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Pompeo and Tillerson give future people in the hot seat contrasting examples.
Two competing conservative ethics are at work: Love of slow-moving regular order, and hatred of the ACA.
Fanning the flames of Trump controversies didn’t help Hillary Clinton. But Democrats can’t seem to resist — and they don’t know how to change the subject.
The Florida Republican and national security hawk might play a lead role discrediting Tillerson — or he might not.
The Republican from Alabama and nominee for attorney general lost a federal judgeship over racial allegations, but he is among the most well-liked members of the Senate.
Some anti-Moscow hawks acknowledged that the Kremlin tried to undermine the U.S. election — but not that the effort had an effect.
Congressional Democrats plan to leave it to Republicans to replace the health-care law — and blame them for the result.
A once-unruly House GOP folded quickly after Trump criticized their attempt to gut an ethics panel.
Trump’s relationship with House Speaker Paul Ryan has dominated coverage of Congress, but the dreams of many previous administrations have perished in the Senate.
McConnell said the Senate intelligence panel will investigate Russia’s suspected election interference.