Democrat says legislation is “hurtful” and “un-American.”
FBN’s Kennedy on the letter sent by conservative lawmakers to investigate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Democrats say the overhaul benefits the wealthy.
GOP lawmakers are looking ahead to a second phase.
Sanders, an independent who ran for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016, said the bill aimed to hold opioid manufacturers accountable for their role in the epidemic and force them to help pay for the crisis.
FBN’s Kennedy on former FBI Director James Comey’s ABC interview.
Trump administration reversed Obama and Pelosi’s policies, according to a U.S. Treasury official.
Rep. Bob Goodlatte calls on the Department of Justice to make Comey memos available.
The vice president said he was hopeful that Mexico, Canada and the U.S. could reach a deal soon.
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The New Jersey lawmaker echoes comments from House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.
Former FTC official warns of reduced innovation
The tech mogul gets grilled over consumers' data privacy.
“We do need to understand whether there was something bad going on at Cambridge University overall that will require stronger action,” Zuckerberg said during his second day of testimony.
The tech mogul cites enforcement errors, admits the social media site “doesn’t always get things right.”
The House of Representatives speaker and the president disagreed on fundamental issues.
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The Wisconsin lawmaker, who was first elected to the House in 1999, has served as House speaker since October 2015.
During a Senate hearing, the Facebook founder and CEO said the company competes with Apple, Google and other tech giants.
John Kennedy, a Republican, says the purpose is to cover the social media giant’s rear end.