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Republicans are trying to fix a massive "grain glitch" that was created in the tax bill, but a deal with Democrats isn't as easy as it looks.
Conservative megadonors are pushing lawmakers to support DACA recipients and the border wall as part of the $1.3 trillion spending bill
Three groups backed by the Koch brothers pushed for funding for border security and protections for DACA recipients in the omnibus spending package.
HERE WE GO AGAIN: Congress is scrambling to get their act together, and another government shutdown is just days away
Congress is rushing to put the finishing touches on a $1.3 trillion spending bill before the government shutdown deadline at the end of the day Friday.
Paul Ryan jokes that Guinness beer tastes better in Ireland, but ‘this isn’t the year to bring up trade issues’
"The Guinness does taste better in Ireland, but I realize this isn't the year to bring up trade issues," Paul Ryan said, alluding to Donald Trump's tariffs.
The Pennsylvania special election shows that the GOP’s signature issue may not help Republicans in the midterms
Republicans eased up on touting the tax law in the Pennsylvania special election, and it could be a worrying sign for the 2018 midterms.
More than 100 House Republican sent a letter to President Donald Trump on Wednesday urging him to soften the blow of his recently announced tariffs.
Republicans and conservative groups are not happy with President Donald Trump's decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
Pollsters and political strategists in both parties are predicting that Republicans will lose their majority in the US House this fall.
Billy Graham will be the 4th private citizen to lie in honor in the US Capitol — here’s what that means
Billy Graham will become the fourth private citizen to lie in the US Capitol, following Rosa Parks and two Capitol Police officers killed in the line of duty.
Paul Ryan said that the decision on President Trump's idea to arm teachers should be left up to local governments rather than Congress.