It wasn’t easy but lawmakers agreed to amend the president’s healthcare law. Can they do it again?
Democrats are frustrated that the GOP won't move any gun measures, so they're not helping the majority with mental-health legislation.
But members of both parties and both chambers of Congress are eager to move forward on legislation improving the mental health care system.
To make major health care policy changes, a Democratic president probably needs Democrats in control of both chambers of Congress, which isn’t likely in 2017.
And it did so drama-free.
Parts of the reconciliation legislation may violate a Senate budget rule.
Clinton opposes a piece of the Affordable Care Act for the first time.
GOP lawmakers use a hearing to challenge the way the women's health group spends its money and whether it needs federal subsidies at all.
Republicans will deploy the budget tool to try to put legislation on the president's desk stripping Planned Parenthood funding and killing key parts of the Affordable Care Act.
The Speaker's decision makes it even more likely a shutdown will be averted, though his successor will inherit the same intractable Planned Parenthood funding problem.
Republican leadership is now likely to introduce a budget bill that would leave Planned Parenthood’s funding in place.
With tensions running high over funding Planned Parenthood, both sides are anxious to know what the pontiff will say on the subject Thursday.
Her plans continue to favor consumers over major industry groups.
A report on employer-based insurance could add flame to the fire to repeal the tax.
The Senate majority leader offered a short-term spending measure that strips money from the group, though no one expects it to actually pass the Senate.
The vote fell mostly along party lines amid a broader skirmish over Planned Parenthood.
Her plan comes as specialty drug costs skyrocket, sparking public concern.
It's unclear whether the measure will even come up in the Senate, but there could be political consequences anyway.
NRCC Chairman warns Republicans that shutting down the government over Planned Parenthood funding could have dire repercussions.
Fiorina's description of a controversial sting video wasn't quite right.