Republicans pushed through temporary rules that omit a longstanding requirement that House leaders give at least two days' notice before holding a vote to override the governor's veto of a bill. The change, which likely will be debated when permanent rules surface, could allow Republicans to complete an override simply because one Democrat leaves to take a phone call.
We've heard it again and again: If we weren't able to pass gun reform after Sandy Hook, nothing will ever change.
While school shootings haven't stopped, or even slowed, in the decade since Sandy Hook, progress has been made.
Former White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly told the New York Times that the former president wanted investigations into those he believed to be his enemies, including former FBI director James Comey and former FBI official Andrew McCabe.