A complex landscape of authorities and constraints limits what presidents can do without Congress.
Traditional Republicans are ditching Congress—with one curious exception.
Send the immigration bill to the House.
The Republican House has no truck for the deal brokered by Senate negotiators.
Social media is contributing to unprecedented levels of anxiety, depression, and self-harm in adolescents.
Regulating social media behavior for kids runs into privacy trade-offs most Americans won’t tolerate.
But reducing warped electoral incentives might.
Mike Johnson, Sam Rayburn, and the path to clear a legislative logjam.
A bipartisan border security package in the upper chamber teeters on the brink.
The House and Senate pass another laddered continuing resolution to fund the government until early March.
The bipartisan sponsors hope to pass the measure before tax season.
A tentative compromise to keep the government running comes down to the wire.
When the North Carolina Republican leaves office one year from today, he will be taking a lot of institutional knowledge with him.
Plus: A look at how a viable third-party candidate could throw the 2024 election into chaos.
The debate about the supplemental funding plan goes off the rails.
George Santos gave Congress more than enough reasons to expel him.