The Senate passed a sweeping tax overhaul package early Wednesday with a vote of 51-48.
FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe testified behind closed doors for nearly eight hours Tuesday on Capitol Hill, amid calls for his firing over allegations of conflicts of interest and anti-Trump political prejudice at the law enforcement bureau.
Here’s an explanation as to why the tax bill must return to the House after the Senate vote.
President Donald Trump’s initial request for a $44 billion disaster relief package for states affected by the likes of hurricanes and wildfires has ballooned into an $81 billion package introduced this week by House Republicans.
The recount was one of four scheduled for House races that ended with extremely tight margins. The 94th District had by far the slimmest vote difference and the biggest chance of flipping.
Twelve Republicans on Tuesday broke with the party and voted against the $1.5 trillion tax reform bill.
The chairman of the Senate homeland security committee is demanding information from the General Services Administration about why it turned over Trump transition documents to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team for its Russia investigation
Newly-released statistics show taxpayers paid more than $342,000 to settle workplace discrimination disputes at House lawmakers’ offices between 2008 and 2012, including nearly $175,000 for eight settlements related to sexual harassment and sex discrimination accusations.
President Trump on Tuesday slammed a Washington Post report that said he came close to “rescinding” the nomination for Supreme Court pick Neil Gorsuch prior to his confirmation hearing.
WASHINGTON– Former presidential candidate Jill Stein says she’s cooperating with a Senate intelligence committee probe into Russian interference in the election.
President Trump on Tuesday predicted the already-humming U.S. economy is about to get a big boost, as the final version of the $1.5 trillion Republican tax bill heads to the floors of the House and the Senate.
A nearly $2 billion high-speed Amtrak rail project in Illinois is in its final phase of construction — news coming on the heels of Monday’s deadly Amtrak derailment in Washington state.
If and when President Trump signs the GOP tax bill, he will also be setting up the IRS for a major test.
President Donald Trump’s “America First” strategy, detailed in a speech Monday, featured strong words about China and Russia, countries that the president described as “rival powers” to the U.S.
Two decades ago, Bill Clinton and his allies launched a fierce attack on Ken Starr, trying to discredit the special prosecutor as he gathered evidence and ultimately got the president to admit to a grand jury that he’d had a sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky.
New Jersey Transit, the agency that operates state-run bus and rail lines, reportedly promoted 10 employees connected to Gov. Chris Christie‘s administration — and even gave raises to some as the agency struggled to fund its operations.
A pregnant immigrant teenager detained by the federal government should be blocked from having an abortion, the Trump administration said Monday in a request to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Pennsylvania State Sen. Daylin Leach is facing accusations from ex-staffers, which he says is prompting him to take “a step back” from his campaign for Congress.
A Republican congressman urged the House to look into a report the Obama administration held up a Drug Enforcement Administration task force’s investigation into Hezbollah’s drug-trafficking and money-laundering operations, all to ensure the Iran nuclear deal remained on track.
The testimony of Bruce Ohr, the former associate deputy attorney general who was demoted at the Justice Department in the wake of revelations about undisclosed meetings he had with officials from Fusion GPS, before the Senate Intelligence Committee will be postponed until later this week, sources told Fox News.
North Korea was behind the massive “WannaCry” cyberattack in May that spread around the world costing billions of dollars, White House Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert announced in a Wall Street Journal op-ed Monday.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, vetoed a bill on Monday that would have added more restrictions to abortions in the state.