(WASHINGTON) -- Members of the Congressional Black Caucus went to the White House on Wednesday for their first official meeting with President Donald Trump.
The meeting, which comes five weeks after Trump asked a reporter at a press confer... Read More
House intel chair says Trump transition team 'incidentally' surveilled, president feels 'somewhat' vindicated
(WASHINGTON) -- Donald Trump said he felt "somewhat" vindicated on Wednesday after being briefed by the chair of the House Intelligence Committee, Devin Nunes, R-Calif. -- who said he had been
given credible intelligence suggesting that t... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- President Trump has put it all on the line for Thursday’s health care vote.
His position has gone beyond offering support for legislation offered by GOP House leaders. The measure has his stamp of approval, and the fu... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- U.S. Century Bank chairman Alexander Acosta, President Trump's nominee for labor secretary, will face the Senate committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions for his
confirmation hearing today.
President Donald ... Read More
(WASHINGTON) — The right-to-die argument took center stage on the third day of Supreme Court confirmation hearings, prompting an emotional response from nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch.
In 2006, Gorsuch wrote a book titled The Fut... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- At least 22 Republicans in the U.S. House oppose or remain undecided on the American Health Care Act, enough to jeopardize the fate of the sweeping bill when it is slated to come for a vote on Thursday evening, according to an ABC New... Read More
Supreme Court nominee seeks distance from Trump administration, says attacks on federal judges 'disheartening'
(WASHINGTON) – Judge Neil Gorsuch sought to distance himself from the Trump administration and hit the president over comments made on the campaign trail during testimony before members of Congress on his second day of a Supreme Court confirmat... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- White House press secretary Sean Spicer warned Republicans who oppose the proposed health care bill to expect to “pay a price at home” in the event the bill fails.
"I think there's going to be a price to be paid... Read More
(WASHINGTON) — House Republicans introduced a number of changes to their controversial health care legislation — which has sparked criticism from both conservatives and liberals.
The American Health Care Act, designed to repeal... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Passengers flying to the United States from certain airports in the Middle East and Africa will soon be banned from carrying electronic devices on board, except cell phones and Read More