It was the 37th time since taking control in 2011 that House Republicans have voted to repeal or defund all or parts of the President’s signature legislative achievement.
Auditing so-called social-welfare groups isn’t a mistake. The problem was the IRS chose its targets poorly
As they try to sell the bill to skeptics, the Senate’s immigration supporters are pitching it as a return to bipartisanship and regular order.
Republicans will try to kill momentum for an immigration overhaul by drowning it in a flood of amendments
As the Senate bill heads to the Judiciary Committee next week, there is plenty of cause for optimism, but also much still standing in the way.
Stumping for Hurricane Sandy relief, the New York Senator shows why he’s become a force in Washington
In the wake of the attacks, Congress is grappling with why the plot went undetected and who shoulders the blame
The federal ricin investigation stumbles, and a false alarm spooks Capitol Hill.
Paul’s statement is a sign of how the Boston bombings may scramble the Senate’s immigration bill
As jittery Boston-area residents remain locked in their homes, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick has stepped into the national spotlight
Federal investigators have zeroed in on two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing that killed three and injured 175 more on April 15, releasing photos and video of the two men in an appeal for the public to help locate and identify them
The NRA prevails in its fight with Obama
A bipartisan deal to expand background checks is struggling to muster the 60 votes required to clear the Senate.