Democrats want to nix a legal paradigm which held that consumer welfare is the sole relevant metric for making antitrust policy, Vox reports.
Some commentators questioned the intent of Sen. McCain's decision to vote against the "skinny repeal" of Obamacare.
But President Donald Trump has an opportunity to change that, David Walker tells CNBC.
The new White House communications director is just as brash as his boss — and, it seems, just as willing to kiss and make up with a former foe.
Political strategist Sara Fagen says Scaramucci could walk President Trump back on some of his statements.
Bringing in someone who is not a "seasoned pro" at White House communications is a "very foolish move at this juncture," GOP strategist Ron Christie said.
McCain's vaunted status in the Senate means that everything he says counts, Newsweek reports.
In the battle for influence in Africa, policy experts say the United States is losing, U.S. News reports.
Congressional Republicans have yet to enact a single piece of major legislation on taxes, health care or federal spending, Vox reports.
Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell's political ambitions could drive him to wreck the legislative body he loves, says Andrew Prokop.
The U.S. Secret Service denied a suggestion from President Trump's lawyer that it vetted a meeting between the president's son and Russian nationals during the 2016 campaign.
President Trump's amateur behavior may be a plus with voters who have disdained political qualifications for 25 years, says Jake Novak.
The U.S. notified South Korea it plans to start talks to amend an FTA with Seoul and called for a kick-off meeting next month.
Gary Cohn, who doesn't have the skills or experience to set monetary policy, should not be the next Chairman of the Federal Reserve.
The emails between Donald Trump Jr. and Russian officials could be a crime under federal campaign finance law, Vox reports.
Rather than upset China, officials of foreign nations would rather keep their lips buttoned on human rights, the SCMP reports.
GOP struggles are getting all the press, but Democrats have their own fault lines, as the party's protracted 2016 primary battle made clear.
Trump has "absolute authority" to cite national security concerns in order to impose tariffs on steel imports, Carlos Gutierrez told CNBC.
President Trump may sound different than other presidents, but he puts the nation first, the former secretary of State says.
The Senate's health bill fails traditional tests on rolling back public welfare programs. But it still has a solid shot, says Matt Yglesias.