Congressional Republicans News
Paul Ryan, Republicans, and the Art of the Non-Endorsement Endorsement
House Speaker Paul Ryan today addressed rumors that he would soon be endorsing presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump during. “I haven't made a decision,” Ryan said during a meeting with reporters on Capitol Hill, referring to the much-speculated-about endorsement. And as for when a possible
Ginsburg: Having Only 8 Justices Hamstrings Supreme Court
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says having only eight high court judges isn't good, resulting in some 4-4 splits this year that denied litigants an opinion
Chief Justice John Roberts Speaks on Diversity, Consensus
U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts says building a consensus among the justices is important, although he admits he can't do it on his own
Most House GOP Women in Tough Races Biding Time on Trump
Before deciding if she'll vote for Donald Trump, Martha McSally says she'll spend the next six months "determining what kind of man he is."
GOP Lawmakers Call for Top White House Adviser Ben Rhodes to Be Fired in Wake of New York Times Profile
The fallout over the New York Times profile on of one of President Obama’s top foreign policy advisers is showing no signs of abating, with some Republicans on Capitol Hill calling for the adviser to be fired for “tarnishing the Office of the President” and holding a hearing on whether the
TSA Officials Grilled by Congress Over Security Delays
TSA administrator Peter Neffenger told House members his agency is understaffed.
Donald Trump Declares Capitol Hill Meetings a Success
Trump met with House Speaker Paul Ryan but has not yet won Ryan's endorsement for president.
Obama Addresses Corporate Inversions, Calls for Tax Reform
President Obama praises the Treasury Department's steps to deter "tax inversions."
Hillary Clinton's Email Investigation Distraction
Democratic presidential candidate welcomes GOP meltdown as it draws attention away from her private email investigation.