Without support from the GOP holdouts, it is difficult to see how Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., can whip 50 votes for the new health care bill before Sept. 30, the deadline to use the reconciliation process that requires a simple majority to push through the legislation.
Hillary Clinton, promoting her new book, "What Happened," criticized the press's role in the 2016 election and said the media got “played” by the Russians by promoting the WikiLeaks dumps.
With a deadline approaching in the Senate, two Republican authors of a revised health care bill are pushing their plan and think they’re close to having the number of votes they need. But the bill faces long odds.
President Trump again sent shockwaves through his own party when Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi announced late Wednesday night they had reached an agreement with him over dinner to “enshrine” DACA protections for young unauthorized immigrants.
President Donald Trump waves as he walks across the South Lawn to board Marine One at the White House in Washington, Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017, for a short trip to Andrews Air Force Base, Md. and then onto Yuma, Ariz. to visit the U.S. border with Mexico and attend a rally in Phoenix. WASHINGTON — White
The military trial for five men accused of plotting the 9/11 terror attacks that killed thousands of Americans continues to be stalled at the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, prison with no trial date in sight.
Nancy Pelosi says she asked President Trump to reassure young unauthorized immigrants spooked by his decision to revoke the DACA program.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders on Thursday pushed back on multiple new reports that President Trump has decided to end DACA.
President Trump pushed Congress to pass a tax reform bill in his first speech on the topic in Missouri Wednesday, warning Republican lawmakers not to disappoint him. In this speech the president stuck largely to the script, and while he called out Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill, he refrained from criticizing
Jacob Calle, a PhD student in biology in Houston, first used a kayak to check submerged cars to see if anyone needed help, then went to the rescue of a beloved colony of bats. Calle spent his Sunday rescuing a colony of free-tailed bats — 700 to 1,000 of them — that live under the Waugh Bridge near downtown
As a massive flood continues to bear down on the Houston area, Texans are using monster trucks, boats jet skis and even canoes to help evacuate their neighbors still stuck in dangerous high water.
Cities and towns across the South seek solutions to the thorny questions of history and public memory raised by the removal of Confederate memorials.
But the pardon, if Trump decides to issue it, would be highly unorthodox and break with the Justice Department’s guidelines for clemency, according to legal experts.
The Trump administration retooled its grants to organizations battling extremism, cutting out a network founded by an ex-skinhead that seeks to reform white supremacists.
Comments by a Trump aide and Fox News host Sean Hannity, a Trump ally, highlight tensions between the White House and the Senate as it takes a four-week recess.
Senators are leaving Washington with little legislation to show for seven months of work and an angry president blaming them for the country's stalled agenda.
He said that the bill shows “compassion” to struggling American families and that it would “give American workers a pay raise by reducing unskilled immigration.”
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s bid to pass a stripped-down repeal of Obamacare failed dramatically early Friday when Sen. John McCain and two other Republicans voted against it.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., at long last introduced the text of his "skinny repeal" health care plan for a midnight vote on Thursday night.
As a vote neared Thursday on a proposed "skinny repeal" of Obamacare, three key Republican senators said they would only vote for it if they are assured it won't actually become law.
Over the sound of protesters crying “kill the bill,” 50 Republican senators cast their votes to begin to debate repealing Obamacare on a razor-thin margin Tuesday afternoon. John McCain cast a decisive vote.