A pair of GOP senators are balking, because the bill only hikes the child tax credit by $100 -- a big backtrack from the Senate's previous bill
Views on the Republican tax plan: Is it fair? Who does it benefit? Corporations or the middle class? And will it help the economy?
GOP lawmakers used to want to scale back a Washington that they felt was spending out of control. Now, the tax plan they want would add $1.5 trillion to the national debt
In its 41 years, the Office of Science and Technology Policy has never gone this long without a leader or official mandate
Lawmakers have to reauthorize FISA by the end of the year, which includes a key authority that has helped the government unravel terrorist plots
The White House considers anxiety about the president's temperament and nuclear weapons misplaced – but what is legal is a very real topic
North Korea has been testing missiles since at least 1984 -- here's a timeline, according to the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI)
The FBI prepared a secret 20-page analysis of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. a month before he was assassinated
He said in a video statement that he'll "remove 400 more, if necessary"
Mr. Trump's speech is to graduates of a course for law enforcement managers, not to graduates of the FBI Academy for new agents, according to the bureau's website
Mr. Trump will participate Friday morning for the FBI National Academy graduation at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia
Sen. John McCain is being treated at Walter Reed for the side effects of his brain cancer treatment and Sen. Thad Cochran had a procedure to remove a non-melanoma lesion from his nose
The White house is seeking to turn public opinion against the nation's largely family-based immigration system
Manigault Newman was one of just a handful of African-Americans to hold a senior position under Trump
Forty percent of Americans think the president has done something illegal when it comes to Russia, the poll found
Rebecca Johnson, wife of a Republican lawmaker in Kentucky who killed himself, says she will seek to replace him in the state legislature
Most Americans think he did something illegal or unethical with Moscow during campaign and he's trying to block investigations, AP-NORC Center survey shows
On "The Takeout" this week, the Washington congresswoman says elections shouldn't absolve Trump of sexual misconduct charges
Rhode Island Democrat Sheldon Whitehouse posts video of Matthew Spencer Petersens's answers during confirmation hearing
He announced he would vote against it unless negotiators expand the tax credit that low-income Americans can claim for their children
"In terms of a specific policy we're moving forward with that would have prevented that, I'm not aware of what that would be yet," she said.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders proved her culinary skills to reporter April Ryan
Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisconsin, says the statement appeared to water down the significance of the bureau's findings
Ryan denied reports of his leaving Congress on Thursday as Republicans forge ahead on their tax bill
Arpaio has been unable to cite any evidence to back up the charges
The president said his administration has exceeded goal to eliminate two regulations for every new regulation introduced
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders addresses members of the media Thursday at 1:45 p.m. ET
Haley said actions such as Iran's will lead the world to "the next North Korea"
A former communications director to Farenthold has come forward saying that his former boss made sexually demeaning and abusive comments to him and other staff members
Biden chaired the Senate Judiciary Committee when Anita Hill testified in 1991 about sexual harassment from Clarence Thomas
Pence will be in Washington for a few more days to work on the Republican tax overhaul plan before he leaves
The GOP Texas representative Blake Farenthold will not seek reelection in light of sexual misconduct claims