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Congressman intends to sue over removal of painting
The office of a Missouri congressman says he intends to file a federal lawsuit over the removal of a constituent's painting from its Capitol Hill display
66 Democratic Congress Members Planning to Skip Inauguration
Dozens of Democratic members of Congress have announced they will skip Donald Trump 's inauguration this Friday. While some of the 66 made their decision in previous weeks, many more have come forward in recent days, citing the president-elect's perceived insult of Rep. John Lewis as the final
Republicans and Democrats Spar Over Capitol Painting
House Republicans and Democrats are fighting over a painting that depicts police officers as animals and whether the work should be hanging in a tunnel on Capitol Hill between House offices and the U.S. Capitol Building. Republicans have objected to the painting, by a Missouri high school graduate
Rep. William Lacy Clay : Need to 'Clean House' on Ferguson Police
The Missouri congressman representing Ferguson on the police shooter manhunt and reforming the Ferguson police.
'This Week' Transcript: Sen. Roy Blunt
Below is a rush transcript for March 15, 2015. It may contain errors and will be updated. ANNOUNCER: Now on ABC THIS WEEK, the Hillary e-mail story churning. The new steps Congress is preparing to take right now. Extreme measures -- blowback over that letter from Republican senators to Iran -- the
Sunday on ‘This Week’: Ferguson Fallout
In the wake of the latest unrest in Ferguson , Rep. William Lacy Clay , D-Missouri, comes to “This Week” Sunday to discuss new tensions after the shooting of two police officers this week, and the fallout after the resignation of the city’s police chief and city manager. Plus, following the
Michael Brown's Family Gets Sympathy From Congress
Members of Congress from around the country posted messages of sympathy for the family of Michael Brown after a grand jury cleared the Ferguson police officer who shot the teenager, but the elected officials included in their messages calls for peace and changes in the criminal justice system. Rep.
How Should Ferguson Move Forward?
Rep. Lacy Clay, ABC News' Pierre Thomas and former New York City police commissioner Ray Kelly, on step to reform after unrest in Ferguson.
Sunday on 'This Week': The Latest on the Threat from ISIS
This Sunday, House Homeland Security Committee Chair Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, discusses the latest on the threat from ISIS and the execution of American journalist James Foley, only on “This Week.” Plus, Rep. William Lacy Clay, D-Missouri, who represents Ferguson in Congress, discusses the ...
Obamacare Website Operating at Half Capacity
How would you grade the roll out of HealthCare.gov? None of the top four Obama administration officials most closely connected to the troubled insurance portal would answer that question today during testimony before a politically charged House Oversight Committee. None even dared to call the...