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With Democrats pouring so much time and energy into Georgia's special House race today, why are the party's independent fundraising groups so out-gunned by their Republican counterparts?
HIGHLIGHTS Is Georgia’s 6th District Ready to Change Parties Again? Seib Video: How to Interpret 2017?s Special Elections Senate GOP Plans Health-Care Vote Next Week Supreme Court to Consider Limits on Partisan Drawing of Election Maps Good morning. Here’s Joshua Jamerson’s morning take. Show More Summary
Seven blue-state House Republicans – joined by dozens of Democratic colleagues – asked the Trump administration to reconsider its proposal to repeal the deduction for payment of state and local taxes.
The $60 million special House election in Georgia has turned into the most expensive House race in history, but the money is coming from different sources on either side of the fight between Democrat Jon Ossoff and Republican Karen Handel.
Rep. Trey Gowdy, the new chairman of the House oversight committee, signaled that he was unlikely to use the perch to try to impose congressional will on the actions of the local government.
HIGHLIGHTS In Georgia House Race, Parties Battle for New Swing Voters Seib Video: What’s at Stake in Georgia’s Sixth District U.S. Says It Shot Down Syrian Aircraft Trade War Risks From ‘National Security’ Tariffs Good morning. Here are our top stories: Parties Battle for New Swing Voters: This Tuesday’s U.S. House special election in Georgia […]
Georgia's special election for a House seat takes place in one of the nation's most highly educated districts. Democrats are taking hope from the fact that they won the most-educated communities in the course of losing special House elections this year in Kansas and Montana.
Vice President Mike Pence’s hiring of a personal lawyer to represent him in the special counsel's Russia probe prompted some in Washington to ponder how the former governor, whose financial disclosure last year appeared to show a negative net worth, plans to pay him.
HIGHLIGHTS The Path for Obstruction: Lessons From Nixon Era Seib Video: The Rough State of America’s Political Discourse Trump to Tighten Policy on Cuba, Curbing Tourism Conservatives Sound Alarm About Senate Health Bill Good morning. Here’s Joshua Jamerson’s morning take. Show More Summary
HIGHLIGHTS In a Capital Shaken by a Shooting, President Uses ‘Political Soberness’ in Address Mueller Probe Examining Whether Trump Obstructed Justice Senate Votes to Move Ahead on Additional Sanctions Against Russia Syria’s Newest Flashpoint Is Bringing U.S. Show More Summary
Republican lawmakers provided vivid details of how the shooting unfolded Wednesday morning, when a gunman began his attack from the third-base dugout area, wounding five. Here is where the lawmakers and other participants were when the shooting began.
Here's reaction in Washington to the shooting at a Virginia baseball field Wednesday in which Rep. Steve Scalise, a congressional aide, a lobbyist and two Capitol Police officers were injured.
HIGHLIGHTS Obamacare Repeal Effort Is, So Far, Moving Faster Than Obamacare Passage Sessions: Talk of Russia Collusion Is ‘Appalling’ Federal Reserve Expected to Deliver Rate Increase American Jailed in North Korea Returns Home Seib Video: Republicans Are Worried About House Seats Good morning. Here’s Joshua Jamerson’s morning take. Show More Summary
President Trump's propensity for tweeting directly at companies has sent waves through the crisis communications landscape over the past six months, and executives must be prepared to defend their companies, industry experts Joele Frank and George Sard told attendees of the WSJ CFO Network annual meeting.
Television and video journalists on Capitol Hill said they were warned Tuesday that they needed permission to conduct video interviews in the halls of Congress, prompting protests from Democratic senators.
Sen. John McCain warned Tuesday that firing special counsel Robert Mueller would rank as the most "explosive" move President Donald Trump could make in his presidency.
HIGHLIGHTS What the White House Wants to Talk About This Week Seib Video: What to Watch in Jeff Sessions’s Testimony Trump Weighing Firing Special Counsel, Confidant Says Trump Takes Aim at Financial Rulebook Good morning. Here’s Joshua Jamerson’s morning take. Show More Summary
Ivanka Trump said Monday she was surprised by the ferocity of some of the opposition to President Donald Trump and his agenda, but said it wouldn't deter the administration’s policy plans.
Sens. Patty Murray and Elizabeth Warren have asked the Health and Human Services Department's internal watchdog for an investigation into Trump administration actions that could have "undermined" the Affordable Care Act.
Sessions Testimony Will Keep Attention on Russia Probe Seib Video: What Everyone Missed in Comey’s Testimony Trump to Call for Curbs on CFPB Capitol Hill Lacks Clarity on Debt-Ceiling Date Good morning. Here’s Joshua Jamerson’s morning take. Show More Summary