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Chuck Schumer Demands Sessions Resign for Misleading Congress Meanwhile, some GOP lawmakers are calling for the attorney general to recuse himself from any investigation of Russian hacking.
The Myth That Democrats Must Cooperate With Trump “All your life is Time Magazine. I read it too. What does it mean?”
Mini-Filibusters Show New Mood of Democratic Resistance to Trump Thanks in no small part to grassroots anger, the party is adopting some aggressive tactics — including pulling an all-nighter in the Senate.
Chuck Schumer Recycles Mitch McConnell’s 2009 Demands on Cabinet Nominations Schumer threatens to slow the confirmation process until Trump’s picks complete their ethics reviews, echoing McConnell’s own demand from 2009.
Schumer Says He’ll Fight to Keep Supreme Court Seat Vacant Unless Trump finds a mainstream nominee both parties agree on.
Who Will Do What Harry Reid Did Now That Harry Reid Is Gone? Nevada’s departing senator would have fought Trump with a ruthlessness perhaps no other Democratic leader has.
Trump Campaign Manager Condemns Left for Delegitimizing the President-elect The woman who helped elect the leader of the birther movement scolds the left for trying to “deny [Trump] what he just earned.”
Senate Avoids Government Shutdown, Passes Water-Relief Bill An hour before the deadline, Democrats caved on an effort to extend health benefits for retired coal miners.
Schumer Says He Won’t Oppose All Trump’s Legislation, But They Aren’t ‘Friends’ The senator vows that Democrats will block Trump’s more controversial laws, however.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership Is Dead Chuck Schumer has informed labor leaders that the trade agreement will not be ratified by Congress.
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Schumer, Miranda Team Up Against Ticket Bots The bill would fine bot users $16,000 per ticket sold.
Renewed Demands for FDA to Improve Food-Recall Process Chuck Schumer is the latest to blast delays as a “recipe for disaster.”
Schumer and White House Exchanging Words Chuck Schumer, joined by de Blasio and Bratton, gets shirty about DHS funding.
Why Are Donald Trump’s Poll Numbers Still So High? Even after the debate fracas, the oft-predicted implosion in support for Trump has yet to materialize. Plus: Chuck Schumer’s opposition to the Iran deal and Caitlyn Jenner’s future as a public figure in this week’s edition of the National Circus.
Chuck Schumer Gets a Head Start on His New Job – Whatever It Turns Out to Be The New York senator has been tapped for a leadership position after Harry Reid retires. But will his way doing of things work in a (probably) very different political environment?
Chuck Schumer Is Still Waging War on Powdered Alcohol The “Kool-Aid of teenage binge-drinking” is still out there, but the senator will fix that.
Chuck Schumer Also Wants to Outlaw Powdered Alcohol He calls it “the Kool-Aid of teenage binge-drinking.”
Chobani Donates Yogurt Withheld From Olympians to Food Banks Chobani is the official yogurt of the 2014 U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Teams.
Chuck Schumer Proposes Legislation to Honor Avonte Oquendo The program would provide tracking devices for autistic children.
Chuck Schumer Wants to Keep Airplanes Completely Knife-Free The senator called on the TSA to reverse its new guidelines.
NRA Reveals Schumer’s Gun Registration Plan Weeks of scheming, undone with a slip of the tongue.
Post Claims Schumer Wants Beyoncé Apology Those two things usually have something to do with one another.
Do Democrats Need to Like Gun Lovers? Before the party can pass gun control, Charles Schumer says, they’ll have to warm up to gun lovers like him.
Schumer Wants Resolution Pushing Vito Lopez to Quit “If the vote is 149–0, I think he’d have to step down.”
Queens Councilman’s War on Synthetic Pot This scourge has landed over 50 people in New York ERs. Load More