(WASHINGTON) – Thursday night’s planned House vote on the Republican-backed American Health Care Act was postponed this afternoon as the party struggled to collect the votes needed to ensure its
But the White Hou... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- The fate of House Republicans' health care plan remains up in the air as it heads for a vote in the House later Thursday, the timing of which has yet to be announced.
Despite Wednesday’s late-night negotiations and pe... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., apologized to the full House Intelligence Committee Thursday for failing to inform the committee's Democratic ranking member of his findings -- that the intelligence community "incidentally collected" s... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- The Senate’s top Democrat dealt a critical blow to the confirmation process of President Donald Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch, by vowing to invoke a filibuster that would force Republicans to ear... Read More
(WASHINGTON) — The head of the union representing U.S. Border Patrol agents said Wednesday that a wall along the southern border was only necessary in "strategic locations."
During a Senate hearing on staffing needs for Border Patrol... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- A public opinion poll released by Quinnipiac University Wednesday reported decreasing levels of approval for President Donald Trump in the midst of his battle over the new health
care bill, continued insistence he was surveilled... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- Democrats struck back at the revelation Wednesday that information about Trump campaign officials was "incidentally collected" during surveillance, with the party's top intelligence
committee member alluding to growing evidence ... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- Members of the Congressional Black Caucus went to the White House on Wednesday for their first official meeting with President Donald Trump.
The meeting, which comes five weeks after Trump asked a reporter at a press confer... Read More
House intel chair says Trump transition team 'incidentally' surveilled, president feels 'somewhat' vindicated
(WASHINGTON) -- Donald Trump said he felt "somewhat" vindicated on Wednesday after being briefed by the chair of the House Intelligence Committee, Devin Nunes, R-Calif. -- who said he had been
given credible intelligence suggesting that t... Read More