Plus: A new federal indictment could sink Republicans’ impeachment aspirations.
House Republicans made a historic statement about the border crisis. Now what?
Traditional Republicans are ditching Congress—with one curious exception.
A crisis of leadership in a weak, divided party.
After months of negotiations, the bipartisan immigration reform and Ukraine aid deal falls apart.
Send the immigration bill to the House.
The House and Senate pass another laddered continuing resolution to fund the government until early March.
Anti-politics and the House GOP.
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.
The former speaker reflects on a congressional career and its rocky ending.
Plus: Donald Trump responds to prosecutors on the presidential immunity question and the House GOP isn’t finished with Hunter Biden.
Plus: Turning Point USA tells the young MAGA faithful that early voting is good, actually.
Will Biden benefit from the GOP’s impeachment inquiry?
The expelled congressman highlights the devolution of the Republican Party.
Is it the quantity or quality of retiring members of Congress that really matters?