With a partial government shutdown on the horizon, President Trump and Democratic leaders had a heated exchange over border security and wall funding in front of reporters.
Congressional leaders from both parties defend NATO as lawmakers vote to reaffirm U.S. commitment to the alliance
Schumer, D-N.Y., and other top Democrats sent a letter to President Trump yesterday, laying out tough demands ahead of Trump's summit with North Korea. He talks about them with NPR's Rachel Martin.
Shutdown and debt ceiling deadlines are fast approaching four days before the Alabama Senate election, and Republicans are trying to pass a tax plan by Christmas.
A congressional deal in which President Trump sided with Democrats has his party concerned about what it means in the near and long term.
Whether Republicans will try to resurrect health care efforts — again — is uncertain. Republican Sen. John McCain, who cast the decisive no vote, said the bill's defeat is a chance to "start fresh."
President Trump summarily fired the FBI director, giving little reasoning except for a memo from a Justice Department official who criticized James Comey's handling of the Clinton email probe.
The Senate Democratic leader says Judge Gorsuch is not independent of President Trump.
After a less confrontational Trump addressed Congress, the vice president and top Democrats took to the air to put their imprint on how his speech is being received.
Steve Beshear is credited with lowering Kentucky's uninsured rate. Immigration activist Astrid Silva is also scheduled to respond to the president's remarks Tuesday night.