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Dem divisions in California complicate party hopes for gains
Democratic divisions in California complicate the party's hope for gains in next year's midterm elections
California declares emergency to fight hepatitis A outbreak
California Gov. Jerry Brown declares state of emergency to combat hepatitis A outbreak that has claimed 18 lives in San Diego
Pence tours California, raises funds for House Republicans
Vice President Mike Pence traveled up California on Monday to raise money for endangered Republican congressional candidates and tout the Trump administration's proposal for cutting taxes
Mike Pence, other lawmakers donate to Capitol Hill blood bank in honor of Scalise
Vice President Mike Pence was among those on Capitol Hill Tuesday who rolled up their sleeves and donated blood in honor of the victims of last week's shooting at congressional baseball practice at an Alexandria, Virginia, park. The blood drive -- which will also take place on Thursday -- is
House Speaker Paul Ryan declares 'An attack on one of us is an attack on all of us'
Members of the House of Representatives gathered at the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., today after the shooting at a Virginia park that injured five people, including U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise. Democrats and Republicans held hands and prayed together at the start of the briefing, and
Looming showdown in Washington over Russia investigation
Ex-FBI Director James Comey prepares to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee this coming week.
Lawmakers praise special counsel appointed to oversee Russia investigation
The news that the Department of Justice has appointed a special counsel to investigate Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election came as a bombshell in Washington. The White House was informed of the decision less than an hour before the news was publicly announced, and many in the
Rep. Issa calls appointment of Robert Mueller as special counsel for Russia investigation a 'good choice'
"You want somebody who can hit the ground running," said Rep. Darrell Issa.
Many Republicans shy away from independent commission on Trump-Russia ties after Comey's firing
Reactions from Republicans in Congress to President Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey are falling into three major groups, with many criticizing the move but stopping short of calling for an independent commission, according to dozens of statements and interviews collected by ABC
Democrats chant 'hey hey hey, goodbye' at GOP after health care bill passes
As it became clear that the American Health Care Act would pass the House of Representatives on Thursday, many Congressional Democrats started chanting the well-known song, "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye." After the Republicans secured the 216th vote, enough to secure the passage of the