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.
In a dramatic vote Tuesday, senators agreed to open debate on a modified health care bill. Later that evening, the Senate blocked the proposal – a signal that a new approach must be taken if any revised health care legislation is to pass.
President Trump has spoken privately about the consequences of firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions after he recused himself from the Russia probe.
Democratic leaders are trying to revitalize their base by making an appeal to working people, many of whom have become disenchanted with the party.
Unnamed officials linked Sean Spicer's resignation Friday with the appointment of Anthony Scaramucci as the new White House communications director.
In recent weeks, the GOP has failed to deliver on its promises to overhaul 'Obamacare' and provide a budget plan. Some anticipate the possibility of a government shutdown in the fall if Congress proves unable to pass bills essential to government funding.
The decision, announced by anonymous insiders, follows special counsel Robert Mueller’s incorporation of the Trump family’s business ties into the ongoing Russia investigation, a decision which President Trump warned would cross a line.
The GOP's budget plan announced Wednesday, which promises to cut over $5 trillion in spending by 2027, still faces doubts from both conservatives and moderates.
Despite debate in Washington, some young adults are skeptical about health care insurance, no matter the cost.
A bipartisan deal announced on Thursday modernizes the GI Bill, expanding financial contributions and flexibility for veterans to pursue higher education opportunities.
A revamped bill proposed by Senator McConnell on Thursday will require the support of several opposing republicans to pass its ‘do-or-die’ vote next week.