A nonpartisan study released Thursday found mixed signals from President Trump and failed health-care reform in the Senate contributed to insurance premium increases forecasts across the country.
In the spirit of Trump's anti-establishment campaign promises, incumbent politicians find new challengers from those claiming to be faithful to the president's 'America first' vision.
Leading policy advisers from both parties push for the next step in one of the most polarizing issues in Washington.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's Monday proposal would raise taxes on 32,000 of the city's wealthiest residents, but the bill will likely face resistance in the state's Republican-controlled Senate.
The next stages of the long-gestating Russia probe are being carried out through a grand jury – a tool commonly used for criminal investigations – but experts say the jury’s use 'neither escalates, nor establishes a timeline for, the investigation.'
Members of the non-partisan US Conference of Mayors, which represents 1,408 cities with a population of 30,000 or more, say they seek solutions based on results – not ideology.
Cash – more than high approval ratings and shared values – is a strong force keeping Republican Party members close to the president.
The budget plan, approved by the House on Thursday, would also increase government spending for veterans programs and military wages.
Three Republican senators – John McCain of Arizona, Susan Collins of Maine, and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska – voted 'no' to kill the bill, joining the Democrats, who unanimously voted in opposition.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions fulfills a promise to work on eradicating a violent street gang in Central America despite doubts over his future role within the Trump administration.
After the repeal measure was defeated in the Senate Wednesday, the GOP moved to a pared down version that would simply remove some of the most unpopular parts of the Affordable Care Act.