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ANALYSIS: Latest Trump revelation might be Republicans' breaking point
In just a few words to reporters last night, Sen. Susan Collins , R-Me., noted what many people inside and outside Washington are thinking daily: "Can we have a crisis-free day? That's all I'm asking." The Trump era has been a torrent of revelations -- bombshell after bombshell, day after day. Even
Senate moderates hold bipartisan health care talks
Moderate senators from both parties have met to explore whether they can combine on bipartisan legislation overhauling the nation's health care system
GOP lawmakers mark success by flipping rules from Obama era
GOP lawmakers point to reversal of Obama-era rules as sign of change and achievement
GOP lawmaker cautions health care bill is Obamacare 'tweak'
House Republican lawmaker who has called for repeal of health care law cautions that GOP bill is 'a tweak of Obamacare'
The Latest: Trump denies collusion between campaign, Russia
President Donald Trump says there was "no collusion between me and my campaign and the Russians."
Senate blocks move to overturn Obama-era rule on drilling
Environmentalists notched a rare win in the Republican-led Senate Wednesday as a GOP effort to reverse an Obama-era rule restricting harmful methane emissions unexpectedly failed
Half-billion Windows 10 devices, but PC slump stunts growth SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Microsoft's latest version of Windows is faring better than its maligned predecessor, but the software's growth is still being stunted a shift away personal computers. Windows 10 is now running on a half a billion
Many Republicans shy away from independent commission on Trump-Russia ties after Comey's firing
Reactions from Republicans in Congress to President Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey are falling into three major groups, with many criticizing the move but stopping short of calling for an independent commission, according to dozens of statements and interviews collected by ABC
Reactions to FBI Director James Comey's firing are mixed
Following President Donald Trump 's firing Tuesday of FBI Director James Comey, a number of political figures spoke out, with reactions spanning the spectrum, from approval to suspicion. Here are the major reactions and questions raised by figures from both sides of the aisle. Democrats ask: Is
Senate Republicans defend absence of women in health care working group
Members of the main Senate Republican group on health care legislation responded Tuesday to criticism that they are insufficiently including Republican women, but some of the least concerned members were Senate Republican women themselves. While the group’s 13 senators have only met a handful of