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Trump gave an endorsement in a hotly contested Nevada primary, marking the third time he's waded into a contentious Republican primary since late last year.
Ethics experts say Kellyanne Conway's recent violations of a federal ethics law should get her fired by the president.
A small contingent of senators are still refusing to participate in a time-honored Capitol Hill tradition
A small but stubborn group of senators refuse to take questions from reporters in the hallways of the US Capitol, raising the question as to why.
A Democrat no one’s heard of just raised triple the amount Ted Cruz did, despite rejecting special interest money
Texas Rep. Beto O'Rourke, who's hoping to unseat Sen. Ted Cruz, has raised triple the amount that Cruz has this year, despite banning corporate PAC money.
It looks as if Melania Trump’s parents relied on the same immigration process that Donald Trump desperately wants to end
The Trump administration has been pushing Congress to enact cuts to an immigration program that the first lady's parents most likely benefit from.
Utah Senate candidate Mitt Romney was roasted on Tuesday by his Democratic opponent after he thanked President Donald Trump for his endorsement.
Kirsten Gillibrand seems to be using Hillary Clinton’s failings as a ‘cautionary tale’ in her latest move to position herself for 20...
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, a New York Democrat, announced on Tuesday that she will no longer accept campaign donations from corporate political action committees.
Senators negotiating an immigration deal are more divided than ever on a deal protecting young unauthorized immigrants known as "Dreamers" from deportation.
The Senate launched into a wild week of immigration debate on Monday evening. Lawmakers will compete to see which proposal can get to 60 votes first.
Congress just passed a massive budget deal — and it includes some huge changes for Americans’ healthcare
The bill includes funding for the National Institutes of Health, the opioid crisis, among other health initiatives, adding up to almost $20 billion.