Lawmakers are closer than ever to forcing a second government shutdown in four years.
The bill would allow victims of the 9/11 attacks to file lawsuits against the country.
The campaign of opponent Ro Khanna said the lawsuit "is really about: politics."
"I think our members realize that we want to get our work done," the Speaker said.
The group's founders endorsed a member of the Freedom Caucus to lead the 178-member group.
Rep. James Clyburn’s anti-poverty plan has a real shot at passage.
Donald Trump rolled out his new childcare proposal last week.
The Democratic whip said a stopgap funding measure likely won't reach the House this week.
They discussed Ryan's 2012 experience and her father's campaign.
Recent national polling has shown Republicans have the momentum.
Pelosi said Paul Ryan gave up the prerogative of going first because of GOP infighting.
They are asking Obama to grant a waiver letting the state adopt its new coverage strategy.
"Discussions have gone on for a week. We don’t have an offer in writing," Sen. Reid said.
A freshman congressman is trying to convey momentum ahead of a critical meeting.
Democrats say they think GOP would hurt itself with reprimands over the gun sit-in.
Takai died on July 20 at his home in Honolulu. He was 49.
"We're facing a simple reality: We're not doing the people's most urgent business."