There could still be a vote soon on Senate GOP legislation to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, Democrats warned on Tuesday.
Heller is the fifth Republican senator to express opposition to the legislation.
The party has made gains in special elections, but continues to fall short of outright victory.
The GOP notched victories in Georgia and South Carolina races to fill House seats vacated by Republicans tapped to serve in President Trump’s administration.
Democrats and Republicans are under intense pressure to pull out a win in Tuesday’s closely-watched special election.
Members of Congress reacted with shock and horror to the shooting of their colleague, Louisiana Representative Steve Scalise. Several provided detailed firsthand accounts of the scene.
Ed Gillespie eked out a victory in the state’s gubernatorial primary after a stronger-than-anticipated challenge from a controversial conservative candidate.
Tom Perriello and Ralph Northam are attempting to bridge divides in a primary for governor that will test what liberal voters want in the Trump era.
The Republican known for leading the House Benghazi Committee is poised to helm a powerful investigative committee in Congress.
Former FBI director James Comey’s testimony raises new questions for congressional lawmakers.
They felt comfortable saying they hadn’t felt pressure from administration officials to influence the probe. But they declined to answer direct queries from senators about their interactions with the president.
Democrat Phil Murphy and Republican Kim Guadagno win their primaries, and will face off in November’s general election.
An under-the-radar election in New Jersey could put the party in a position to enact a progressive agenda statewide.
On Capitol Hill, Republican lawmakers have reacted to the news with a mixture of evasion, defensiveness, and vague condemnations of violence.
Republican candidate Greg Gianforte has been cited for misdemeanor assault after a journalist accused Gianforte of “body slamming” him in response to a question about GOP health-care legislation in Congress.
A pair of down-ballot victories are generating enthusiasm, but it’s far too early to predict what will happen in the 2018 midterms.
The president reportedly attempted to enlist the head of the NSA and director of national intelligence to defend against the Russia inquiry.
Congressional Democrats renewed calls for an independent commission into the Russia investigation in response new revelations in The New York Times and The Washington Post.
The Republican chairman of the House Oversight Committee will step down at the end of June.
A divide has emerged among congressional Democrats over how far to go in attempting to make a case against the president.