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Deadline for small business Harvey relief funds approaching

The grants range from $50,000 up to $250,000 to qualified small businesses

CUERO, Texas - The deadline for Texas Back in Business relief funds for business affected by Hurricane Harvey is approaching. Businesses have until Monday, March 2 to…

Celebrities who have gone before Congress

Congressional hearings can offer a big stage for people to talk about important issues. In addition to government experts, researchers and industry leaders, celebrities are sometimes invited to draw attention to causes. Here are just a few of the famous faces who have appeared before committee hearings on Capitol Hill.

5 things we learned from Yovanovitch's testimony

Former US Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch testified publicly on Friday in the impeachment inquiry, telling her story about how President Donald Trump recalled her from Ukraine and how she felt "intimidated" by his real-time attacks against her on Twitter.

WaPo: Budget deal nears, would require Trump's approval

The Washington Post reports negotiators are nearing a federal budget deal that would include few—if any—immediate spending cuts, and would lift the debt limit for two years, kicking the can down the road and past the next presidential election.

Dem says Mueller, committee reach deal to get Mueller to testify

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has reached a tentative agreement to testify before the House Judiciary Committee, according to committee member Rep. David N. Cicilline. The Rhode Island Democrat said, "A tentative date has been set for May 15th and we hope the Special Counsel will appear. We think the American people have a right to hear directly from him."

Trump doesn't want aides to testify to Congress

President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he does not want his current or former aides to testify before various Democratic-controlled congressional committees in their attempts to oversee his administration.