Rep. Cedric Richmond is advising fellow Louisiana lawmaker Rep. Steve Scalise on outreach.
The U.S. "has been strengthened by his legacy," the House majority whip said.
The minutes from a 1996 Louisiana House committee meeting show the efforts that then-state Rep....
“Why are you asking me to apologize for something I didn't do?” Scalise is quoted as saying.
Black lawmakers say Scalise has to do much more than say he's sorry.
The Speaker came out in defense of the embattled majority whip.
Democratic leaders provided Scalise plenty of cover, with some downplaying the issue.
The Dem lawmaker urged the majority whip to "decline any leadership nomination."
Who party elects as leaders "says a lot" about GOP values, says Josh Earnest.
John Barrasso said Wyoming residents did not bring up the controversy.
A former opponent's campaign manager tipped off a liberal blogger, Reuters reports.
Strategists say the Democratic approach reflects a few factors.
Marc Morial questioned whether Scalise should remain in GOP leadership.
Scalise continues to take heat over his past record on race.
Scalise is facing controversy for speaking to a white supremacist group in 2002.
The Million Hoodies Movement for Justice will target the GOP leader's meeting with donors.
The GOP has failed to question the morality of a man who sits down with a white supremacist group.
For embattled Majority Whip Steve Scalise, Tuesday’s return was a surprisingly quiet one.
The ads will be released in two battleground states.
Second-ranking House Democrat says he needs more facts about GOP leader's address.
Republicans will officially gain control of both chambers of Congress.
"I believe he should stay in leadership," she said.
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-N.Y.) called on Scalise to step down.
The story is still an unwelcome headache for Republican leadership ahead of the new Congress.