Sen. Susan Collins’s opposition, after the CBO estimated millions would lose coverage, doomed the bill.
The long-expected wave of federal employee retirements never seems to reach the shore.
The Republican senator from Louisiana has doggedly pushed his proposal to revise the Affordable Care Act despite almost certain defeat.
Nearly 40 percent of voters say their choice is shaped by president, CNU poll finds.
“I kneel because the flag is a symbol of freedom,” she said.
The rushed, messy process didn't help. But there are other reasons.
The only sport Trump praised Sunday in his response to National Anthem protests is NASCAR
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Sen. Cassidy often has told the story of man with $40,000 in health-care premiums. But it's unclear he'd be better off under repeal.
During the event it was Graham and Sanders, with a combined 50 years on the Hill between them, who bantered the most.
The president sent out a video compilation of past remarks by the Arizona senator.
John Middlemas kneeled in solidarity with professional athletes who have protested during the playing of the national anthem.
On Twitter, the president notes challenges in the U.S. territory before Maria.
The former Trump campaign adviser had wanted to testify to the House Intelligence Committee in public, but will appear for a closed-door interview Tuesday.
The Senate barely followed anything resembling a normal process as it considered a bill to overhaul an industry representing one-sixth of the national economy.
For a fourth day, the president is continuing is focus on a divisive cultural issue.
President Trump has endorsed Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.) in his primary Senate race, but some of his comments have been less than enthusiastic.
The Congressional Budget Office's partial analysis followed a weekend scramble to tweak parts of the plan to appeal to moderate and conservative Republican holdouts.
The letters represent some of the most aggressive oversight of the Trump administration to date from Gowdy, who took over the reins of the Oversight Committee in June.
The president proved again that divisive provocations can mean something completely different when they come not from a private citizen, but the man whose very job description is to lead the entire country.
Iraq, site of more terrorist attacks than any other country, was taken off the list earlier this year.
Protesters filled Senate hallways on Sept. 25, as the only public hearing for the Cassidy-Graham health-care bill got underway. Activists chanted "shame," at the bill's sponsors, and some were arrested for acts of civil disobedience.
President Trump signed an executive order on Sept. 25 directing the Department of Education to promote science, technology, engineering and math.
Crafters of GOP measure tried to persuase key holdouts to support their bill over the weekend