The latest in policy news from the CQ Roll Call newsroom.
Immigration: The fate of DACA
The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing Tuesday on the ninth anniversary of the Dreamers act. CQ Roll Call's Suzanne Monyak reports on what to expect.
Budget: Money found
The White House has laid out how they’ll use the funds allocated to the previous administration's border wall efforts. CQ Roll Call's Paul Krawzak reports.
Transportation: What's next for the surface transportation bill
A mammoth surface transportation bill advanced out of House committee early Thursday morning, but a lot of it will be left on the cutting-room floor when it reaches a conference committee with the Senate. CQ Roll Call's Jessica Wehrman explains.
Tech: Facing cyber threats
House lawmakers, angry about ransomware, and hearing the Colonial Pipeline CEO, urge the Biden administration to be more aggressive in fighting cyber threats. CQ Roll Call's Gopal Ratnam reports.
Foreign policy: Biden heads to Europe
Europe is still deeply disquieted by the illiberal direction the U.S. has taken, despite Biden's victory. The U.S. President will have to calm jittery nerves to successfully negotiate new understandings on thorny issues. CQ Roll Call's Rachel Oswald reports.
Budget: Biden's budget in the spotlight
Senators grilled the acting OMB director, Shalanda Young, on Tuesday over the administration's proposed fiscal 2022 budget. Their questions provide a roadmap for potential stumbling blocks ahead. CQ Roll Call's Paul Krawzak reports.