House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady said Monday that while a general framework for the GOP’s tax reform plans is coming this week, his committee won’t be filling in the details of the plan until Congress finishes its work on the 2018 budget blueprint.
A top House Democrat started an investigation Monday into White House senior adviser Jared Kushner’s use of a private email account for official business, asking the president’s son-in-law to preserve all his communications and turn over his list of contacts and other records.
The House Intelligence Committee has set a Thursday hearing on “document production” following the chairman’s threat to drag the attorney general and FBI director before the committee if they failed to turn over subpoenaed documents related to the Russia investigation.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey called on Sen. Joe Manchin to take a stand on the NFL players kneeling during the national anthem.
The White House called “absurd” North Korea’s claim Monday that President Trump has declared war on Pyongyang.
Rep. Brian Mast, a veteran, says NFL players kneeling during the national anthem should be penalized
Rep. Brian Mast, a veteran who lost both legs in Afghanistan, said Monday that the National Football League should penalize players protesting the national anthem.
Protesters upended the GOP’s sole hearing on a last-gasp Obamacare repeal right as the gavel fell Monday, forcing its Republican chairman to recess the session until he could get order.
The Supreme Court has canceled Oct. 10 arguments in two cases challenging the legality of President Trump’s travel ban after the administration issued a new “extreme vetting” policy Sunday.
President Trump will announced Monday a $200 million federal grant program to expand computer science and technology education in schools, part of a focus on training Americans for jobs of the future that was spearheaded by daughter and adviser Ivanka Trump.
Two Republican senators are introducing a slimmed-down version of the Dream Act on Monday, hoping to offer a slightly more conservative option to grant a pathway to citizenship to hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants.
The Public Interest Legal Foundation is warning nearly 250 counties that they could face a lawsuit over bloated voter rolls, after their own analysis released Monday found they have more people registered to vote than could theoretically be eligible.
The Latino Victory Project announced Monday that they are seeing a wave of enthusiasm in the Hispanic community that could potentially give Democrats a chance at winning back the House.
Rep. Jim Renacci said Monday that he wishes there was more bipartisanship in the Republicans’ tax reform plan.
Senate Republicans revised their last-ditch Obamacare Monday in an 11-hour bid to win over key holdouts, after prospects of passing a repeal bill dimmed significantly over the weekend.
President Trump praised NASCAR Monday for standing up and defending the national anthem, as he publicly spars with the NFL.