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The presumptive GOP nominee continues his insinuations about the president and Islam.
The lack of specific policy prescriptions may open Ryan up to criticism from the left, but it also reduces the risk that any of the proposals could be rejected by Donald Trump who has said very little about specific anti-poverty measures.
Previous terror attacks on the American homeland have brought parties together, not driven them apart.
Bishop chairs the Natural Resources Committee and is known for his dry wit and closet full of three-piece suits.
The candidate’s swipe at Sen. Elizabeth Warren alarms some GOP lawmakers.
Mogul’s ethnicity-based attack roils the Republican Party, prompting one senator to rescind his support.
Is this the start of a pattern?
But Ryan said he would continue to back the presumptive Republican nominee in the presidential race.
The plan outlines problems with the welfare system and broad ideas for how to fix them.
GOP lawmakers scurry for cover, though many still plan to support Trump in November.
Trump’s recent transition to presumptive presidential nominee has not made life any easier for GOP lawmakers.
It’s consuming Florida politicos and the five GOP candidates running to replace the Florida senator.
GOP chairwoman wants federal investigation of StemExpress, an emerging target for antiabortion activists.
Democrats say the House is in play: ‘Donald Trump has been our best recruiting tool.’
Peter Wehner, a personal and ideological compatriot of Ryan’s for two decades, on the future of the Trump-Ryan relationship.
Despite warnings from public health officials, Zika deal stuck in budget fight.
The publishing snafu underscores how little traction Democrats have won with their slippery-slope Supreme Court strategy.
Ryan has only grown more isolated since declaring he was “just not ready” to back the New York businessman.
White House-backed group is highlighting calls from Republican voters in latest campaign for Merrick Garland’s confirmation.