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Half a century ago, a senator battling a brain tumor took to the Senate floor, and secured his legacy.
A crucial Senate vote to begin the health-care debate is set for Tuesday, but it could fail.
Jared Kushner told reporters that he “did not collude with Russians, nor do I know of anyone in the campaign who did.”
There were numerous attempts to establish contact with the campaign and the transition team.
Terminating the special counsel would show recklessness, imply corruption, and irrevocably damage the country.
As Donald Trump’s troubles deepen, he keeps trying to shift attention to his old rival—but finds it no longer works like it used to.
A new law could alleviate hardship for those thrown into debt—or jail—because of mounting fines. But does it go far enough?
President Trump’s son in law is expected to tell the Senate Intelligence Committee that he “did not collude” with Russia.
To influence U.S. politics, foreign governments don’t have to hack one party and collude with the other.
By asking active-duty personnel to lobby Congress in their own self-interest, President Trump crossed an important line.
The party is promising a “A Better Deal.” Will voters be convinced?
Thirty-one year old Ezra Cohen-Watnick holds the intelligence portfolio on the National Security Council—but almost everything about him is a mystery.
A conservative group is resisting congressional efforts to kneecap FOIA.
The Senate parliamentarian’s rejection of important provisions of the GOP’s Obamacare repeal bill puts its status in further jeopardy.
The president also angrily lashed out at the media and his critics.
In an 11th hour push to repeal Obamacare, Republicans are leaning on a murky analysis that supports their plan.
A new report from The Washington Post claims the attorney general had two “substantive” discussions with Sergey Kislyak about Trump’s stance on issues important to Russia.
Yes, this is probably a Taye Diggs situation.
The big hard-news takeaways of President Trump's interview with The New York Times this week were his trashing of…
The choice of the former hedge funder and ardent Trump loyalist reflected longstanding dissatisfaction with Press Secretary Sean Spicer.