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Bernie Sanders and an influential group of unions are opposing the rescue bill that could see a House vote in June.
Deal would help restructure the island’s $72 billion debt.
The highest-ranking women in House GOP says she cast an absentee ballot for Trump, however grudgingly.
The Senate Democratic leader is wary of strong-arming Sanders -- a function of both their unique relationship and political reality.
After months of debate in the Senate, House members look to get involved.
The Senate minority leader said he was disturbed by events in his home state.
White House says testimony would raise ‘significant constitutional concerns rooted in the separation of powers.’
Republicans have driven “an outrageous campaign of misrepresentation and intimidation,” Nancy Pelosi said.
The powerful lawmakers’ backing is the latest demonstration of how the GOP establishment is falling in line behind Trump.
Ryan is torn between his conservative principles and his institutional responsibility, with his future as a national leader hanging in the balance.
The summit between Ryan and Trump has been cast as an opportunity to soothe tensions between Trump and the GOP establishment.
The Thursday summit will focus on ‘issues of mutual interest,’ Trump campaign says.
Put simply, Ryan needs Trump more than Trump needs Ryan.
House speaker: “We can’t fake it” when it comes to unity.
We can’t fake it,’ the House speaker says about party unity.
Democrats hope Supreme Court nominee’s submission is prelude to a hearing.
Wisconsin businessman Paul Nehlen is attacking Ryan’s right flank, but it may not be all that vulnerable.
Donald Trump has forced Republican lawmakers like Sen. Roy Blunt into verbal contortions.
A nonpartisan analysis finds the current Senate has confirmed the fewest civilian presidential nominees of any Congress in the past 30 years.
GOP presumptive nominee presents challenges in down-ballot races for House, Senate.