When it comes to the 2020 presidential election, Democrats are nervous wrecks and Republican excitement has grown.
"Never Trump" Republicans want a credible primary adversary in 2020, but the party will likely put up roadblocks – making that kind of challenge very difficult.
The Cybersecurity 202: Democrats Are More Concerned About Election Security Than Republicans, Survey Finds
Democrats are far more concerned than Republicans that a foreign power will tamper with a U.S. election, and they're more cynical about the government's ability to respond to a major cyberattack.
A lawyer who has become a central figure in President Trump's efforts to undermine the Russia investigation underwent hours of questioning by Republicans.
Even with both chambers of Congress in Republican hands, it is unlikely that the House of Representatives would vote to impeach Rosenstein.
House Republicans launched new probes looking back at the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton's emails as close associates of President Trump faced tough questions on Capitol Hill.
Warning of threats to public safety and national security, House Republicans moved ahead Thursday on two bills to crack down on illegal immigration, a key priority for President Donald Trump.
House Majority Whip Steve Scalise was wounded Wednesday morning when a gunman opened fire on Republican lawmakers as they practiced for their annual baseball game against the Democrats.
The crowd inside one GOP event held up signs that said "agree" and "disagree," and at times yelled out "alternative facts" and "shame on you for lying."