Not even Fox News could hide the blue wave building on the horizon as the November elections inch closer.
Republicans in the U.S. Congress on Thursday struggled to agree on immigration legislation that could be voted on before November's congressional elections, as party members disagreed on key issues such as the future of illegal "Dreamer" immigrants.
There is little Congress can do to stop President Donald Trump if he wants to relax penalties on ZTE Corp, despite strong bipartisan opposition to easing restrictions on China's No. 2 telecommunications equipment maker.
U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan said on Wednesday that President Donald Trump should not pardon himself, becoming the second Republican leader in Congress to balk at the president's assertion that he had "absolute" power to do so.
When the history books document this era of American politics, they will not be kind to the throngs of GOP politicians who stood by as this reality TV president used the federal government as his play toy.
Adam Schiff was given a commitment by at least one member of Trump's cabinet that the controversial briefing will be bipartisan.
On January 6, 2017, between Donald Trump winning the presidential election and his being sworn in, our nation’s intelligence community issued a document clearly outlining how Russia, at the directive of the President of that nation, interfered with our election, favoring Donald Trump.
It's no longer a question who Trump stands for. It's the same wealthy interests to which all Republican administrations cater. The real question is: Will his supporters notice?
The president's praise of Greg Gianforte isn't all that surprising. After all, Trump's own campaign style was similar, as he frequently bullied his critics and incited violence at his campaign rallies.
The state offers Democrats the opportunity to pick up as many as five seats from Republicans in congressional elections in November, analysts said. Democrats need a net total of 23 to assume the House majority, which would likely derail Republican President Donald Trump’s policy agenda.
This GOP effort is about one thing: Discrediting Robert Mueller's Russia probe, thus giving Donald Trump an opening to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
Democratic Rep. Ted Lieu of California said that if his party had control of the United States House of Representatives, they would hold hearings "next week" on Donald Trump's violation of campaign finance laws.
Republicans continue to undermine Robert Mueller's investigation and do severe long-term damage to American instititutions.
Pruitt testified that the EPA was not planning to revoke California's Clean Air Act waiver that enables it to set more stringent fuel economy standards days ago, and then did exactly that.
It is a violation of the law to knowingly make false statements to a Congressional committee.
If there is one election cycle in which being the president's shameless lapdog is a bad look, it's this one.
Nancy Pelosi, the top Democrat in the U.S. House of Representatives, said on Friday that House Democrats will continue to investigate alleged Russian meddling in U.S. elections despite a report on the matter released by the House intelligence committee.
Married father of three Representative Patrick Meehan (R-PA) resigned Friday to put an end to an ethics probe into sexual harassment after reportedly using taxpayer dollars in settlement with aide who alleged sexual harassment. Meehan says he will repay U.S. Treasury for the $39,000 payment.
Rep. Lamborn's sloppiness is just a small part of the overall chaos unfolding within the Republican Party with the midterms just months away.
A bipartisan majority of the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday urged Speaker Paul Ryan to schedule debate on bills to protect young undocumented immigrants from deportation, in a move aimed at reviving a push that sputtered in the Senate in February.
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.