Ahead of a key vote this week, senators from states where tax cuts busted the budget want the plan to include a “backstop” in case the party’s rosy revenue predictions don’t come true.
The House and Senate bills punish Democratic constituencies, from college students to homeowners in big-city markets.
After laboring for years to close the gender gap, GOP strategists are suddenly facing a gender chasm.
The Minnesota lawmaker’s colleagues are kicking the controversy over his sexual misconduct during a 2006 USO tour to the panel.
The House on Thursday approved its legislation in a surprisingly drama-free vote. But hurdles await in the Senate.
The new Senate plan would have cuts for individuals go away in eight years but make them permanent for corporations.
Defenders of Alabama’s Roy Moore are politicizing a problem that crosses party lines.
The mounting charges against the Republican Senate candidate from Alabama are causing uncertainty for the Breitbart chief and his allies.
Republican senators will scrap the Affordable Care Act’s individual insurance mandate as part of their proposal, jeopardizing delicate negotiations for the chance at a double legislative win.
Both plans are over-budget and can’t pass the Senate on a party-line vote without major changes, analysts say.
The GOP was supposed to be unified on taxes after internal divisions destroyed their health-care drive. But the party’s majorities in Congress now have two competing legislative proposals once again.
The party’s suburban sweep in Virginia and New Jersey offers one template for 2018. But Democrats will have little room for error if they don’t expand their coalition.
Character remains the issue that confronts us in almost every story about national politics today.
The energy in the firearms debate remains on the side of inaction.
Encouraging people to buy a home was a hallmark of President George W. Bush’s economic policy. The new GOP tax bill marks a retreat from that philosophy.
The attorney general’s sworn testimony before the Senate is at odds with other accounts.
Congress has all the necessary elements for a perfect storm of predation.
With the Trump administration refusing to promote open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act, a cadre of former Obama officials steps in to fill the void—with an assist from the ex-president himself.
After months of secret talks, Republicans are just about ready to provide the critical details of their long-awaited proposal for tax reform.
After Monday's indictments, lawmakers urged Republicans to join them in supporting the special counsel's investigation.