The JCT estimated that in 2018, more than half of the pass-through benefit will go to taxpayers making $500,000 or more, with $17.8 billion going to those reporting more than $1 million in income, and another $3.6 million going to taxpayers earning $500,000 to $1 million.
With Arizona Sen. John McCain battling brain cancer, Republican congressmen tried earlier this month to concoct a way to keep his seat under their party’s control, should McCain decide to leave. It didn’t work though — Democrats put a stop to the GOP’s plan.
Rep. Lamborn's sloppiness is just a small part of the overall chaos unfolding within the Republican Party with the midterms just months away.
Enthusiasm (and a sense of urgency) on the left has been a huge help to the fundraising efforts of Democrats up for election this November.
Numbers released by the Federal Election Commission (FEC) reveal that Democrats in both the Senate and the House are drastically outdoing Republicans in GOP-held districts and states where Trump was victorious in 2016.
Mitt Romney's restart of his political career hit a roadblock Saturday.
The 2012 Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts governor failed to win the Utah Republican Party's nomination, which means he must face 11 challengers in a June primary.
"Democracy is not shatter-proof, and our democracy is under attack. Time is not on our side. The time for wishful thinking ... is over."
A federal judge on Wednesday found Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach in contempt of court for disobeying her order not to enforce the state's disputed proof-of-citizenship voter registration law while the court weighed its legality.
Unsurprisingly, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said he won’t be bringing a bill to protect special counsel Robert Mueller from being fired to the Senate floor for a vote.
The bill is a bipartisan effort that took months to work on.
Missouri's attorney general said on Tuesday his office has uncovered evidence of criminal electronic theft by Missouri Governor Eric Greitens, a fellow Republican already charged with invasion of privacy stemming from an unrelated sex scandal.
The Republican Party’s exodus from Congress continues as Pennsylvania Rep. Charlie Dent announced on Tuesday that he plans on leaving office in May. This is earlier than previously expected.
Dent is among the 43rd House GOP member to say they won’t be running for re-election — some have opted to retire, some have resigned, and some have left for the private sector or to run for a different political office.
Trump provided no evidence of a crime and Comey has not been accused of wrongdoing by legal authorities. He may be a witness for any charges of obstruction of justice under consideration by U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating connections between Trump's campaign and Russia.
The Republican Party has put all of its eggs in one basket for the tax scam, and it doesn't appear to be working for them.
Though Democrats so far find themselves in a good position heading into midterm elections, a new poll conducted by ABC News/Washington Post shows that the strength of the party’s lead is weakening.
White House aides are refusing to advise Trump on his response to the Michael Cohen raid because they don’t want to be dragged into the criminal investigation.
The New York Times reported, “As his lawyers went to court in New York on Friday to try to block prosecutors from reading files that were seized from the personal lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, this week, Mr. Trump found himself increasingly isolated in mounting a response. He continued to struggle to hire a new criminal lawyer, and some of his own aides were reluctant to advise him about a response for fear of being dragged into a criminal investigation themselves.”
Republicans now have a choice: They can continue to watch – and help – this president hurt America in order to retain his power, or they can put a stop to it.
"There is an increasing sense of alarm among my Republican colleagues, as well as Democratic members of the Senate, that we are staring into the abyss. The world is watching. And history will be watching what we do."
A federal jury in Houston found former U.S. Republican Congressman Steve Stockman guilty of fraud on Thursday, including siphoning off more than $1 million in campaign funds for his own use, court records showed.
The vote is meant to show Republican voters that their party cares about fiscal responsibility, but may come just days after congressional budget analysts said annual U.S. deficits will soon approach $1 trillion due to recent legislation.
"Where was Paul Ryan's press conference after Charlottesville? ... Where's Paul Ryan been standing up defending Robert Mueller day in and day out? It hasn't happened."
During Mr. Trump’s meltdown on Monday night, prior to his meeting with his security team regarding the issue of Syria, the reader might recall a reporter asking Mr. Trump quite an unusual question: