Donald Trump tweeted that he supported a Republican health care bill to replace Obamacare that was unveiled in the Senate. » Read More
By: John Harwood
Americans now say by 50%-42% they want Democrats to control Congress after the 2018 mid-term elections, according to a new NBC/WSJ poll. » Read More
Humana will not return to the individual insurance market after it exits the Obamacare exchanges this year. » Read More
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The Senate health-care bill's tax cuts would go primarily to the wealthy, with 40 percent of savings going to the top 1 percent of earners. » Read More
U.S. Senators McCain, Murkowski, Cruz and others spoke about the GOP health care bill, Vox reports.
Much of the Russia probe remains a mystery, but prevailing details have come from Trump and Comey, Vox reports.
A Jon Ossoff victory would offer Democrats a template on how to campaign in suburban swing districts as they try to erase the 24-seat Republican majority in the House.
Sen. Ron Johnson's idea would eliminate incentives for corporations to move abroad without providing a windfall for the wealthy.
Mueller is investigating Trump aide and son-in-law Jared Kushner's financial dealings, the Washington Post reported, citing sources.
The Senate passed a slew of financial sanctions against Russia and Iran
The Republican-led Senate unanimously approved to emphasize the importance of NATO's mutual defense pact, a not-so-subtle dig at Trump.
Getting Trump seems to be the Democrats' only interest, not finding or proving collusion with Russia, Jonathan S. Tobin writes in the National Review.
Democrats' emoluments suit against President Trump is based on a broad and damaging misinterpretation of the Constitution, says Jake Novak.
Executive privilege battles date back to the Washington administration, but reached a crescendo under Nixon, USA Today reports.
For reasons of history and culture, the United States suffers higher levels of violence than most advanced democracies.
The shooting of Rep. Steve Scalise and two Capitol Police officers led to many House hearings being delayed or canceled.
Rep. Brad Wenstrup tells CNBC "it's a shame" that people need security at a baseball practice.
The left doesn't know what health bill they're fighting against, because Senate Republicans haven't yet released it, Vox reports.
The gunman was shot to death after opening fire at a congressional baseball practice and wounding five people.
President Trump’s ability to push through deregulation and tax cuts is key for the economy, says a member of his economic advisory panel.
More than 190 Democratic lawmakers sued Trump Wednesday, saying foreign governments' payments to his businesses violated the Constitution.
U.S. President Donald Trump has given Defense Secretary Jim Mattis the authority to set troop levels in Afghanistan, Reuters reported.
The attorney general raised his voice when the Democrat pressed him on his motivation for recusing himself from the Russia investigation.
Sessions said his rationale for cutting himself out of the Russia investigation was a Justice Department regulation.
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