Daniel Newhauser is a freelance journalist based in Washington, D.C. His work has appeared in The Atlantic, The Daily Beast, National Journal, Politico, Roll Call, VICE News and several other publications. He can be found on Twitter @dnewhauser.
Resolution to expel Marjorie Taylor Greene signed by 2 Arizona Democrats
By: Daniel Newhauser - March 19, 2021
WASHINGTON — Dozens of U.S. House Democrats, including two from Arizona, backed a resolution filed Friday to expel controversial U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from Congress.
U.S. House passes Dreamers bill over GOP objections, as immigration debate intensifies
By: Daniel Newhauser - March 18, 2021
WASHINGTON — The U.S. House took up two bills Thursday that would grant legal status to broad groups of immigrants living and working in the United States, including a pathway to citizenship for hundreds of thousands of undocumented people brought to the country as children.
New attempt in Congress to help Dreamers runs into familiar obstacles
By: Daniel Newhauser - March 17, 2021
WASHINGTON — Legislation creating a path to citizenship for undocumented people brought to the U.S. as children faces a new border crisis and old partisan objections, diminishing the chances it will become law despite full Democratic control of Congress and the White House.
Democrats, fearing a self-pardon, unveil resolution to impeach Trump
By: Daniel Newhauser - January 8, 2021
WASHINGTON — Among the factors undergirding the new effort by House Democrats to impeach President Donald Trump again is a controversial legal theory that doing so could bar him from pardoning himself, according to those involved.
Some Dems urge another impeachment of Trump following insurrection at U.S. Capitol
By: Daniel Newhauser - January 6, 2021
WASHINGTON — Members of Congress and senators had not yet emerged from a Capitol lockdown caused by a mob of violent, rioting Trump supporters before key Democrats began calling for impeaching the president and consequences for politicians who egged on the violence.
Politicians quit Congress, but their ‘zombie’ campaigns stagger on with millions in the bank
By: Daniel Newhauser - December 18, 2020
WASHINGTON — Republican Michele Bachmann hasn’t set foot in the U.S. Capitol as an elected member of Congress from Minnesota for at least six years.
How state political parties helped big money pay for this year’s elections
By: Daniel Newhauser - November 24, 2020
WASHINGTON — State parties played an unprecedented role in financing the presidential election this year, making it possible for the national political parties to raise eye-popping sums from individual donors — and keep more money than they might otherwise be allowed. That’s all thanks to a 2014 Supreme Court decision that eliminated the overall limit on […]