Trump said Saturday that Cohen should 'give information maybe on his father-in-law."
"It was stupid," Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas said of the comment. "It was hurtful. It was wrong. And he needs to stop."
"America deserves the truth and the Foreign Affairs Committee will seek to get to the bottom of it," tweeted Democratic Rep. Eliot Engel of New York.
"Why is he so chummy with Vladimir Putin?" asked Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin, adding, "I don't get it."
The Texas Republican's comments come amid reports that are raising new questions about the president's relationship with Russia.
New data show that L-word has emerged from its exile and is being embraced by those who once shunned it.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, who is weighing a 2020 run, is rethinking the carbon tax approach to saving the planet. He believes his party should, too.
Two Congressional aides told NBC News Trump's proposed Moscow development with Aras Agalarov is drawing new scrutiny from House and Senate investigators.
Castro, of Mexican-American heritage, made the announcement from his hometown of San Antonio, Texas.
Unprecedented demand — nearly 100,000 requests for 33,000 available visas — briefly crashed the online Department of Labor application system.
"We're talking about $5.7 billion for a wall, but the costs that are inflicted on the economy are orders of magnitude beyond that $5.7 billion," one expert warned.
Sen. Chris Van Hollen said he wanted "to be treated like any other government employee" not getting paid on Friday.
From cancer treatment to mortgage payments, federal workers in the Washington area try to juggle financial concerns with no end to shutdown in sight.
Investigators asked former Trump aide Sam Nunberg about the president's business dealings and how he formulated his policies toward Moscow.
"If you don't do the hiring on time, then you can't do the training on time, then you are not ready for the next fire season," a nonprofit leader said.
"Mine is an immigrant story," Castro said. "It's an American dream story. It's a testament that everybody counts in this country."
'I'm not going to do it so fast,' the president said at a border-security roundtable at the White House Friday.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is cancer-free and will participate in pending Supreme Court cases, a court spokeswoman said Friday.
The last government shutdown to have lasted this long was in 1996, when President Bill Clinton and the GOP-controlled Congress were at loggerheads.
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"The president is holding the American people hostage over this vanity project. This is a crisis of his own making," Harris said.
"If something major broke, I wouldn't have the funds to replace it," said a manager of an affordable housing building for seniors in Florida.
Pelosi called it one "one of the worst classified briefings we've received from the Trump administration," despite "stiff competition"
A last-ditch effort to re-open the government ended just 24 hours after it began in yet another sign that the government shutdown is nowhere near ending.
Under the proposal, Trump could dip into money set aside to fund civil works projects all over the country including storm-damaged areas of Puerto Rico.