After signaling otherwise earlier in the week, Sen. Mitt Romney now appears to be prepared to vote in favor of subpoenaing a consultant connected to Burisma Holdings. House Republicans and 42 Democrats joined forces last week to pass an amendment to the Rights for Transportation Security Officers Act that would keep people convicted of sexual assault, terrorism and other violent crimes from working for the Transportation Security Agency (TSA). But 174 House Democrats, including House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, refused to support the amendment. A co-founder of Black Lives Matter got a big win on Tuesday when voters overwhelmingly approved an initiative to bring sweeping changes to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. This and more as time allows, plus don't forget about the Edwards Notebook and the Veteran's Tip of the Day!