American campaign politics are now holding up U.S. foreign policy as Democrats and Republicans feud over new IRS rules on political groups.
But one of them believes Clinton still deserves blame for the deterioration of the U.S.-Russian relationship.
More lawmakers respond and reach out after The Post first published data Thursday.
Senator who's long sought to cut deals with Democrats now says he won't waste his time talking to the president.
The speaker says a tax reform proposal released this week is a good start -- but he doesn't want to get into details.
In speech Monday, senator plans to begin shifting focus to topics other than the health-care law by focusing on energy policy.
Senator says that new focus on immigration could upset GOP chances of retaking the U.S. Senate.
Oklahoma senator insists in statement that his poor health is not the main reason for his decision.
Agreement now heads to the Senate, which is expected to approve the deal by Saturday.
Bipartisan proposal would cost $6.5 billion and most Republicans want a plan to pay for the extension.