Inside the years-long push to perfect the presidential transition
She has vowed to expand President Obama’s executive actions. Thursday’s decision won’t necessarily prevent her from doing so.
The lawmakers staging a sit-in on Wednesday took a page from GOP members who protested inaction by then-Speaker Nancy Pelosi on the House floor eight years ago.
If the economy crashes, “I’m going to give you back half,” the presumptive Republican nominee tells the nation’s creditors.
The House GOP’s health-care proposal would expand savings accounts, provide tax credits for buying insurance, and allow people to purchase coverage across state lines. Just don’t ask how much it costs.
Republicans voted down a pair of Democratic efforts to expand background checks and bar suspected terrorists from purchasing firearms following the Orlando massacre.
David Jolly isn’t unpopular. He’s been through no scandals. But after he betrayed his party, GOP leaders aren’t interested in supporting his reelection.
With a 15-hour filibuster, Chris Murphy won the chance to bring up a pair of amendments, but no guarantee that they will pass.
The presumptive Republican nominee wants a meeting to discuss restricting firearm sales to people on the terrorist watch list.
Government mandates can’t hurt the economy if they’re stuck in legislative gridlock.
The Orlando massacre has not bridged the gap between the House speaker and the presumptive GOP nominee on national security.
Democrats say yes. Here’s their case for a firearms restriction on people on the terrorist watch list.
GOP leaders have crafted an agenda that bears little resemblance to their presidential candidate’s stated vision.
Opening the general election, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump make an immediate, cross-party pitch to supporters of their rivals’ vanquished opponents.
Claiming the Democratic nomination for United States president, Hillary Clinton fully embraced the magnitude of her milestone.
House Speaker Paul Ryan forges ahead with the first plank in a substantive policy agenda—and promptly gets drowned out by Donald Trump.
The voice in the audio clip is unrecognizable. But it belongs to Hillary Clinton, who was making her first major public…
The Senate majority leader dismisses purists and relives his biggest victories in a new memoir that offers clues to his reluctant embrace of Donald Trump.
After weeks of agonizing, the House speaker lets the world know as quietly as he can that, yes, he’ll be voting for Donald Trump in November.
Will the failed U.S. presidential hopeful change his mind and run for the Senate again?
The latest GOP health-care proposal doesn’t repeal the Affordable Care Act.