Mixed directives from Trump have left Republicans yet another obstacle in their path to immigration reform.
The president met with House Republican lawmakers, pushed them to pass immigration reform, and indicated he would sign whichever bill reached his desk.
At the Plaza Hotel on Wednesday night, the businesswoman tried to promote a new weight-loss plan—and avoid talking to reporters about her ex-husband.
The internal GOP revolt over a bill to protect young undocumented immigrants ends with a whimper.
Millan Hupp filed her paperwork shortly after portions of her congressional testimony were made public.
The odds are against Steve Scalise—but he's used to that.
At an event for Senate hopeful Marsha Blackburn in Nashville, President Trump barely addressed the candidate he was there to support. But he may have helped her anyway.
Anything-but-the-guns mentality has reared explanations that even fellow Republicans find unnerving.
A press staffer at the Environmental Protection Agency attempted to distract from his boss’s troubles by planting stories that would reflect poorly on the secretary of the interior.
In an echo of past controversies, the EPA administrator initially denied approving salary hikes for his top aides, but admitted he did so when questioned before Congress.
The speaker of the House has decided not to run for reelection, setting off a succession fight—and perhaps yet another wave of retirements.
Senators grappled less with the cultural and political implications of Facebook than with the basic mechanics by which it operates.
The EPA administrator has said he “didn’t know” about unusual salary bumps given to a pair of trusted aides, but a message from one of those staffers claims otherwise.
Senators Sheldon Whitehouse and Tom Carper question whether Pruitt or one of his aides abused special hiring powers granted by the Safe Drinking Water Act.
The embattled EPA chief used an obscure provision last month to increase the salaries of a pair of staffers by tens of thousands of dollars.
The counselor to the president had resisted Trump’s previous entreaties, but is now considering replacing Hope Hicks on an interim basis.
The president is upset with congressional leaders for slow-rolling his core campaign promise, and for failing to defund sanctuary cities in their spending bill.
Growing numbers of congressional Republicans are pressing for action on guns.
In remarks delivered at a private fundraising event and obtained by The Atlantic, the president attributed Conor Lamb’s success to the fact that he “sounds like a Republican.”
“There are some who believe being relevant means throwing a hand grenade in the middle of the conference.”