Wisconsin Senate Debate - Oct. 14th, 2016
How Trump will push trade agenda with Xi
President Donald Trump and his years-long rhetorical crusade against Chinese foreign trade abuses is finally colliding with the reality of face-to-face negotiation.
Meadows 'intrigued' on Obamacare change after Pence meeting
President Donald Trump's administration had meetings Monday with two key groups of Republicans, whose split over health care policy caused GOP leaders to pull a plan last month to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Trump says he doesn't regret any tweets
President Donald Trump, in an interview published Sunday, addressed his much discussed Twitter account.
State Dept employee charged with lying to feds about gifts from Chinese agents
A State Department employee with top secret security clearance has been charged with lying to the FBI about her failure to report thousands of dollars' worth of gifts she allegedly received from two Chinese intelligence agents, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
How Trump's health care loss will shape his presidency
The fate of Donald Trump's presidency may hinge on what he does next.
Emboldened Democrats look ahead to next fight
Rep. Mark Walker, chairman of a conservative group in the House called the Republican Study Committee, predicted Friday would be a "good moment" for Democrats.
Without a vote Friday, health care remains divisive topic
In the hours Friday after a vote was called off on health care legislation aimed at replacing Obamacare, one thing remained unchanged:
Sessions: We'll fund the wall 'one way or the other'
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Sunday he does not expect the Mexican government to outright pay for President Donald Trump's border wall, but there are a number of ways to extract the billions of dollars needed to build it.