Conservative voters may side with the president if Trump clashes with congressional leaders.
Press Secretary Sean Spicer pushed back against CNN’s claim that the FBI has information suggesting Trump associates and Russia may have worked together to undermine Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Just before the administration’s daily press briefing, the FBI director told Congress he has “no information” to support the president’s claims.
The current Supreme Court vacancy, and who replaces the late Antonin Scalia, may matter more to Republican voters.
The president’s spending blueprint calls for cuts to federal programs that underpin technology breakthrough and support jobs.
A group of GOP lawmakers have signed a resolution warning that “the consequences of a changing climate have the potential to adversely impact all Americans.” Will it translate to legislative action?
After a storm hit the Northeast, Representative Beto O’Rourke, a Democrat, and Representative Will Hurd, a Republican, decided to drive from San Antonio to the nation’s capital.
It’s not clear precisely what led to the cancellation of an event in Toronto, Canada, featuring the Gold Star father known for his criticism of Donald Trump.
The Democratic Party has lost power at the national level and in state legislatures. Even so, Ruy Teixeira argues that liberals should feel hopeful about the future.
The president told reporters on Thursday he has “total” confidence in his attorney general, who faces controversy over his Russia contacts.
The president took a loftier, more conciliatory approach in his address to Congress—despite offering few specifics, and sticking by many controversial claims and policies.
In response, some GOP members of Congress are attempting to show sympathy for voter concerns.
Liberals may need to decide whether to focus on energizing their base or expanding their coalition.
If congressional Republicans challenge the president they risk a backlash from their base.
Protests against the administration have spread to Republican strongholds, but it remains unclear if they will sway GOP members of Congress.
But the minority party may not be able to secure the investigation and oversight it wants in Congress.
An obscure federal law is attracting attention amid controversy over the former National Security Adviser’s contacts with Russia.
“I think the administration will explain the circumstances that led to this,” the GOP House Speaker Paul Ryan said on Tuesday.
The Massachusetts senator is in the spotlight for criticizing the president’s agenda. The louder she opposes Trump, however, the more she may find her own actions closely scrutinized, and harshly judged.
In an interview on Thursday, the adviser to President Donald Trump invented a massacre to justify restrictions on refugee admissions and travel from several predominantly Muslim countries.