The fashion-peddling first daughter is getting an office in the West Wing, while the wonky former first daughter will accept an award from Variety.
If there’s one thing the president relishes, it’s making life uncomfortable for anyone who thwarts his will.
The chamber’s parliamentarian will have a lot of say over the fate of the Republican health care bill.
“When you’re in the opposition, you want to take his numbers down before you start talking about anything positive.”
The new president is about to learn how difficult it is to get Congress to approve his spending priorities.
The Border Adjustment Tax, a proposal favored by House Speaker Paul Ryan, has aroused serious opposition from Republican senators.
The 45th president is a sensitive soul whose ego is easily bruised when others say unkind or disrespectful things about him.
How will Republicans respond if Democrats attempt to filibuster President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee?
Of all the hurdles confronting lawmakers with big plans, time may be the most vexing.
Democrat or Republican, no one on Capitol Hill is certain what changes the president will bring.
After an unexpected loss in November, Democrats are nowhere near ready to take on the president-elect.
Health care, trade pacts, environment regulation, financial oversight—you name the policy area, the GOP is set to roll it back.
Representative Mark Meadows, the group’s new chairman, is hoping an early push for deregulation will do the trick.
Democratic women should have plenty to say—not just about the direction of their party but also about the state of women’s leadership in the American political system.
Key legislators saw their fortunes reshuffled on Election Day in ways good, bad, and ulcer-inducing.
Younger caucus members are frustrated with the entrenched, aging leadership of the Democratic Party.
The president-elect’s victory wasn’t a product of the usual electoral dysfunction so much as an end-run around it.
Wide-eyed freshmen members of Congress swept into Washington this week to learn more about their new homes.
The voters have largely supported Republican candidates for years, which underscores the complicated nature of their political interests.
The Silicon Valley billionaire says he’s backing Trump because the GOP nominee doesn’t offer easy solutions, but that’s all he offers.