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Still Squabbling Over Amendments, Senate Remains Stalled on Appropriations

With none of the 12 annual spending bills approved two months before the start of the next fiscal year, senators are discussing stopgap measures.

House GOP Nears Consensus on Border Bill; Senate Agreement Looks Unlikely

Final vote expected on $659 million package on Thursday.

House Votes to Move Forward on Lawsuit Against Obama

The House of Representatives voted Wednesday night to do what became inevitable weeks ago: proceed with a lawsuit to sue President Obama over executive actions related to Obama...

House Dems, GOP Will Head Home With the Usual Talking Points

In their August recess messaging strategies, both insist the other party is at fault. What's new?

McCarthy, Scalise Fill Out Leadership Staff Rosters

The new House majority leader and majority whip have assembled their new teams of aides.

The Border Crisis Takes a Pause From Politics

At an ad-hoc hearing during a packed day, the actual unaccompanied minors took the focus.

Facing First Whip Test, Scalise Gets Good Marks So Far on Border Bill

Incoming vote-counter earns praise as immigration measure heads for floor, but House GOP has little room for error.

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Still Squabbling Over Amendments, Senate Remains Stalled on Appropriations

With none of the 12 annual spending bills approved two months before the start of the next fiscal year, senators are discussing stopgap measures.

House GOP Nears Consensus on Border Bill; Senate Agreement Looks Unlikely

Final vote expected on $659 million package on Thursday.

House Votes to Move Forward on Lawsuit Against Obama

The House of Representatives voted Wednesday night to do what became inevitable weeks ago: proceed with a lawsuit to sue President Obama over executive actions related to Obama...

McCarthy, Scalise Fill Out Leadership Staff Rosters

The new House majority leader and majority whip have assembled their new teams of aides.

The Border Crisis Takes a Pause From Politics

At an ad-hoc hearing during a packed day, the actual unaccompanied minors took the focus.

Facing First Whip Test, Scalise Gets Good Marks So Far on Border Bill

Incoming vote-counter earns praise as immigration measure heads for floor, but House GOP has little room for error.

Reid Maneuvers as Immigration Measure Faces Uncertain Fate

With no sign of compromise on the horizon, Democrats look to put Senate GOP on the spot.

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