With little fanfare, the House advanced a spending bill that would gut the law keeping churches out of political campaigns.
Liberal groups seize on the Senate health care vote delay to intensify opposition, while conservatives do outreach behind the scenes.
Citing time crunch, Democratic opposition, Republicans are weighing major policies and nominees without the usual oversight.
The CBO estimates the Senate's Obamacare repeal would leave 22 million more Americans without insurance. It's only the beginning.
Without public buy-in or bipartisan support, any measure Republicans pass is likely to be temporary.
Will Don McGahn, the White House counsel, save Trump from the Russia probe? Or will he be forced to turn on his boss, as John Dean did to Nixon?
The game was played in the shadow of Wednesday's shooting that left Louisiana Representative Steve Scalise in critical condition.
The Senate sent a strong, bipartisan signal this week it wants more say over President Trump's foreign policies.
A poll from a new, little-known firm shows Corey Stewart surging as voters prepare to cast ballots in Virginia, but experts are skeptical.
Comey is set to testify in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday about whether the president tried to impede the FBI's Trump-Russia investigation.
Secretary Kelly had previously emphasized that the searches, happening at airports and other ports of entry, were targeting foreigners.
In the shadow of Donald Trump, thousands of young people are gunning to resurrect the party—one district at a time.
Democrats, allies intensify calls for FBI and Justice Department investigations into Sessions's role in the Trump-Russia saga.
The White House has already indicated it will not meet the emissions goals U.S. set as part of the international accord.
Waivers added to House Republicans' bill would once again make insurance unaffordable for many with pre-existing conditions, posing a political problem for the GOP.
The deputy attorney general also admitted knowing FBI Director Comey would be fired before writing a memo justifying the move.
The new White House's legislative struggles are a major warning sign as Trump tries to steady his presidency.