In Iowa, Republicans say women can go elsewhere for family-planning care. But are health-care facilities actually prepared to fill the gap?
House Speaker Paul Ryan pulled the GOP’s new health-care legislation, after Republicans didn’t have the votes to pass it.
Monday marked the beginning of what will probably be Judge Neil Gorsuch’s toughest job interview: his Supreme Court confirmation hearings…
The U.S. House is postponing its vote on the Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes held a news conference on information obtained by his committee.
President Trump reportedly told lawmakers that they could lose their seats in 2018 if they don’t back the GOP health-care bill.
FBI Director James Comey testified at a House Intelligence Committee hearing on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
The president defended his claims that former President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower.
This week, in honor of March Madness, we asked Politics & Policy Daily readers: If you had to pick a…
President Trump's budget blueprint would increase defense spending and significantly decrease domestic spending across federal agencies.
The Appalachian Regional Commission distributes grants in states that voted for the president, and works to revitalize coal-mining communities.
The president’s budget suggests entirely defunding these bodies, from the Appalachian Regional Commission to the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Federal Reserve will raise interest rates for the third time since 2008.
Winter Storm Stella hammered the Northeast on Tuesday.
The Congressional Budget Office projected that the House Republicans’ new health-care plan would result in millions of Americans losing health insurance.
Representative Justin Amash cried after missing his first vote since arriving to Congress in 2011.
On Wednesday, a Northern Virginia school district shut down for the day after a number of staff members asked for…
Speaker Paul Ryan touted the new health-care bill using PowerPoint.
Republican Representative Pete Sessions has proposed the "World's Greatest Healthcare Plan of 2017.”
Representative Jason Chaffetz said low-income Americans should invest in health-care expenses rather than a new iPhone.