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U.S. President Donald Trump warned Iran on Tuesday to adhere to terms of a nuclear deal or face "big, big problems".
President Donald Trump kept the heat on Republican senators Wednesday as they debate possible Obamacare repeal plans.
President Donald Trump heads to Ohio on Tuesday night for a campaign-style rally.
A lot of issues have delayed President Donald Trump's pro-growth agenda and firing Jeff Sessions would just add to that, Jimmy Pethokoukis said.
The Russia probe is a "serious issue," but there may be more worrying matters to focus on, Michael Chertoff said.
President Donald Trump said he's disappointed in Sessions for his decision to recuse himself from the Russia probe at a press conference Tuesday.
Passing the motion to proceed does not mean Senate Republicans have a consensus on a bill they can pass.
Sens. Susan Collins and Jack Reed are caught on a hot mic discussing the budget and Trump in unflattering terms, the Washington Post says.
The White House said last week that the leaders would discuss terrorism, refugees and the economy, among other issues.
Assistant Press Secretary Michael Short resigned Tuesday.
Take a look at Paul Ryan and the House—they're actually getting a lot done, says the National Review's Jim Geraghty.
The two senators' support removes one possible hurdle for Republican leadership in what could prove to be a tight vote.
After seven years of GOP promises to get rid of Obamacare, Republicans in the Senate set a vote that could keep the process alive or sink it.
A Senate committee has dropped a subpoena to get former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort to testify.
Jeff Sessions is deeply committed to an ideological agenda — and working hard to turn it into reality, Vox reports.
It is unclear if Republican Party divisions will again stall the effort to repeal Obamacare.
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