Trump says that the United States needs to take a page out of Mexico’s playbook and get tougher at kicking people out of the country who have overstayed.
The establishment and the outsider tangled Tuesday night, illustrating just how far apart the party’s rival wings are on the issue.
On Guantanamo and other issues, the president has to decide whether he will let Congress stand in his way.
Paul Ryan wants to restore the House to regular order even as a funding deadline approaches.
The GOP's House leadership, like its presidential field, is much younger than Democrats'. Can Republicans take advantage?
Colleagues close to Ryan say they aren’t worried about Ryan’s ability to raise cash, but his critics are raising concerns.
The former mentor and mentee clashed on the debate stage Wednesday night, the sharpest break yet in what was once a partnership.
A cut in crop-insurance funding is making farm-state members leery of backing the bipartisan agreement.
He's demanding what women for decades have not felt they could ask for: more time with family.
After years of negotiations, a justice reform bill speeds through the Senate.
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 potential speaker has already promised that he won’t tackle comprehensive immigration reform this year.
Boehner believes Ryan can get conservatives to "yes" but there is work ahead.
The Ways and Means chairman told his GOP colleagues what it would take to get him to "yes."
Both parties play politics on hot-button immigration vote.
He’s got leadership skills and the respect of most of the conference, but Ryan still will disappoint the Freedom Caucus.
A Friday meeting gave no resolution to the fallout from Kevin McCarthy's sudden decision to drop his speaker bid.
The House unveiled its own sentencing-reform bill Thursday, but the chamber’s judiciary chairman promises there’s more to come.
The Nevada Republican says if immigration reform won’t come up on its own, he is happy to force the issue.
A major bipartisan justice bill is being unveiled Thursday. Here's how it came together, and all that stood in its way, over the last year.