Congressional Budget Office Videos
Candidate for Congress allegedly body slams reporter
Republican Greg Gianforte allegedly body slammed Ben Jacobs, a reporter for The Guardian, after being asked about the GOP health care bill.
President Trump meets with EU leaders
ABC News' Jon Karl and Cecilia Vega break down the president's overseas trip and what to look for in his remaining days abroad.
White House reacts to CBO score of health care bill
ABC News' Jon Karl reports on the Trump administration's reply to the new report that says millions of Americans would lose health insurance under the GOP bill and what is ahead for Trump on his first foreign trip as president.
Report says 23 million Americans would lose health insurance
Millions of Americans would lose insurance over the next decade and premiums could skyrocket under the GOP health care bill, according to a new report by the Congressional Budget Office.
GOP candidate cited for assault after run-in with reporter
Greg Gianforte, a candidate in the Montana at-large U.S. House of Representatives special election, allegedly assaulted a Guardian reporter at a campaign event.
CBO releases report on the cost of health care reform
The GOP health care bill is estimated to leave 23 more million Americans uninsured and premiums are likely to skyrocket for those who are insured.
New CBO score released for GOP health care bill passed by House
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and Rick Klein discuss the CBO report, which estimates that 23 million people will lose coverage over the next 10 years with the AHCA.
Congressman Ruiz: Keep the good and get rid of the bad parts of Obamacare
ABC News' Mary Bruce interviews Rep. Raul Ruiz, D-Calif., as the GOP awaits the CBO report on the House-passed health care bill.
Constituent loses his temper at Rep. Tom MacArthur over health care
A town hall attendee called MacArthur "the single greatest threat" to his family.
Jimmy Kimmel defends his emotional call for children's health care coverage in return to TV
The late night host gave an update on his son Billy's health and took on critics of his call for health coverage for children.