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The next leader will take over a party that is financially drained but galvanized because of an unpopular Republican president.

The president signed the measure with the CEOs of U.S. firms such as Lockheed Martin and International Paper standing behind him.

A former Kentucky governor and an immigration activist will provide the counterargument to Trump's Tuesday night address.

They wonder if base day-care programs will be able to stay open.

Stephen K. Bannon, who helps shape Trump's nationalist message, took the stage at a conservative political conference.

Dan Schneider, executive director of the American Conservative Union, argued that the “alt-right” was philosophically left-wing.

Rubio, Paul, McConnell and Ryan are nowhere to be found.

American Bridge is starting with a social media campaign aimed at Sens. Dean Heller and Jeff Flake, both up for reelection in 2018.

Rep. Louie Gohmert, who won't hold a town hall, points to the 2011 shooting that nearly killed a congresswoman. She points to her own frequent public events.

Withdrawal of South Carolina party chair leaves contest with no current or former state party leader left in race.

In his first public speaking appearance since Trump took office, Bannon said of the news media, “If you think they are giving you your country back without a fight, you are sadly mistaken.”

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