In a Washington stalled by partisan gridlock, Dr. David Shulkin may have a better shot at getting things done. A former Obama appointee picked by President Trump, he was confirmed by a Senate vote of 100-0.
Georgia's 6th congressional district election Tuesday between long-time Republican official Karen Handel and rising Democrat Jon Ossoff could provide a litmus test of GOP strength and a sign of things to come in midterm elections.
While many look with disapproval on the Republican effort to use a cloak-and-dagger approach to sneak a health care bill through the Senate, a look at history reveals that this process is far from new.
In what will be one of the biggest cases of the upcoming Supreme Court term, the justices will rule on the constitutionality of 'manipulating electoral boundaries for an unfair political advantage.'
The annual congressional game carried on after Thursday's shooting, continuing a century-old tradition of bipartisanship and unity. Republicans and Democrats unite in support of Rep. Steve Scalise of Lousiana, who remains in critical condition. Dems win 11-2.
A new poll shows many Americans, including Republicans, feel President Trump shows a lack of respect for democratic institutions and question his handling of major issues like foreign policy and climate change.
In the Republican race Ed Gillespie's narrow victory against former Trump state campaign chairman Corey Stewart shows the president's enduring appeal among GOP voters in a state where Democrats have won every statewide election since 2009.
Democrats in the Senate and House filed a lawsuit against President Trump Wednesday. Nearly 200 plaintiffs allege that he has violated the Constitution by remaining invested in the Trump Organization, which means he could benefit financially from foreign governments.
During his testimony, Attorney General Jeff Sessions denied collusion with Russian officials during the 2016 presidential election and denounced suggestion his recommendation to fire James Comey had to do with the Russian probe.
Senate Democrats and Republicans agreed Monday that Russia's destabilizing involvement in Ukraine, Crimea, Syria, and the US election justified creating and reinforcing sanctions against 'corrupt Russian actors.'
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke recommended Monday to return the federally protected Bears Ears National Monument in Utah to the control of the state. A coalition of Western tribes resists this recommendation to lose protections on the 'lands they consider sacred.'
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions prepares to answer questions Tuesday posed by the Senate Intelligence Committee. The event is expected to further shed light on former FBI Director James Comey’s firing and Russia’s involvement in the 2016 US presidential election.
After remaining in New York for five months after President Trump's inauguration, Melania and Barron Trump have arrived in Washington. With her presence in the White House, many expect Mrs. Trump will continue to raise her profile as first lady.