Having failed so far to agree on a health care overhaul, a fractured Republican Party must now tackle a spending plan for 2018.
How did an organization that reported spending of less than $15 million over two years pay Donald J. Trump’s former campaign chairman $17 million?
Photos of the New Jersey governor show him spending time with family on a stretch of beach shut down to the public.
Washington Republicans are taking no July 4 holiday on the Senate’s ObamaCare overhaul bill — with President Trump calling senators and Kentucky GOP Sen. Rand Paul pushing a conservative alternative to the existing measure that he says is “lit up like a Christmas tree” with spending.
The Senate bill is easy to summarize: It cuts health spending and uses the savings to finance large tax cuts for wealthy Americans and medical companies.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order that will double federal spending on apprenticeships and direct federal agencies to broadly review job-training programs.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis scolded Congress for a lack of leadership when it comes to funding the Pentagon and asked lawmakers to give the Defense Department long-term certainty about its budget.