Health care was the most important issue for voters in Virginia. That’s very bad news for the GOP.

The 2018 midterm elections could be all about health care. And that's really bad news for Republicans.

News

4 female lawmakers allege sexual harassment in Congress, highlighting ongoing problem in politics

Women in politics are often the victims of the same predatory behavior women in any other male-dominated field face.

What’s an arbitration clause? 3 ways consumer legal rights are under attack in America

Your right to sue a company or person that harms you is under attack. Find out about three proposed laws that could change your rights.

Paul Ryan seems to have had it with Trump — if this bizarre online quiz he created is any indication

Paul Ryan really wants you to know what he was doing while Donald Trump Jr. was meeting with the Russians.

GOP congressman blames “some female senators” for tanking the health care bill

Rep. Blake Farenthold says if the senators were men he would challenge them to a duel.

Rep. Mo Brooks uses audio from Congressional Baseball Game shooting in political ad

A spokesman for Rep. Steve Scalise — who was critically wounded in the shooting — said the ad is inappropriate.

News

Poll: Republican voters say repealing Obamacare shouldn’t be GOP’s first priority

"Other issues" could decide midterm elections, researcher says.

Senate Republicans exempt themselves from one of the most limiting parts of new health care bill

Republican's don't want to subject themselves to the bill they want to force on the rest of the country.
News

House Democrat introduces article of impeachment against Donald Trump

Brad Sherman has made the first formal move toward removing Trump from the White House.
News

Steve Scalise reportedly released from ICU

The House majority whip was severely wounded in a June shooting at a practice for the Congressional Baseball Game.

While America was watching the Trump-Russia drama, Democrats flipped two deep-red state districts

Democrats swept two Republican strongholds in a deeply conservative state.
News

Man arrested for allegedly threatening to kill Republican Sen. Joni Ernst

Robert William Simet, 64, is accused of saying he "could kill" Ernst at a speaking appearance.
News

Paul Ryan won’t hold public town halls because he doesn’t want to face protests

Ryan says he's trying to avoid a "screaming fest."
News

Health Secretary Tom Price sued over alleged misuse of campaign funds

The health secretary allegedly used campaign contributions to fund his confirmation to Trump's cabinet.

News

Man arrested outside Sen. Jeff Flake’s office for allegedly threatening to shoot staffer

"We will get better aim" to solve the "Republican problem," Mark Prichard allegedly told a staffer for Sen. Jeff Flake.

The left’s “Bernie wing” is ready to get arrested to save health care — and push for single-payer

The progressive left wants to save the Affordable Care Act and push for single-payer at the same time.
News

Rep. Steve Scalise readmitted to ICU over “new concerns for infection”

Scalise was rushed to MedStar Washington Hospital Center after the June 14 shooting at practice for the Congressional Baseball Game.

Senate Republicans avoid July 4 parades — and their constituents — amid health care debate

Many Senate Republicans avoided the tradition of marching in July 4 parades. Those who did got an earful on health care.
News

Here are the candidates squaring off to replace Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz in Congress

The field includes three Republicans and one Democrat.

While You Weren't Looking: A Russia probe bombshell and 6 more big stories not about Trump's tweets

The first real potential evidence of American collusion with Russia, a possible end to America's longest war and more.
News

'Hot Mic' podcast: Health care vote, Charges in Laquan McDonald shooting, U.S. image

The important stories to get you caught up for Wednesday.

Don’t count out the Senate Republicans' health care bill. Here’s how it could still pass.

It's a narrow path, but there's still a chance Republicans will pass a health care repeal bill.

Senate Republicans postpone health care vote amid growing opposition

The Senate will no longer vote on the Republican health care plan before the July 4 holiday.

Nebraska Democratic Party official fired after saying he was "glad" Rep. Steve Scalise was shot

The official also said he wished Scalise was "dead."

Janet Mock has no time for Caitlyn Jenner's Scalise shooting comments

Janet Mock says that Caitlyn Jenner does not represent the trans community.

Jon Ossoff’s loss has some Democrats asking: Is it time for Nancy Pelosi to go?

Nancy Pelosi has been effective boogeyman for the GOP for nearly a decade, and some Democrats are questioning whether she should step aside.
News

Alexandria Shooting: Shooter acted alone, no terrorism involved, FBI says

The FBI shared the most recent updates in their investigation of the June 14 shooting.
News

Georgia 6th Congressional District race by the numbers

GOP candidate Karen Handel faces a tough challenge from Democrat Jon Ossoff in the traditionally Republican district.