David Chipman's name will be withdrawn over "bipartisan" pushback for his work for Gabby Giffords' gun control group, sources told the Post.
So what happens next?
Will Biden bite this time?
Republicans also suggested paying for much of the plan by repurposing funds from the $1.9 trillion pandemic relief law.
This is what you get when you ask a Republican -- no, not just the president or his spawn, but virtually any Republican -- to bridge the partisan gap.
The Sexual Assault Survivors Rights Act was actually passed by Congress.
Has there been any technology developed in the last decade — be it Twitter or Facebook or Healthcare.gov — that hasn’t contributed to America’s expanding hyper-divisiveness?
After 237 years, we’re becoming a colony again.
In his weekly address, the president urged Congress to strike a compromise deal to avert $85 billion in automatic cuts. What we've accomplished thus far: "Over the last few years, Democrats and Republicans have come together and cut