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The senator calls on his colleagues to abandon their indefensible approach to Obamacare repeal — minutes after voting to let them keep at it.
Senate Republicans don’t know what their health-care bill is, or what it does, but they just voted to advance it to debate.
He may have picked the wrong target for his outrage this time.
If the Senate does vote to take up a health-care bill, “skinny repeal” could be the least common denominator that kicks the can down the road.
The ex–Trump campaign chair privately met with the Senate Intel Committee on Tuesday, and now may face a public hearing on Wednesday.
Why would Texas rush into the kind of “bathroom bill” controversy that was so damaging to North Carolina? It’s about Gregg Abbott’s political future.
The White House staff can’t leak to the press if there is no White House staff
Long Island Congressman Peter King says he is coming to discuss MS-13.
Senate Republicans don’t know what their bill is or what it does. But they’re going to vote on it, anyway.
In one all-too-easy step, the president could free himself from the Russia investigation.
While it’s handy shorthand to describe single-payer proposals as “Medicare for all,” the retirement program might not work that well for everyone.
Who is she? And how did she get to be head of our schools?
He’s already passed on the opportunity to be dragged into the Russia scandal.
Trump playfully threatened to fire a Cabinet member, attacked President Obama, and thanked the kids for voting for him in November.
His return on Tuesday, following surgery and a diagnosis of brain cancer, shows Republicans think they’re close to reviving their health care bill.
Scalise’s staff objected in strong terms.
It could be a bluff or McConnell may have something up his sleeve, but at this point he’s planning a health care vote he’s probably going to lose.
They’ll take care of the Trumpcare victims for two years, then they’re on their own.
The Donkey Party promises to secure Americans a “better deal” by taking on Big Pharma and concentrated corporate power.
Whether Trump would actually nominate him may not be the point.