Bannon on GOP insurgency: 'Nobody can run and hide'
Bannon says of his Republican insurgency: 'Nobody can run and hide' but some senators can escape challenges by meeting his conditions
The Latest: Bannon lays down markers for GOP incumbents
Bannon lays down markers for incumbents to escape primary challengers, and it starts with disavowing McConnell
Anti-abortion protester shouts as Senate session wraps up
An anti-abortion protester was dragged from the Senate visitors' gallery after he shouted at the GOP leader as Thursday's session wrapped up
The Latest: House passes bill against late-term abortions
Republicans have pushed a bill through the House outlawing most late-term abortions
2 Ugandan opposition lawmakers' homes hit by grenade attacks
2 Ugandan opposition legislators say their residences have been attacked by people who lobbed explosive devices
Trump: NFL owners are 'afraid of their players'
President Donald Trump suggested this morning that National Football League team owners are "afraid of their players" when it comes to players protesting by kneeling during the national anthem, sparking criticism that the comments amounted to a racial dog whistle. "I have so many friends that are
The Note: Why is Trump eating his own in the Republican Party?
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY President Trump meets with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson this morning before heading to Camp David with first lady Melania Trump . DACA in danger? The Obama-era immigration policy, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, might be on the chopping block. Sources tell
What you need to know about the government shutdown showdown
President Donald Trump 's threat Tuesday to force a government shutdown over the battle to pay for his promised southern border wall raised concerns on Capitol Hill among legislators who fear that the fight for funds could turn into a hostage situation. It's been four years since the last federal
Debt limit may be biggest test for House Speaker Paul Ryan's leadership
While lawmakers enjoy a five-week summer recess, House Speaker Paul Ryan is preparing to face perhaps his speakership’s toughest challenge to date: increasing the country’s debt limit. Once members return to the Capitol after Labor Day , there are just 12 working days for Congress to raise the debt
Senate GOP hears, but doesn't plan to take, Trump's advice on health care
Senate Republicans responded to the legislative advice given by the White House over the weekend with the particular brand of disdain reserved for people who try to tell senators what to do. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, made it clear that his colleagues would not be heeding the words of Office of