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Sources saying top economic adviser Gary Cohn and son-in-law Jared Kushner could be among those who depart.
President Donald Trump took to Twitter to criticize the decision of an American jury in a case he'd regularly cited at political rallies.
President Donald Trump has told confidants a shutdown of the federal government would be positive for him politically as would taking a tough stance against immigration, according to The Washington Post.
As negotiations over tax reform continued Monday, here are nine GOP senators who have yet to commit publicly to supporting the bill.
A new poll from conservative-leaning Rasmussen found that 40% of all voters thought Fox deserved "a fake news trophy."
A new analysis about the impact of the Senate tax plan on economic growth is very conservative, Sen. Charles Grassley said.
The president has donated his salary during previous quarters to the Department of Education and the National Park Service.
In Goodfriend, the Fed gets someone whose approach to monetary policy and regulation runs counter to three core tenets of current orthodoxy.
The Senate tax plan would add more than $1 trillion to federal deficits even after the effects of economic growth.
Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., would lead the CIA under the plan, according to The New York Times.
Sen. John McCain will back the Senate tax bill, increasing the plan's chances of clearing the Senate by Friday.
The Senate could start voting on a series of amendments to the bill Thursday, with a possible final vote late in the day or Friday.
Manafort is under house arrest following an indictment issued last month by Robert Mueller.
Seventy-three percent of HealthCare.gov plans in 2018 will have more restrictive networks of health providers, up from 54 percent in 2015.
Texas Republican Rep. Joe Barton, under fire for lewd behavior, announces he will not seek re-election next year.
Conyers, 88, is facing accusations from three women who have accused the lawmaker of sexual misconduct.
Sen. Mike Rounds says he's willing to vote for a 22 percent corporate tax rate, despite the White House's insistence on 20 percent.
Jared Kushner has been questioned by special counsel Robert Mueller's team of investigators about former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
A spokesman for PM Theresa May says the group behind the videos represents "the antithesis of the values that this country represents."
A House Republican working group gathered Tuesday evening to discuss a list of debt ceiling priorities.