The House of Representatives voted to kill an impeachment resolution against President Trump with a final vote of 332-95-1.
For months now, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Nancy Pelosi have been gibing at each other. Now it is turning into all-out war, as it was always going to.
Rep. Mike Gallagher discussed his proposed reforms to get Congress working again in an interview with a fellow from the Hoover Institution.
Speaker Pelosi breaks her promise, that members of Congress would be allowed time to read each bill, merely six weeks after she made it.
Rep. Ilhan Omar’s baseless allegation that Lindsey Graham is compromised is disgraceful and Graham deserves an apology.
In post-election chats with various callers while riding the Acela train, House Judiciary Committee ranking member Jerrold Nadler revealed plans to investigate and impeach Justice Brett Kavanaugh and President Trump.
The Democratic Party has spent two years at a crossroad. In this election it may finally choose a path.
In Staten Island and South Brooklyn, Tuesday’s GOP primary is focused on Donald Trump and who can help him achieve his agenda.
Washington Post reporter James Hohmann joins the Federalist Radio Hour to share what he heard from voters in Pennsylvania and other upcoming, close races.
Treating this campaign like a conventional midterm is simply not going to get it done this year for Republicans. Not with the Democratic base this angry.
The hearing made clear that ISIS has been destroyed and much of the credit, like it or not, should go to the Trump administration.
The biggest current winners of a practice nearly as old as the republic are black and Hispanic members of Congress. Do Democrats want to reduce their numbers?
Whether tanking the American Health Care Act is ultimately viewed as a ‘deliverance’ will depend on whether lawmakers can learn the right lessons from an entirely predictable defeat.
This is a detailed summary of the bill, along with a number of possible conservative concerns where applicable.
This plan for getting out of a President Trump or President Hillary Clinton only involves 13 states thinking clearly and strategically, and only really needs seven states to actually execute.
The current problems in American governance may not stem from too much populism, but too little.
Paul Ryan might make a good Speaker of the House, but Americans need his credibility as a legislator focused on poverty and opportunity even more.
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