The new speaker wants the Freedom Caucus, RSC, and Tuesday Group to meet weekly to hash out their differences.
The new speaker has three circles of close House allies, and fittingly, they're very different from his predecessor's.
He takes over as speaker just in time to have the highway and defense bills "dropped in his lap."
All but nine Republicans ended up voting for the party's new leader.
A flurry of legislative activity marked John Boehner's last week, but did anything really get resolved?
After weeks of unrest, the House GOP has selected its next leader. A floor vote is set for Thursday.
The speaker has been eager to get an agreement on spending and the debt ceiling before he leaves office.
A cut in crop-insurance funding is making farm-state members leery of backing the bipartisan agreement.
The retiring speaker wants to push through a debt-ceiling increase this week before he hands power to Paul Ryan, but there are hurdles in his path.
House and Senate GOP leaders know they need to pass a clean debt-ceiling measure, but neither wants to go first.
A "supermajority" of the conservative group's members will support Ryan for speaker. It's enough that he'll move forward with his bid.
The week-long recess resolved nothing in the contest for the House's top job.
While everyone waits for Paul Ryan, at least one hopeful is directly reaching out to colleagues about the job.
A Friday meeting gave no resolution to the fallout from Kevin McCarthy's sudden decision to drop his speaker bid.
Lots of Republicans hope Paul Ryan runs for House speaker. If he doesn't ... hmm ...
The Florida lawmaker gets a late endorsement from the House Freedom Caucus, ensuring McCarthy will have a hard slog to 218 votes.
The speaker candidate promises he won't be another John Boehner, but it's not clear if members are convinced.
The Financial Services chairman lashed out at Republicans who are trying to go over his head and discharge a reauthorization bill.
Kevin McCarthy now faces a tougher race for speaker, and the contest to succeed him has been delayed—giving more candidates time to jump in.
House Republicans will pick their nominee for speaker Thursday, but the contest for majority leader—and possibly for majority whip—will wait until after Oct. 29.