Moore says the fight is "not over" and is raising money to investigate voter fraud.
Apprehensions along the U.S. southern border are at a seven-month high.
It isn't actually uncommon for certain terminology and rhetoric to be removed from or avoided in government documents.
Higher taxes on the companies that do business in Puerto Rico could threaten jobs on the island.
Both chambers are expected to vote on the bill Monday and Tuesday. Lawmakers hope to send it to President Donald Trump's desk by Christmas.
Sen. Lindsey Graham said he thinks there's a 3 in 10 chance the Trump administration goes for a military option with North Korea.
The commission voted 3-2 to scrap the Obama-era rules that aimed to keep the internet open and fair.
Police told local media they found Rep. Dan Johnson dead Wednesday night. Authorities are calling his death a "probable suicide."
Rebellious Conservative MPs were essential in passing the legislation.
He defended the scope of the investigation and Mueller's team amid allegations of anti-Trump bias.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton announced the decision Wednesday. Smith's appointed term will last until January 2019.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement Manigault Newman resigned to "pursue other opportunities."