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At a Monitor Breakfast, Speaker Pelosi showed how her bold approach - sartorially and in her ability to go toe-to-toe with President Trump - has taken her far.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was the guest at the Monitor Breakfast on Wednesday. You can watch the full C-SPAN video of Ms. Pelosi's appearance here.
Proposed bills seek to reduce violence against Native American women and children. Amid a movement to increase awareness of the deaths and disappearances of indigenous women, the bills would expand tribes' ability to prosecute non-Native Americans.
At his kickoff campaign rally in Florida, the president gave a speech that could have come from 2016. He may need new ideas to attract new voters.
The most powerful woman ever in American politics is locked in a battle royal with a president like no other over the future of American democracy.
The Minnesota senator has passed more bills than any 2020 rival, and has won over moderates and conservatives. That may not be what Democrats want.
A former state legislator who became U.S. senator in 2002, Senator Murkowski has become that rare breed: a genuine swing vote in a polarized chamber.
Many in Hollywood opposed to the Georgia abortion law want to pull up stakes completely, but a boycott could end up hurting those it is meant to help.
Oregon could soon become the second state to implement a cap-and-trade climate bill. Supporters say the bill would cut emissions and invest in transitioning the state economy and infrastructure to better prepare for severe climate events.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders will step down at the end of June after two years on the job. She is being urged by President Trump and others to run for governor of Arkansas.
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