The Congressional Budget Office said the updated American Health Care Act is a step back from the first.
The Trump administration is set to impose tougher visa vetting policies, including scanning social media for people who've been to ISIS territory.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Thursday he wanted to block Neil Gorsuch's confirmation to the Supreme Court.
Rep. Duncan Hunter paid back nearly $60,000 and said any misuse was accidental.
If more than 21 Republicans vote against the bill, its passage is in jeopardy.
The head of the agency made the announcement on none other than National Puppy Day.
The Senate voted against an Obama-era FCC privacy regulation that gave consumers more power over who can access their information.
The events that led to Judge Robert Bork's rejection changed the SCOTUS nomination process forever. Now, the strategy even carries his name.
But it's not clear how the budget compares to previous presidents' needs.
It stems from the chairman's comments that U.S. intelligence "incidentally collected" information about Trump transition members.
The Supreme Court ruled against the long-standing precedent of bare-minimum educational advancements for students with disabilities.
Rex Tillerson gave one reporter from the Independent Journal Review a rare interview about his role as secretary of state.