In Iowa, Republicans say women can go elsewhere for family-planning care. But are health-care facilities actually prepared to fill the gap?
The Obama years left Republicans with excellent ratings from the Heritage Foundation, and no idea how to whip a vote.
Conservatives once warned that Obamacare would produce the Democratic Waterloo. Their inability to accept the principle of universal coverage has, instead, led to their own defeat.
The House abandoned its legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, handing President Trump and Speaker Paul Ryan a major defeat.
At the president’s behest, House Republicans will render what might be a final verdict on the Affordable Care Act in a high-stakes vote on Friday.
The investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election is too important to be treated like just another political opportunity.
Party leaders postponed a House vote Thursday after President Trump and Speaker Paul Ryan failed to win enough support.
With GOP leaders in need of votes, Trump reopened negotiations with the House Freedom Caucus to save the Obamacare repeal.
If there’s one thing the president relishes, it’s making life uncomfortable for anyone who thwarts his will.
President Trump warns House Republicans they could lose their majority in 2018 if they don’t pass the leadership’s health-care bill on Thursday.
Director James Comey told Congress on Monday that the 2016 probe includes possible contacts between the campaign and the Kremlin.
The chamber’s parliamentarian will have a lot of say over the fate of the Republican health care bill.
The president won over a group of conservatives by agreeing to push the Medicaid provisions in Paul Ryan’s bill further to the right. But key hardliners say the changes don’t go far enough.
With Speaker Paul Ryan throwing his plan open to amendment, the House Freedom Caucus is drafting a proposal to push it further to the right—jeopardizing its support among moderates.
The Appalachian Regional Commission distributes grants in states that voted for the president, and works to revitalize coal-mining communities.
Allocating more money for defense and a lot less for diplomacy, the White House is unveiling a spending proposal that’s meant to reflect campaign promises more than it’s meant to get through Congress.
The president’s national approval rating is dismal, but his strong standing in Republican congressional districts is keeping the party’s health-care bill afloat for now.
“It really comes down to a binary choice,” the speaker declared on Thursday, rejecting major changes sought by conservatives.
“When you’re in the opposition, you want to take his numbers down before you start talking about anything positive.”
In yet another political fight over abortion, Republicans are divided over a provision in the new House bill that blocks funding for the women’s healthcare provider.