The Senate’s passage of a budget resolution on Thursday night was a victory for party unity, but a defeat for the GOP’s remaining fiscal hawks.
Does the president want Congress to strike a bipartisan deal on health care? As with so many other issues, it depends on the hour.
The last seventy-five years of American foreign policy are not the story of a country consistently pursuing democratic ideals, only to see them undermined now by a fearful “blood and soil” isolationism.
Representative Tom Marino withdrew from consideration after a recent news report detailed how a law he helped pass benefited narcotics distributors.
The president and the Senate majority leader make nice at the White House after a summer of bickering and ahead of a crucial period for the Republican agenda.
A pair of lawmakers are nearing a bipartisan agreement on health care, but it’s not the one the president wants.
The expiration of the Children’s Health Insurance Program and the Trump administration’s moves on immigration and climate policy highlight the limits of the party out of power.
Kansas Republicans say they are worried that Congress and the Trump administration will repeat the mistake they made in enacting budget-busting tax cuts.
Senator Bob Corker drew little support from his party a day after unloading on the president. But neither did the commander-in-chief.
The retirement of Pennsylvania’s Charlie Dent puts his like-minded colleagues in a tough position.
Some Republican lawmakers and the National Rifle Association are calling for more regulation of the devices used in the Las Vegas massacre. But party leaders have no plans yet to act.
The rules for discussing firearms in the United States obscure the obvious solutions.
House Republicans took a necessary first step on Thursday with the passage of a long-delayed budget resolution. The Senate may not be far behind.
Advocates for tighter laws renewed their push after the Las Vegas shooting. But any bills that pass under Republican control are likely to expand gun rights, not restrict them.
Thoughts and prayers, but few calls for action, poured in from President Trump and members of Congress after a gunman opened fire on a country-music concert in the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.
GOP lawmakers from blue states are protesting the elimination of a popular deduction that could force many middle-class families to pay more—and sink President Trump’s bill in the House.
In public remarks Thursday, the House Democratic leader described her relationship with the president.
The would-be Alabama Senator cements a Republican Party transition to acceptance of open intolerance of Muslims that is a long time coming.
GOP budget proposals take aim at one of America’s most significant bipartisan achievements.
Pelosi and Schumer hope to persuade the president to go along with their plan to end congressional standoffs that could end in default.