Proclaiming illegal immigration "an invasion of our country," the president vows to appropriate billions of dollars via executive action.
The compromise prevents shutdown but ignites a new confrontation over the president's authority to unilaterally siphon money for his wall.
The congresswoman's tweets may have been indelicate, but that doesn't make her criticism of organizations like AIPAC any less true.
Negotiators predict an agreement could come as early as this weekend.
Multiple 2020 presidential contenders are already co-sponsors.
The media is covering it, Republicans hate it, and Democrats won't commit to it. But what is most important is that the public wants it.
"The state of our union is strong," the president said during Tuesday's speech on Capitol Hill.
The net worth of the wealthiest 0.1 percent almost equals that of the bottom 90 percent combined. The imbalance could upend our democracy.
Air traffic controllers effectively ended the government shutdown. There's a lesson here for the remainder of Donald Trump's presidency.