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Nunes, a Trump ally, addresses the probe following FBI Director James Comey's confirmation of it this week.
The first year of every presidency offers the best chance for legislative achievement, with the new chief executive at peak strength.
Recruiting groups are coordinating efforts as the surge of candidates is so unusual, NBC News reports.
Lawmakers' letters on health care revealed untruths and misinformation, Vox reports.
GOP leaders are targeting moderate, undecided Republicans to vote 'yes' on their health-care bill, NBC reports.
The GOP health-care bill is about satisfying Paul Ryan's philosophy instead of making a better system, a top Democrat tells CNBC.
During a nearly 12-hour session Tuesday, Gorsuch dodged questions on how he would rule on past or possible future cases.
Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch declared he's made no promises to Donald Trump or anyone else about how he'll vote on abortion.
President Donald Trump warned House Republicans their jobs were on the line if they failed to back a GOP bill to upend the Affordable Care Act.
The GOP health-care bill is the largest Republican welfare proposal in the history of the party, Rep. Brooks says.
"I've tried to treat each case and each person as a person," Gorsuch testifies at his confirmation hearing.
The White House is expected to name former OneWest executive Joseph Otting as comptroller of the currency.
Some store owners worry about how they'll stay solvent if a tax on imports goes through.
The full House votes on the American Health Care Act on Thursday as a number of Republicans still oppose that bill.
Amid the 21 pages of changes to the bill that lawmakers have released, one clear winner stands out.
In an interview, McConnell urged Republican congressmen not to be on the wrong side of history as proposed health care legislation approaches a vote.
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