The Trump administration said Tuesday it will allow consumers to hold onto “short-term” insurance policies for a full year, expanding the range of cheaper options for people left behind by Obamacare while dealing a potential blow to the 2010 law’s markets.
House Republicans head into the 2018 midterms with a record-breaking fundraising total, topping their previous best from the 2016 cycle.
President Trump slammed the Obama administration’s foreign policy failures in a tweet on Tuesday.
The White House offered support Monday for a bill that would bolster the federal system of background checks on gun owners, while the Florida couple who took in Nikolas Cruz, who is accused of killing 17 people at a high school last week, said he texted their son that he had a secret to share just three minutes before the gunfire started.
Special counsel Robert Mueller is threatening to file more criminal charges in new jurisdictions against Paul Manafort, his attorney said in a court filing that suggests prosecutors are deliberately trying to deplete his client’s “resources.”
The feud over whether Jill Stein and Bernie Sanders helped sink Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid re-erupted after the Russian indictment found that the trolling operation tried to boost their 2016 election prospects along with those of Donald Trump.
President Trump said Tuesday that the Republican tax plan and push to fix DACA are giving them the edge in the latest polling.
Marion Marechal-Le Pen’s invitation to speak at this week’s Conservative Political Action Conference has yet again exposed fault lines on the right — the latest skirmish in the battle for conservatism’s soul in the age of Trump.
Special counsel Robert Mueller is reportedly expanding his probe to the business dealings of a key Trump family member unrelated to Russia, a move that President Trump has said would cross a “red line.”
The Conservative Political Action Conference - CPAC - rumbles to life in 24 hours. Doors open Wednesday for activism training and assorted receptions that herald a mammoth event which cheers up conservatives, whether they attend or not.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued a new map for the state’s congressional districts Monday and analysts said it’s a “dream come true” for Democrats.
Several of the nation’s largest veterans groups voiced support for embattled Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin on Monday amid rumblings that some in the administration are trying to force him out.
To mark Presidents’ Day, the American Political Science Association released Monday its quadrennial assessment of the “greatness” of America’s 44 presidents. President Trump finished dead last.
Interpol is supposed to help the world’s police agencies communicate with each other, not to play politics. But when Interpol’s member nations voted to admit the Palestinian Authority, they brought a supporter of terrorism into the organization, and Interpol itself into new disrepute.
The Kremlin officially denied Monday that it meddled in the 2016 U.S. presidential election — the latest example of what Russian analysts say is a clear demonstration of Moscow’s military doctrine of deception known as “maskirovka,” or masking.