A vague but inflammatory report sheds little light on the situation.
Those Republicans who recognize how bad President Trump is for he nation but are afraid to speak out against him are as bad as the true believers of Cult45.
It’s not clear if Congresswoman Liz Cheney wants to run for the open Senate seat in Wyoming. If she did, though, she’d be the prohibitive favorite.
The Trump Administration is warning Congress that we will need to raise the debt ceiling by September. Congress should take this as an opportunity to eliminate it entirely.
Michigan Congressman Justin Amash has quit a group he helped found nine years ago after they voted to condemn him for advocating for the President’s impeachment.
Republicans nationwide are trying to discourage Roy Moore from running for Senate again. Roy Moore doesn’t care.
Some reports are saying that Roy Moore will run for the GOP nomination for Senate again in 2020.
Justin Amash’s call for impeachment of the President, and the Republican Party’s reaction to it, is telling us a lot about the current state of the GOP.
Michigan Congressman Justin Amash is the lone Republican voice speaking out against the President, and he’s making a strong case for his position in favor of impeachment.
Justin Amash doubled down on his criticism of the President and his call for impeachment even as he came under fire from fellow Republicans.
Roy Moore has not said that he’s running for Senate again in Alabama, but he’s already threatening to up-end the race for the GOP nomination.
The President’s latest ravings are “very bad, very bad.”
Disgraced former Chief Justice of Alabama Roy Moore is apparently “seriously considering” running for Senate in 2020.
Roy Moore, who lost a Special Election to replace Jeff Sessions in 2017 after being hit with allegations of sexual harassment and sexual assault, isn’t ruling another bid for the same seat.
Republicans face a choice in the coming days. Do they support the Constitution, or do they support Donald Trump? You can count on them making the wrong choice.
When it comes to the shutdown and border wall showdown that started back in December, Donald Trump is the biggest loser.
The White House isn’t ruling out the idea of a second government shutdown, but Senate Republicans have other ideas.
Christmas is behind us, but don’t expect any progress when it comes to the government shutdown, which is in its fifth day.
With Congress out of town until at least Thursday and negotiations apparently deadlocked, the White House is saying it’s likely the shutdown will last into 2019.
There was no progress on resolving the government shutdown today, and little hope that anything will happen before late next week.
The government entered its third shutdown of the year with little sign of an immediate resolution.
With just hours to go, a partial government shutdown is becoming more and more likely.
Hours before the House was set to vote on a temporary funding bill for the government, President Trump has apparently changed his mind.
The Senate passed a bill that keeps the government funded through the beginning of February, but fails to provide any funding for the President’s border wall.
Trump has selected current Budget Director Mick Mulvaney to replace John Kelly as Chief of Staff, but that’s unlikely to change how the West Wing operates.
President Trump’s first choice to replace John Kelly as Chief of Staff turned the job down, leading one to wonder why anyone would want the job.
With their House majority secure, Democrats must now select their leadership team for the next two years. It’s not going smoothly.
With most forecasts assuming that Republicans will at least lose control of the House, the odds are that the GOP will react to that by moving further to the right.
In the past, President Trump has threatened to shut down the government if the doesn’t get what he wants in the budget. The latest budget deal effectively dares him to do it.
Florida voters in the Republican and Democratic parties have set up a Gubernatorial race that provides a stark choice on the table for Sunshine State voters in a race that will likely have national implications moving forward.
A Special Election tomorrow in suburban Columbus, Ohio could tell us a lot about where the midterm elections might be headed.
Jim Jordan, who heads the powerful House Freedom Caucus, is being accused of ignoring reports of sexual abuse by a team doctor while he was a coach at The Ohio State University.
Some Republicans are suggesting that Paul Ryan should be pushed out as Speaker before the November elections.
Congress seems likely to pass a budget deal today that will massively increase spending, putting to rest once and for all the rank hypocrisy of Republicans when it comes to claims that they are “fiscally conservative.”
Congress appears to be moving closer to a budget deal even as the President tries to throw a monkey wrench into the whole thing.
Congress seems no closer to a DACA deal than they were in January.
After an extended break for the Republican retreat, Congress heads back to work today with just three days before a possible government shutdown.
After spending much of 2017 trying to do it, Republicans are giving up on any effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act before the midterms.
The current budget deal expires in six days and Congress doesn’t seem to know what it’s going to do about it.
It’s been two years since John Boehner stepped down as Speaker, and he’s got a few things to say about his former colleagues and the state of American politics.
Republican Lamar Alexander and Democratic Senator Patty Murray say they’ve reached a bipartisan deal to fix an important part of the Affordable Care Act.
At least for now, Republicans seem to be giving up on repealing and replacing the PPACA. That’s not going to make the base happy.
Donald Trump made a deal with Democrats on spending and the debt ceiling, but it was an exceedingly bad one.
The twice-removed Chief Justice is likely getting a promotion.