Congressional analysts also project legislation would cut federal deficit by less than previous measure.
The Gallatin County sheriff's office said it was “investigating allegations of an assault involving Greg Gianforte.” The Republican candidate's spokesman blames “aggressive behavior from a liberal journalist."
A look at how this might affect an already hard-to-predict race.
A Republican candidate in Montana's special election, Greg Gianforte, allegedly ‘body-slams’ Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs, prompting a police investigation into the incident.
As passed, the bill would mean big premium increases for seniors.
No calculators required, promise.
Politicians finding ways to circumvent state bans on robo-calls is as old as landlines.
More than 300 pages from Paul Manafort include calendar entries, memos and speech drafts, according to people familiar with the submission.
Senate Democrats blasted the House GOP health-care plan on May 24 after the Congressional Budget Office released its score of the bill. House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) said the CBO score shows the bill “achieves our mission.”
A look at the bottom-line costs.
Spicer’s absence renewed speculation about his job security in one of the administration’s most visible roles.
Two of the most powerful men in the West — with nearly opposite beliefs — appeared to get along well.
“I knew at that moment that this was going to be one of the most serious challenges I, and the nation, would ever face,” William Cohen says.
Homeland security secretary John Kelly defended the Trump administration's proposed budget cuts for his department, saying local jurisdictions can get by without as much counterterrorism funding as they've previously received, on May 24 at the Capitol.
It came up before the election, but Trump's win made it much more important.
The HUD secretary said a person with "the wrong mindset" won't get out of poverty even if you "give them everything in the world."
Homeland security secretary John Kelly said recent immigration enforcement measures have resulted in a “70 percent reduction” in border migration, on May 24 at the Capitol.
"What it does is it perpetuates a myth that we can go out there and balance a budget without touching entitlements,” said Rep. Mark Sanford (R-S.C.) at a House Budget Committee hearing. “It's not only a myth, it's frankly a lie.”
During a hearing before the House Ways and Means Committee on May 24, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin asked Congress to raise the debt ceiling before the summer.
Rep. Sander M. Levin (D-Mich.) on May 24 repeatedly asked Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin during a House Ways and Means Committee hearing if he would guarantee that there will be “absolutely no tax cut for the upper class.”
While testifying before Congress on May 24, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos skirted around questions from Rep. Katherine M. Clark (D-Mass.) about whether she would withhold federal dollars from private schools that discriminate against LGBT students.
Even among Republicans, there's significant support for further investigations.
The White House is concerned about his viability as a candidate.
Republicans are pouring funds into Montana's at-large congressional seat special election on May 25, to back businessman Greg Gianforte against first-time Democratic candidate and musician Rob Quist.