President Bill Clinton was back in Las Vegas on Thursday to campaign for his wife Hillary.
A spokesperson said Ventry denies any wrongdoing and that "he decided to resign to avoid causing any distraction from the work of the committee."
The federal judge who ordered Secretary Wilbur Ross to give a deposition has doubted the secretary's rationale for adding the citizenship question.
The secretary of Homeland Security said Brock Long will be able to keep his job after an investigation found he misused the agency's vehicles.
Ford also wants her safety guaranteed and she wants the committee to subpoena additional witnesses.
Auto industry watchers fear the increasing tariffs, coupled with the president's stance on NAFTA, could be catastrophic for American manufacturers.
A report has found that about two of every three sexual assault incidents go unreported.
The New York Times says the deputy attorney general considered secretly recording the president in spring 2017, just after James Comey was fired.
One of the women in the suit claims she was refused lighter work during her pregnancy, even with a doctor's note.
The number of global refugees is bigger than ever, but the U.S. is scaling back its refugee resettlement program faster than any other country.
On Monday, President Trump ordered the unredacted release of some documents linked to the Russian meddling investigation.
Sexual assault survivors will be watching how Ford is treated, and one expert says it may determine whether they speak out or not.