders say their framework would simplify the federal tax code and boost the middle class. Dems disagree.
Leahy expects that as Mueller’s probe into Russian election influence proceeds, the Trump administration may seek to suppress it.
Cassidy and Graham pitted their proposal against Sanders’ vision for a single-payer health care system.
Vermont leaders opposed the bill, which would have reduced federal Medicaid funding for the state by $200 million a year.
Congress is likely to move forward with a short-term extension ahead of the September 30 deadline and take up a longer-term bill next month.
The department has not yet corrected several issues identified in a 2014 internal review.
The Vermont independent heralded the United Nations and the Iran nuclear deal, while warning against widening global economic inequality and heavy-handed military intervention.
The victim says Norwich officials ignored three previous reports of sexual harassment, abuse and assault by the same perpetrator.
Vermont’s senators remained staunchly opposed, as state officials tried to gauge the impact of the proposal on the state.