U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar entered the 2020 presidential race on Sunday.
With little time remaining, congressional negotiators on U.S. border security funding have not settled the hot-button issues they hope to resolve.
A Mississippi Republican who drew scorn for making racially insensitive comments managed to hold her US Senate seat Tuesday in the final race of 2018.
Several U.S. Republican senators on Sunday rejected President Donald Trump's embrace of Saudi Arabia after the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
A House with a democratic majority has been assured, and is prepared to unload what is called “Subpoena cannon” on President Trump.
Donald Trump's drive to deepen conservatives' imprint on the U.S. Supreme Court faces a test on Friday as the Senate holds a procedural vote on Brett Kavanaugh
Democratic U.S. senators expressed concern on Sunday over reports the White House was working with Republicans to narrow the scope of an FBI investigation.
“There will be an exemption procedure for particular cases where we need to have exemptions, so that business can move forward,” Peter Navarro said.
Congressional Republicans on Friday downplayed the likelihood of a deal with Democrats to save 700,000 young, undocumented U.S. immigrants from being kicked out
Lawmakers will begin trying to pass a federal budget in a fight likely to be linked to other issues.
Six House Democrats introduced five new articles of impeachment against U.S. President Donald Trump in November.
Trump is considering nominating Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell and Stanford University economist John Taylor for the central bank’s top two jobs.
Trump expressed optimism on Monday that Republicans and Democrats in Congress will craft a short-term fix for healthcare insurance markets.
Donald Trump said on Tuesday he would sign a measure, likely this week, to allow people in the United States to buy healthcare across state lines.
Trump said he would not negotiate on the Republicans' tax framework proposal to lower the corporate tax rate to 20 percent.
An investigation into alleged misuse of European parliamentary funds by members of a number of French political parties has been extended to include far-left leader Jean-Luc Melenchon.
Wall Street climbed on Wednesday, fueled by energy and financial shares and helped by news of an agreement to extend the debt limit
ACalifornia desert town an hour inland from Los Angeles, the joke is that there are as many horses as there are residents.
Republicans on Sunday urged President Donald Trump's new chief of staff John Kelly to rein in the chaos within the White House on Monday.
After Republicans' effort to pass a healthcare bill in the Senate collapsed, Trump on Tuesday put the blame on Democrats and a few members of his own party.