President Donald Trump is out of Washington for the weekend. His latest outburst came a day after he forcefully defended his administration in a marathon White House news conference, brushing aside the tumult, infighting among senior staff and setbacks in courts and Congress.
House Republicans on Thursday revealed a plan to replace Obamacare that gives more power to the states for what the GOP calls innovative programs, such as funding high-risk pools or an expansion of Medicaid. That would help prove that there really is a Republican Party and not...
During the press conference, CNN’s Jim Acosta asked, “Aren’t you concerned, sir, that you are undermining the people’s faith in the First Amendment, freedom of the press, the press in this country, when you call stories you don’t like ‘fake...
President Donald Trump’s pick for EPA administrator was among the most contentious of his cabinet nominees, and Democrats held an all-night session on the Senate floor in a failed bid to block his confirmation.
The campaign is taking place February 17-24 and asks those wishing to support immigrants and refugees to organize prayer events, call their local politicians, attend town halls and educate others about the plight of migrants during the campaign.
Before the situation was resolved Monday night, a source familiar with the situation said that former acting Attorney General Sally Yates had briefed Donald McGahn, chief White House counsel, on Flynn’s apparent misstatements about his discussions with the Russians.
Aetna Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Bertolini escalated his criticism of the Affordable Care Act, saying Obamacare’s markets are nearing failure as premiums climb and healthier individuals drop out.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer was asked by ABC News’ Jonathan Karl during Tuesday’s press briefing if Trump’s campaign, including former national security adviser Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn, had any contact with Russian Federation.