Senate Passes Long-Stalled Bill To Address Sexual Harassment On Capitol HillThe Senate has passed its long-stalled legislation that would overhaul how sexual harassment complaints are made and handled on Capitol Hill and would hold members of Congress personally responsible for paying such settlements out of their own pockets.
Oakland Mayor Fires Back After 'Libby Schaaf Act' IntroducedThree months after Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf alerted the Bay Area about an impeding ICE raid, a Republican congressman introduced a bill Monday that could send any official to prison if they make such a warning.
Motown Royalty Takes On Digital Streaming Before CongressMotown legend Smokey Robinson has grown very familiar with being in front of microphones in his illustrious music career, but his Tuesday testimony before a Senate committee considering a remodel of the music copyright laws may be among his most important performances.
CNN Poll: Democrats' 2018 Advantage Is Nearly GoneThe Democrats' advantage in the generic ballot dipped from 16 points in February to six points in March to just three points now.
California Democrats Vying For US House May Crowd Each Other OutParty leaders fret the crowded fields in several races could splinter the vote enough to lock Democrats out.
GOP to Spend Quarter-Billion Dollars to Hold House in 2018The Republican National Committee has committed $250 million to a midterm election strategy that has one goal above all else: Preserve the party's House majority.
Zuckerberg Made $3 Billion While He Sat For Congress' QuestionsThe verdict from Wall Street is in -- and investors clearly think Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was the winner after ten hours of testimony in Congress.
Zuckerberg Takes Heat Over Illegal Opioid Sales On FacebookMark Zuckerberg took heat from members of Congress Wednesday over illegal opioid sales on Facebook.
Zuckerberg Finishes Questions From LawmakersMark Zuckerberg survived his first grilling by Congress. The second round was more difficult.
Zuckerberg Offers Mea Culpa During Senate Grilling SessionFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made his long-awaited appearance before Congress and apologized for the privacy scandal that has rocked the social media giant.
Zuckerberg Prepares Another Apology, This Time To CongressFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will apologize for his company's role in a data privacy scandal and foreign interference in the 2016 elections when he appears before Congress this week.
What Mark Zuckerberg Will Tell CongressMark Zuckerberg has a clear message for Congress in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal: It's my fault.