Speaker McCarthy's supposedly clean continuing resolution (CR) would effectively give Congress a pay raise while denying aid to Ukraine.
Speaker McCarthy has backed down and is trying to pass a clean CR without Ukraine aid, but he needs Democratic votes, and former Speaker Pelosi is warning Democrats not to help him.
Kevin McCarthy told reporters on Friday evening that he thinks he can pass a continuing resolution (CR) but only if Ukraine aid is taken out, so that it helps Putin.
Rep. Jamal Bowman, D - N.Y., allegedly pulled a fire alarm in the Cannon building, according to the House Administration Committee. The committee says an investigation into why the alarm was pulled is underway. NBC News' Julie Tsirkin reports.
Lawmakers avoid closing the government, but Ukraine funding — and McCarthy’s position — now may be at risk
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President Joe Biden signed a stopgap bill to avert a government shutdown just hours ahead of a critical midnight deadline when funding for federal agencies was set to run out.
Rep. Jamaal Bowman pulled a fire alarm in the Cannon House Office Building on Saturday morning, shortly before the House was scheduled to vote on a government funding bill, an incident the New York Democrat said was an accident.
After Saturday's shocking vote, the speaker all but taunted his critics to come after his gavel if they wanted to.
U.S. Capitol Police are investigating after a fire alarm was triggered in a congressional office building on Saturday before the House vote on a stopgap spending bill.
The Senate voted to pass a continuing resolution (CR) to keep the government funded Saturday night after the House had previously passed the measure. While a small group of nine Republican senators…
Congress has averted a shutdown with just hours to spare, capping a dramatic day that started with a lapse in government funding appearing all but inevitable. The Senate voted 88-9 to pass a “clean…
Rep. Mike Lawler (R-N.Y.) said fellow New Yorker Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D) should “strongly consider” resigning if he pulled a fire alarm in the Cannon House Office Building Saturday. “That any member…
The Senate voted to pass a short-term funding package that was passed by the House just hours before a deadline to prevent a government shutdown.
A Democratic member of Congress should be expelled for pulling a fire alarm in a House office building, a NY Republican says.
"If somebody wants to make a motion against me, bring it," House Speaker Kevin McCarthy said after a stopgap spending bill passed.
The Senate on Saturday night passed a stop-gap spending bill, providing no Ukraine aid, and sending the bill to President Joe Biden's desk.
Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) ripped down two signs warning a second floor door in the Cannon House Office Building was for emergency use only before pulling the fire alarm and running out through a different door on a different floor, Breitbart News has learned exclusively.
Bowman, a former school principal who pulled a fire alarm in the U.S. Capitol complex, did so because he thought it would “open the door.”
Republicans have drafted a resolution to expel Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) after he allegedly pulled a fire alarm to delay a vote on a bill.
After Kevin McCarthy caved and a bipartisan CR passed the House with 209 votes, Matt Gaetz tried to fire McCarthy with a motion to vacate, but the House recessed without recognizing him.
Mr. Bowman, a Democrat, pulled the alarm ahead of a rushed vote on a stopgap funding measure. Two investigations have been opened in the incident.
GOP lawmakers in districts that Biden won feared damage to their reelection prospects from a shutdown.
Congress passed a stopgap bill to prevent a government shutdown ahead of a critical midnight deadline when funding for federal agencies was set to run out. Follow here for live news updates.
The president signed the bill after he and his team kept tabs, but did not overly influence, House Democratic votes for the measure.
The deadline to fund the government is the end of the day Saturday.
Pennsylvania Sen. John Fetterman (D) expressed his frustration with the recent state of Congress in the wake of the Senate voting to approve a continuing resolution (CR) to keep the government fund…
President Joe Biden signed a 45-day government funding bill into law late Saturday, narrowly avoiding the first federal shutdown of his presidency.
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