In the face of intensifying Democratic resistance to the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch as well as funding for a border wall, McConnell is searching for bipartisan support — and a win for Republicans.
Several said Wednesday that they have no interest in risking a showdown over Trump’s demand to begin funding a border wall in the near-term spending bill.
The HHS secretary testified about how officials could scale back on key mandates of the health-care law.
The story of Sergei Millian illustrates the challenge confronting the FBI as it seeks to separate fact from fiction.
Just two months in office, the president has already been the focus of millions of dollars of spending on commercials meant to move his agenda through Congress.
For a president with a record-low approval rating, this isn't going to help.
Bringing congressional Republicans and Democrats together is no picnic.
The president's eldest daughter will now be an unpaid employee, in addition to having office space in the White House.
From Susan B. Anthony to Donald J. Trump.
Senate leaders noted “progress” on the same day a House GOP member urged the Senate to take the lead on the Russia investigation and after the House Intelligence Committee’s probe all but ground to a halt this week amid partisan fighting.
Two separate incidents involving a black congresswoman and a black White House reporter sparked outrage on social media, leading to the hashtag #BlackWomenAtWork.
Fox News commentator Andrew Napolitano repeated his unproven accusation that former president Obama had British intelligence wiretap Trump Tower during the presidential campaign, a claim that President Trump quoted.
President Trump said he won't be able to “Make America great again” without the help of women, and pledged to work toward greater access to affordable child care, during an event on March 29 at the White House.
A timeline of what Nunes did and how it overlaps with what the White House wanted.
They still have little hope of enacting their own solutions now, but are trying to lay the groundwork for electoral victories in 2018 and 2020 that could open new doors.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) warned Republicans not to choose the option to "go nuclear," and change Senate rules to overcome a potential filibuster of Judge Gorsuch's nomination to the Supreme Court. "If they decide to change the rules, it'll be on their back," he said.
Ending opioid addiction was a centerpiece of Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, as well as Christie's.
Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee say they want to move forward with the investigation into Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 presidential election, with or without Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) as chairman.
Live by the stock, Dow by the stock.
President Trump hosted a discussion about drug abuse at the White House on March 29. Here are his opening remarks from that roundtable.
Trump's interior secretary proposes building on the Mexican side of the Rio Grande.
At the White House, March 29, Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) said of drug users, "We can't throw their life away." President Trump tapped Christie to lead a new commission to combat drug addiction,
Justices are considering whether prosecutors withheld important evidence in the Catherine Fuller case.