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Analysis: Health bill test of McConnell's leadership skills
Analysis: Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has taken it upon himself to get health care legislation through the Senate almost single-handedly
US Rep. Jacky Rosen to run for Senate in key Nevada race
Nevada Rep. Jacky Rosen said she will seek the Democratic nomination to take on incumbent Republican Sen. Dean Heller in the 2018 election
INSIDE WASHINGTON: Writing a bill in private not unusual
While it's extraordinary for legislation as sweeping as the Senate health care bill to be written privately and swiftly approved, it does happen
INSIDE WASHINGTON: Secrecy in lawmaking hardly new
The Republican effort to secretly weave together a health care bill and whisk it through the Senate isn't an uncommon way of drafting bills or resolving stubborn hurdles
Former FBI Director James Comey testifies
ABC News' Josh Haskell and Ben Siegel report from outside the Senate hearing on Capitol Hill as Comey begins his testimony.
Reactions swift after Trump's withdrawal from Paris Climate Accord
The reaction to President Donald Trump 's decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris Climate Agreement was swift Thursday evening. In a press conference at the White House today, President Donald Trump announced that, although the U.S. will no longer participate in the accord, it will begin
Sarah Huckabee Sanders reads list of Democrats calling for Comey to resign
Democrats are crying foul over the FBI director's firing after previously calling for him to step down.
How President Trump decided to fire FBI Director Comey
ABC News' Jon Karl asks deputy White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders how Trump came to the decision to fire Comey.
Democrats cry foul over Comey firing after previously calling for him to resign
Democrats in Congress are questioning the timing of Donald Trump ’s Tuesday night firing of FBI Director James Comey and many say they suspect the president may be trying to obstruct the bureau’s investigation into possible collusion between Trump campaign associates and the Russian government. But
Sanders defends White House account of Trump's firing of FBI director
Deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told ABC News' Jonathan Karl, "I went off of the information I had when I answered your question."