Virginia GOP Senate candidate Corey Stewart says Sen. Al Franken’s fellow lawmakers should toss him from the Senate after a woman came forward to accuse him of forcibly kissing her without her consent a decade ago.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said Friday that some wealthier Americans will pay more under the new tax plan.
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on Friday denied claims that President Trump is playing politics with the issue of sexual harassment.
President Trump on Thursday applauded the Senate Finance Committee for approving a tax reform bill and sending it to the full chamber for consideration, the White House said.
Rep. Charlie Dent said Friday that when a congressman is accused of inappropriate behavior the easiest way to move forward is to resign.
The Senate Finance Committee on Thursday approved the GOP’s nearly $1.5 trillion tax-cut plan, as Republicans cleared another major hurdle on their next big-ticket agenda item after the full House passed its own plan earlier in day.
A former adviser to Hillary Clinton blasted Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand for saying on Thursday that Bill Clinton should’ve resigned after his relationship with an intern was revealed during his presidency.
The renewed national debate on sexual assault and harassment reached Capitol Hill on Thursday after a television and radio show host accused Sen. Al Franken of unwanted kissing and groping more than a decade ago, drawing universal condemnation from both Democrats and Republicans.
Half the public will blame President Trump and Republicans if Obamacare enrollment dips this year, according to a nonpartisan poll that says more Americans are holding the GOP responsible for the law’s fate than Democrats who crafted and passed the stumbling program.
Ever defiant, Republican Roy Moore’s campaign lashed out at the women accusing him of sexual misconduct, declaring “let the battle begin.” Women’s advocates decried the talk as worn intimidation tactics in a desperate attempt to keep his imperiled Senate bid alive.
The top Republican and Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee are saying President Donald Trump’s son-in-law hasn’t been fully forthcoming with the panel’s probe into Russian election interference, asking him to provide emails sent to him involving WikiLeaks and a “Russian backdoor overture and dinner invite.”
With spines stiffened by a presidential pep talk, House Republicans easily approved a $1.4 trillion tax cut Thursday, taking the first big step toward a decades-overdue overhaul that Republicans hope will send the economy soaring and win back wavering voters.
Key Republicans and Democrats announced a significant gun bill Thursday, striking a deal to push federal agencies to report more domestic violence records to the gun-buying background check system.
Here comes the cautionary tale. The Republican Party controls the House, the Senate and the White House — a promising phenomenon which would suggest the Grand Old Party is industrious, optimistic and united. Wrong. American voters are under the distinct impression that Republicans are losers despite their winning status.
President Trump believes the allegations against Roy More are “troubling,” the White House said Thursday, but stopped short of calling for him to get out of the U.S. Senate race in Alabama.