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Over the August recess, Republicans faced confrontations with some of their closest supporters, donors and friends — at meetings with local business executives, at church, at parks.
Leaders of the congressional minority hoping to pass immigration reform are willing to trust a president whom their base despises.
Rep. Dave Brat (R-Va.) defeated Eric Cantor in part over his support for ‘dreamers.’ On Thursday, Brat avoided criticizing the president.
Task forces will come up with legislative proposals that form the backbone of the slowly emerging “Better Deal” agenda.
The Tony Award-winning Broadway star received an award Tuesday on Capitol Hill.
The fiery California liberal has reassembled her old Senate campaign advisers and created a “hybrid” PAC to fund attack ads against Republicans.
President Trump surprised Republicans by siding with Democrats on how to handle the year-end crush of priorities, including spending, the debt limit and immigration.
After more than six years of standoffs, the debt ceiling has now become the most toxic fiscal vote on Capitol Hill.
The president is distancing himself from Hill Republicans to inoculate himself from blame for midterm losses. He may be helping Democrats take the House.
On Thursday the House speaker visited the wounded congressman, whose condition has been upgraded to "fair."