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Trump likely to OK release of controversial memo Friday: White House
House Speaker Paul Ryan said making the document public was about transparency.
Trump reviewed classified memo, is expected to authorize its release
Trump touted party unity at a GOP conference, but the controversial House Intel memo dominated the conversation.
SPECIAL REPORT: Republicans celebrate tax plan at the White House
President Trump called the bill "an incredible Christmas gift for hard-working Americans."
Net neutrality repeal sparks praise and disappointment: 'We cannot let this happen'
After the Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday along party lines to repeal net neutrality regulations imposed in 2015, the reaction was swift from technology companies, internet service providers, lawmakers and other stakeholders in both support and opposition to the move. Critics of
Senate Republicans are racing to approve tax bill but unclear if they have the votes
Senate Republicans are racing to approve their tax overhaul, with a possible floor vote as early as Thursday. But it's unclear if they have enough support. Several pockets of Senate Republicans continue to raise different sets of objections to key aspects of the bill, setting up a potential seesaw
What all 52 Republican senators say about embattled Alabama candidate Roy Moore
A small but growing number of Republican senators are calling for Roy Moore to drop out of the Alabama Senate race, but so far Moore is defiant, insisting he will continue to run. ABC News has reached out to all 52 Republican senators for reaction. Nineteen of them are calling for Moore to withdraw
Senate Republican leaders scramble to get Trump on board with health care compromise
President Donald Trump says he does not support a bipartisan agreement to stabilize insurance markets in its current form, leaving members of Congress questioning how exactly he wants to change the bill before he endorses it. On Wednesday afternoon, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said
Top House Republican wants to review 'bump stocks' after Las Vegas
As new details of the deadly Las Vegas shooting become known, one top member of the House Republican leadership said she is willing to consider gun reform legislation. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, R-Wash., aired concerns about so-called bump stock modifications that allow semi-automatic rifles to
Texas Republican sees 'no reason' for bump stocks, open to ban
Rep. Bill Flores, a popular Texas conservative serving in his fourth term in the House, is the first congressional Republican to endorse the idea of a ban on bump stocks. Bump stocks, which are capable of converting semiautomatic firearms into fully automatic weapons, have become a topic of hot
What we know about the Trump tax plan
The White House is signaling that one of the next big items on its agenda is to rework the U.S. tax code, though it’s unclear whether the specifics have been worked out. President Donald Trump hosted a bipartisan group of senators at the White House for dinner Tuesday and has held additional events