Nunes: Trump's personal communications may have been collected
House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes said Wednesday that Donald Trump's personal communications and those of associates may have been picked up by intelligence agencies conducting surveillance of foreign targets after the election, and hurried to the White House to brief the President.
Judges address legal future of travel ban Wednesday
President Donald Trump's new travel ban is scheduled to go into effect Thursday, but several …
White House demands deep cuts to State, UN funds
The White House has instructed the State Department and the US mission to the United Nations to cut…
Republicans brace for CBO report of health care coverage
Republicans may soon get a preview of the political price of health reform.
Joe Biden: The fight against cancer is bipartisan
The fight against cancer knows no party lines.
Paul slams Ryan on health care
Sen. Rand Paul on Sunday accused House Speaker Paul Ryan of misleading Republicans on the House …
Trump says suspect was disturbed, praises Secret Service
President Donald Trump said Saturday that the suspect in the White House intrusion Friday night was…
Chaffetz walks back remarks on low-income Americans choosing health care…
A Republican lawmaker on Tuesday walked back his remarks earlier in the day that low-income …
The Republicans take on health care -- and it won't be easy
Republican lawmakers finally unveiled a plan to repeal major portions of Obamacare on Monday night,…
Carson compares slaves to immigrants
Ben Carson appeared to liken slaves to immigrants who choose to come to the United States while …
GOP tries to keep agenda on track, despite Trump tweets
Republicans in Congress are determined to push full steam ahead with a key campaign pledge -- …