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GOP aides said it is not uncommon to prioritize refugee requests on the basis of religious persecution. However, Muslims have suffered more in the Syrian civil war than others.
A secret recording of a closed GOP meeting reveals a party facing sharp internal concerns about its quick push to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks says Trump may be ‘spot on’ with fraud allegations.
President and vice president will address members of Congress today in Philadelphia.
Plans call for repealing major portions of the Affordable Care Act, passing replacement measures and embarking on a major tax code overhaul.
Looming over the gathering in Philadelphia are questions about policy details, how much of their agenda Trump will support — how much leverage they actually have with the president.
A key House committee will introduce legislation and hold a pair of hearings on key policy topics: lowering insurance costs and reforming Medicaid — the first pieces of the GOP health-care replacement plan.
The White House has yet to publicly respond to the invitation.
There is no evidence of widespread illegal voting in the 2016 election.
Senate Democrats agreed to hold confirmation votes Friday for Gen. James Mattis and Gen. John F. Kelly, tapped respectively to lead the departments of Defense and Homeland Security.
“My attendance is in no way an endorsement of the President-elect or the destructive, divisive rhetoric that has defined him throughout his campaign and transition,” said Rep. Cedric L. Richmond (D-La.).
A letter set to be delivered to Trump on Thursday urges the soon-to-be president to oppose GOP plans in Congress to repeal the Affordable Care Act and to strip Planned Parenthood of federal funding.
Lawmakers are turning to Facebook and telephone town halls in apparent bid to avoid repeating the testy town halls of 2009.
Congress is poised to undo key environmental and labor rules soon after Trump’s inauguration.
Americans for Prosperity’s new legislative agenda suffuses familiar ideas with newly raised expectations.
Trump and aides hit back at civil-rights icon and government ethics chief
Priebus rejected Democrats’ comparisons to Trump’s own well-publicized doubts about Obama’s eligibility to serve.
Priebus spoke on ABC’s “This Week” hours after Esquire magazine published a report that suggested that the media could be permanently evicted from their longtime space in the White House itself to other buildings nearby.
House set to vote to allow the use of special rules that will allow Republicans to roll back the Affordable Care Act without Democratic cooperation.