Gianforte later apologized to the reporter and said " I had no right to assault you.”

Greg Gianforte celebrates his win over Rob Quist for the open congressional seat at the Hilton Garden Inn, Thursday night, May 25, 2017, in Bozeman, Mont. The Republican multimillionaire Gianforte won Montana's only U.S. House seat on Thursday despite being charged a day earlier with assault after witnesses said he grabbed a reporter by the neck and threw him to the ground. After being declared the winner, Gianforte apologized both to Jacobs and to the Fox News crew for having to witness the attack. (Rachel Leathe/Bozeman Daily Chronicle via AP)

"If it becomes an impediment to getting the best tax bill we can, then we are okay with taking it out,” Mick Mulvaney said on CNN.

Democratic wins in the latest election, and polling about the tax bill, have led the party to think that they can cleave millions of voters from the GOP.

Alabama’s dilemma: Voters confront the split over Roy Moore

Alabama residents grapple with disillusionment and disbelief as the Senate election between Republican Roy Moore, who is accused of sexual harassment and assault, and Democrat Doug Jones approaches.

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A VOA journalist reportedly posted racist Reddit screeds. His reporting was problematic, too.

In addition to highlighting popular conservative themes, Joshua Fatzick sometimes presented information in misleading ways.

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Why Alabama kicked out its ‘Love Gov’ but might still vote for Roy Moore

There's one big difference between former governor Robert Bentley, accused of having an extramarital affair, and Moore.

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Roy Moore’s approval rating with women has dropped. But so did candidate Trump’s.

Just because fewer women approve of Moore doesn't mean they won't vote for him.

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"It's what it's all about,” Trump said of Supreme Court nominations as the campaign wound down last year.

After a flood of charity events left President Trump's "Winter White House," pro-Trump groups are trying to make up the lost business at Mar-a-Lago.

White House Counsel Donald F. McGahn said the Trump administration would not waste the opportunity to stock the federal judiciary with judges who take an originalist approach.

There was blistering criticism on the left and right after the Fish and Wildlife Service announced that it would end a 2014 ban on big-game trophy hunting in Zimbabwe and Zambia.

Amid sex allegations and a tightening Senate race, many GOP voters express disdain for outsiders influencing the election. 

Nineteen charities pulled their events from the private club in the wake of the president’s Charlottesville remarks. Trump’s allies are coming in their place.

Bill O’Neill, a Democrat who serves on the state's Supreme Court, says he will likely drop out of the governor’s race.

Out of step, out of office?

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Schumer joined other senators in calling for an ethics investigation following allegations that Franken had groped a fellow entertainer on a USO tour in Iraq in 2006.

Trump’s sudden tweet halted a decision by his own administration, announced by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Thursday, to end a 2014 government ban on big game trophy hunting in Zimbabwe and Zambia.

A growing number of Republicans say Bannon’s continued embrace of Roy Moore could undercut his ambitions to play kingmaker in 2018.

The story of Clinton’s treatment of women has not been news for many years outside of conservative media. But liberals have started publicly reckoning with this legacy recently.

The president’s decision to wade into the national debate also refocused attention on his own accusers, whom he called ‘horrible, horrible liars.’

It could influence debate as Congress nears a deadline to renew powerful spying authority.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand said Clinton should have resigned after his affair with Monica Lewinsky. A longtime Clinton aide lashed back.

Kay Ivey says she has “no reason to disbelieve” the women who have accused Moore of sexual misconduct, but will vote for him to preserve the GOP advantage in the Senate.

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