The Senate approved former Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue to serve as agriculture secretary on an 87-11 vote.
There’s another potential deal to repeal and replace Obamacare, but despite the wishes of the White House, it’s unlikely to break the stalemate in the House anytime soon.
Karen Handel showed little enthusiasm for the president compared to the GOP rivals she defeated in advancing to a runoff in a special election for the House.
The historical marker on April 29 will coincide with the expiration of federal funding unless Congress can strike a bipartisan deal in time.
The White House’s slow pace of hiring may hamper its dream of reorganizing—and shrinking—the federal government, says Max Stier of the Partnership for Public Service.
Repealing Obamacare and reviving the GOP’s once-doomed bill are top priorities once again, despite a vow to move on to tax reform.
Ron Estes narrowly defeated Democrat James Thompson in a special election for the House, the first of the Trump era.
In the first special election of the Trump era, the GOP is sending in reinforcements to prevent an upset loss in a district the president carried by 30 points.
The Senate on Friday confirmed the conservative appellate judge to the Supreme Court after a rancorous debate that saw the end of the judicial filibuster.
In a historic party-line vote, the GOP changed the Senate rules to eliminate the 60-vote threshold for Supreme Court nominees and paved the way for President Trump’s pick to win final confirmation on Friday.
The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee abruptly recuses himself from the Russia probe while he is under investigation for improperly disclosing classified information.
The lone legislative accomplishment of Donald Trump’s first 100 days will likely be erasing the final months of his predecessor’s tenure.
The Republican plan to replace Obamacare is back under discussion, but its prospects for success are no clearer than they were before.
The recriminations following the GOP’s health-care failure obscure a simple reality: The party doesn’t have as much power as its leaders thought it did.
The conservative governor rejected a push by the state’s Republican majority to accept federal money under the Affordable Care Act. But the fight there and in other states will likely continue.
If Republicans want to confirm President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court, they’ll likely have to change the rules and invoke the Senate’s “nuclear option.”
Defeat of the Republican health-care bill in Congress has given new momentum to the push to expand Medicaid in several states, including deep-red Kansas.
President Trump may feel liberated to pursue tax reform after the failure on health care. But the GOP’s to-do list in Congress only gets harder from here.
The House abandoned its legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, handing President Trump and Speaker Paul Ryan a major defeat.
At the president’s behest, House Republicans will render what might be a final verdict on the Affordable Care Act in a high-stakes vote on Friday.
Party leaders postponed a House vote Thursday after President Trump and Speaker Paul Ryan failed to win enough support.