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Republicans delay decision on Obamacare payments
House Republicans and the Trump administration, seeking to end payments on Obamacare subsidies, have requested a 90-day extension on the cost-sharing reductions, a move decried by some Democrats. In the lawsuit House v. Price (previously known as House v. Burwell), Republicans argue that the Obama
Report: Trump says firing 'nut job' Comey took off pressure
Report: Trump tells Russian visitors his firing of 'nut job' Comey as FBI director took off the pressure he was feeling from investigation
Report: FBI probe moves into White House
Revelations that the FBI's investigation into Russian meddling in the U.S. election has moved into the White House intensified the focus Friday on the probe, despite administration efforts to change the subject with an ambitious international tour.
Speaker Ryan: President Trump 'obviously' had a 'bad 2 weeks'
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan offered a blunt assessment of President Donald Trump 's recent setbacks, saying in a radio interview Friday that he's had "a bad two weeks." Appearing on Hugh Hewitt's show, Ryan brushed off the "white noise" of the controversies engulfing the administration, saying
Breaking down the tumultuous last 2 weeks in Washington
The departure of President Donald Trump on the first foreign trip of his term caps off arguably the most chaotic two-week period of his presidency. From a big victory on Capitol Hill to controversial Senate testimony, unplanned disclosures and special counsel appointments, the period from May 4
Latest CBO health care analysis to be released next week
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office will release its analysis of the House-passed GOP health care bill next Wednesday afternoon, the agency announced on Twitter Friday. The CBO's estimate will analyze the proposed impact of the legislation on the federal deficit and the number of people
Trump claims witch hunt, says he's most hounded leader ever
President Donald Trump claims that the appointment of a special counsel to investigate Russian election meddling and his own campaign's ties amounts to the 'greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history'
Timeline: How we got from Flynn's firing to a special prosecutor
The seismic firing of FBI Director James Comey and the revelations that followed show that his interactions – and ultimately, his firing – appear to be tied to the investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. The retired lieutenant general, who resigned in January, is believed
House speaker promises tax overhaul this year despite chaos
House Speaker Paul Ryan insists that Congress will overhaul the U.S. tax system this year _ despite the chaos consuming Washington and the political divisions in Congress
Trump intends to renegotiate NAFTA as early as August, letter to Congress says
The White House has formally told Congress that the Trump administration plans to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, starting a countdown clock until talks between the United States, Canada and Mexico can begin in August. "NAFTA was negotiated 25 years ago, and while our economy