While Republicans hope another round of tax cuts will rev up the party’s base, some campaign strategists worry the effort could give Senate Democrats in red states the chance to vote in favor of the proposal and undermine one of the GOP’s most effective lines of attack.
The Republicans’ narrow majority allows a few senators — and even just one — to derail the most routine action in the chamber. And that means the Senate majority leader may not be able to suppress a bill protecting special counsel Robert S. Mueller III.
While Prince’s heirs fight legal battles and argue about what to do with his vast body of unreleased work, his Paisley Park sanctuary has become a tourist destination operated by the overseers of Graceland.
President Trump said his administration is negotiating with Pyongyang for the release of three Americans who remain captives. The president also said he would press Kim Jong Un on the cases of at least 13 Japanese abducted by North Korean agents.
Politicians from both parties expressed alarm over President Trump’s intention to forge ahead with the withdrawal of U.S. troops. The administration seems willing “to give Syria to Assad, Russia and Iran,” one GOP senator said.
As tributes poured in for the late first lady from both sides of the political arena, a creative writing professor at California State University at Fresno is under intense criticism for saying she is "happy the witch is dead."
The question is probably irrelevant to his loyal fans, but its importance rose anew when attorneys for Michael Cohen, the president’s beleaguered lawyer, revealed that Hannity was also one of Cohen’s clients — a fact Hannity never mentioned as he denounced an investigation into Cohen.