Congress passes infrastructure bill, delivering major win for Biden

Following months of internal deliberations

Originally Published: 05 NOV 21 11:42 ET Updated: 05 NOV 21 23:26 ET By Annie Grayer, Manu Raju and Clare Foran, CNN (CNN) -- Congress has passed a $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill, delivering on a major pillar of President…

Lawmakers race the clock to avoid shutdown

Ahead of government funding midnight deadline

Originally Published: 30 SEP 21 05:02 ET Updated: 30 SEP 21 07:30 ET By Clare Foran, CNN (CNN) -- Government funding expires at midnight and Congress has not yet passed a stopgap funding bill to avert a shutdown, though Democratic…

U.S. nears deal with Qatar

In efforts to house thousands of Afghans who helped military

Originally Published: 13 AUG 21 20:12 ET Updated: 14 AUG 21 07:02 ET By Alex Marquardt, CNN (CNN) -- The Biden administration is working to finalize an agreement with Qatar to temporarily house thousands of Afghans who worked with the…

House passes Biden's $1.9 trillion Covid relief package

Originally Published: 26 FEB 21 07:05 ET Updated: 27 FEB 21 09:26 ET By Clare Foran, Annie Grayer, Kristin Wilson and Lauren Fox, CNN (CNN) -- The House of Representatives voted early Saturday morning to approve President Joe Biden's $1.9…

Pentagon official testifies Ukrainians were alarmed by stalled aid

A key Pentagon official told House impeachment investigators that former US special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker told her Ukrainian officials were alarmed in August that US security aid was being held up — an indication Kiev was aware of the delay earlier than it was reported publicly, acco

Bolton's lawyer: Client has ‘relevant' new info on Ukraine

Former national security adviser John Bolton has "personal knowledge" of relevant meetings and conversations "that have not yet been discussed in testimonies thus far" as part of the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, but he is still refusing to testify until a federal judge rules in an ongoing legal fight between House committees and the White House, according to his

House withdraws subpoena for Charles Kupperman

The House of Representatives says it no longer needs to subpoena former deputy national security adviser Charles Kupperman for his testimony, another sign that Democrats don't want or feel they need a prolonged battle to gather more details in their impeachment probe.

Court detour could place some witnesses out of Democrats' reach

A federal judge will consider a lawsuit over a key White House official's House subpoena in mid-December, meaning some key impeachment witnesses like former national security adviser John Bolton may be beyond the reach of Democrats as they try to rapidly pursue their investigation of the President.

Illinois Republican Rep. John Shimkus to retire

Illinois Republican John Shimkus said in a statement Friday afternoon that he will not seek reelection in 2020, joining 10 other House Republicans who have announced that they will head for the exits.