Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday said he expects to move forward on tax reform without any involvement from Democrats.
House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer on Tuesday pilloried Mr. Trump’s first 100 days in office on Tuesday, saying his health care bill and budget didn’t match his campaign promises and that he undermined foreign confidence in America though his contested travel ban.
The White House on Tuesday attempted to put distance between President Trump and former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, who congressional investigators said has not shown that he followed the law in disclosing financial ties to Russia.
President Trump named a retired Marine, Randolph “Tex” Alles, as director of the Secret Service on Tuesday.
The progressive activists pushing Sen. Bernard Sanders to leave the Democratic Party have invited the Vermont independent to a town hall event to discuss the possibility of creating a new third party.
The Trump administration said Tuesday that recent trade disputes with Canada over lumber and milk bolstered President Trump’s argument that it is time to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement.
President Trump tapped former Bush administration official Noel J. Francisco Tuesday to serve as solicitor general, the government’s top lawyer in cases before the Supreme Court.
Payments for a trip to Russia that included dining with President Vladimir Putin were not fully disclosed when Michael Flynn applied for a security clearance earlier this year, the heads of a bipartisan congressional investigation said Tuesday after reviewing classified documents related to the Trump administration’s former national security adviser.
President Trump on Tuesday denounced those who deny the Holocaust and practice anti-Semitism as he marked Holocaust Remembrance Day, calling the Nazi genocide of European Jews “history’s darkest hour.”
President Trump said Tuesday on Twitter that he hadn’t changed his stance on building a border wall, defending his apparent decision to remove funding for the project from budget negotiations to avoid a possible government shutdown this week.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Tuesday that House Speaker Paul Ryan has no reason to fear losing his job.
Rep. Leonard Lance said Tuesday there’s “nothing” new that will make him support the new GOP health care bill.
Sen. Lindsey Graham said Tuesday he’s “impressed” with President Trump’s handling of North Korea.
Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates is set to testify on May 8 on Russian efforts to influence the U.S. presidential election.
Top congressional Democrats on Tuesday introduced a bill that would set up a government fund to pay for global warming adaptation projects and also would authorize up to $200 million annually in “climate change bonds” to be sold to the public.