GOP health bill that passed House leaves 23 million more uninsured in 10 years
The Republican health care plan will reduce the federal deficit by $119 billion oven ten years and leave 23 more Americans without health insurance compared to current law, according to a new report from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. The bill, known as the American Health Care Act,
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.
Senate Republicans quietly working on health overhaul bill
In closed-door meetings, Senate Republicans are trying to write legislation dismantling President Barack Obama's health care law.
Senators run into obstacles, consider options on health bill
Senate Republicans are using closed-door meetings to try to write legislation that would dismantle the Obama-era health care law
Cokie Roberts on latest developments in Comey firing
ABC News political contributor Cokie Roberts provides context for FBI Director James Comey's firing.
Comparing Trump's health care push to Obamacare's timeline
The latest push to overhaul the U.S. health care system cleared a significant hurdle last week when the Republican-controlled House approved the American Health Care Act , but there are many more to come. Here is a look at its rollout, compared to the various steps that the Obama administration
Sen. Lankford comments on Trump's shutdown threat
ABC News' Ali Rogin interviews Sen. Lankford on President Trump's shutdown threat.
House Speaker Ryan defends spending deal
"We have a long ways to go between now and September, but I share the president's frustration," Ryan said today in a press conference on Capitol Hill with other House GOP leaders.
Judge Neil Gorsuch confirmed as Supreme Court justice
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and MaryAlice Parks give us a look at the Senate confirmation of Neil Gorsuch.
After historic rule change, Senate confirms Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court
After a historic rule change, the Senate voted mostly along party lines, 54-45, to confirm Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court as its 113th justice. Gorsuch, 49, who served as a federal judge on the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver, was nominated to the bench by President Trump in January. The