Passengers should never have to board a plane wondering if they'll safely reach their destination. An open letter to Boeing executives.
In a new letter, Elizabeth Warren, Dick Durbin and others call on the agency to use its limited resources on major financial crimes.
In a new letter, Sens. Edward Markey and Richard Blumenthal accuse the CEO of "putting profits ahead of [his] users' financial wellbeing."
Less than a week into the probe, it's become increasingly clear the White House is determined to protect the Trump nominee at all costs.
Despite sharp criticism about the lack of documents and time, Senate panel Chairman Chuck Grassley sticks with a schedule that could see President Trump's Supreme Court nominee confirmed by Oct. 1.
As immigration policies were developed under Donald Trump, Health and Human Services workers red-flagged "any policy which would result in family separation due to concerns we had about the best interests of the child," the Senate Judiciary Committee is told.
The Maryland senator—facing a primary contest with the whistleblower—is one of the loudest and most prominent voices calling for hostility toward Russia and deserves to be challenged.
Russiagate may be great for ratings and fame, but the propaganda doesn’t help journalism, democracy or the fight for world peace.
The Vermont senator, joined by Democratic co-sponsors, shares details of his widely anticipated health care proposal on Facebook.
Stanley Heller, executive director of the Middle East Crisis Committee, emphasizes in a letter to Sen. Richard Blumenthal that human rights violations in the kingdom run deep. They include "[beheading] people and [crucifying] them for non-crimes such as witchcraft, apostasy and defiance or criticism of the king."