Fresh off the health care debacle, the White House is trying to regroup, looking ahead to the next legislative goal: tax reform.
Canadians should be able to smoke marijuana legally by July 1, 2018, a senior government official said Monday.
Elizabeth Warren says she’s open to working with Republicans after a GOP health care bill failed to gather enough support.
Judge Neil Gorsuch is still on track for confirmation, with solid backing from the Republican majority.
More than two dozen cities and states, from Honolulu to Vermont, have banned taxpayer-funded visits to North Carolina because of HB2.
DNC Deputy Chair Keith Ellison urged a crowd in New Hampshire to be wary of all Republicans, not just President Donald Trump.
Deputy DNC Chair Keith Ellison and Representative Jim McGovern led a dialogue on the progressive agenda and politics under Donald Trump.
Some residents are relieved and others frustrated after congress failed to reach a consensus.
Nearly all Americans resigned themselves to the prospect that the latest chapter in the debate over health care would not be the last.
Friday was a huge setback for the President and congressional leaders trying to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
A federal inspector general is investigating the Trump administration decision to pull advertising during a peak sign-up time.
President Trump and GOP leaders yanked their bill to repeal “Obamacare” off the House floor Friday when it became clear it would fail badly.
Baker has said the bill would have cost Massachusetts at least $1.5 billion in annual federal payments within five years.
President Donald Trump issues ultimatum on health care: pass it now or he’ll move on.
The decision caps a years-long fight between environmental groups and energy industry advocates over the pipeline’s fate.
Leaders abruptly postponed the vote because a rebellion by conservatives and moderates would have doomed the measure.
Abandoning negotiations, President Donald Trump threatened to leave “Obamacare” in place and move on to other issues if Friday’s vote fails.
President Donald Trump isn’t shy about blowing his own or anybody else’s horn.
Governor Baker declined Thursday to weigh in on what he’d like to see happen with monumental health care legislation.
One demand from lawmakers in the conservative Freedom Caucus was removing the federal mandate under Obamacare.