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Senate Health Care Bill: How the 'Secret' Draft Process Endangers Obamacare Repeal Plan
Without public buy-in or bipartisan support, any measure Republicans pass is likely to be temporary.
White House Wild Card? Counsel Don McGahn’s Pull Between Trump and the Office of the Presidency
Will Don McGahn, the White House counsel, save Trump from the Russia probe? Or will he be forced to turn on his boss, as John Dean did to Nixon?
Senate Republicans’ Obamacare Bill Could Hinge on Three Women
Republicans need to win over at least one of these women senators to pass a health care bill in that chamber.
With Georgia Runoff Date Looming, Republicans Spend Big to Beat Back Ossoff
Democrat Jon Ossoff has the fundraising edge in the race, but Republicans are helping Karen Handel make up the difference.
Congressional Baseball Game: After Scalise Shooting, David Bailey and the Capitol Police Are the Stars of the Night
The game was played in the shadow of Wednesday's shooting that left Louisiana Representative Steve Scalise in critical condition.
Russia Sanctions: Congress Attempts to Reassert Power Over White House
The Senate sent a strong, bipartisan signal this week it wants more say over President Trump's foreign policies.
Virginia Election: Does "Trump Clone" Have a Shot in Republican Primary for Governor?
A poll from a new, little-known firm shows Corey Stewart surging as voters prepare to cast ballots in Virginia, but experts are skeptical.
President Trump Stays Silent on Jim Comey's Russia Testimony in Remarks to Conservatives
Much to his supporters' relief, the president sticks to the script and avoids addressing the Russia investigation.
Trump And His Allies Are Already Trying To Discredit James Comey
Comey is set to testify in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday about whether the president tried to impede the FBI's Trump-Russia investigation.
Cellphone Privacy: Homeland Security Chief Acknowledges Searches of U.S. Citizens' Devices
Secretary Kelly had previously emphasized that the searches, happening at airports and other ports of entry, were targeting foreigners.
Hillary Clinton They Aren’t: The Millennials Working to Save the Democratic Party
In the shadow of Donald Trump, thousands of young people are gunning to resurrect the party—one district at a time.
The DNC Wants to Join the Resistance. Will Activists Allow It?
Many in the progressive base are distrustful of the party organization and its leadership.
Could Russia Investigation Take Down Jeff Sessions?
Democrats, allies intensify calls for FBI and Justice Department investigations into Sessions's role in the Trump-Russia saga.
Does It Matter If the U.S. Pulls Out of the Paris Accord?
The White House has already indicated it will not meet the emissions goals U.S. set as part of the international accord.
House Health Bill Threatens People With Pre-Existing Conditions, Leaves 23M Without Insurance: CBO
Waivers added to House Republicans' bill would once again make insurance unaffordable for many with pre-existing conditions, posing a political problem for the GOP.
Trump 2018 Budget Reignites Welfare Reform Battle
To justify deep cuts, the White House contends people are taking advantage of anti-poverty programs, echoing decades-old talking points.
Pope Francis and President Trump: A Brief History of Their War of Words
The pope and the president will have their first in-person meeting Wednesday, but it won't be the first time they've gone head-to-head.
Rosenstein Briefing to Senate Suggests Russia Probe Now Criminal, Republican Senator Says
The deputy attorney general also admitted knowing FBI Director Comey would be fired before writing a memo justifying the move.
Trump 2020 Campaign Claims a Fundraising Record Amid Russia Probes
The amount the campaign raised May 17 is paltry, however, compared with records set in past campaigns.
Will Donald Trump Be Impeached? Despite Comey Memo and Russia-ISIS Leaks, Republicans Aren't Ready to Abandon the President
Despite the Comey memo and the leaks to Russia, the GOP is sticking by President Donald Trump. Here's why.
Trump Welcomes Erdogan, Another Strongman, to White House
The optics alone are a gift to Turkish President Erdogan, as the U.S. and Turkey look to heal recent rifts.
Obamacare Repeal Effort Clouds Governor Races
Congress's health care debate creates headwinds for Republicans running for governor in moderate and Democratic-leaning states.
Republicans Under New Pressure After Trump Fires Comey
The surprise White House move renews Capitol Hill debate on investigations into Russia's election meddling.
Why Donald Trump’s Firing of FBI Director James Comey Could Hurt Congressional Republicans
If Republicans spend more time debating a new FBI nominee and the possibility of an independent Trump-Russia probe, that means they will spend less time working on health care and jobs.
After 100 Days, Trump Has Yet to Figure Out Congress
The new White House's legislative struggles are a major warning sign as Trump tries to steady his presidency.