On "Your World" today, Neil Cavuto blasted Democrats for their scathing criticisms of the Senate version of the GOP health care bill.
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Remember when ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber said the "stupidity of the American voter" helped the Affordable Care Act become law, and the "lack of transparency" in the way it was crafted was critical?
Four Republican senators came out against the Senate Republican health care plan on Thursday, which means the bill is defeated before it even goes to a vote.
Former FBI Assistant Director James Kallstrom slammed "politically correct training" for security officers.
Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA) announced on Thursday he was postponing a town hall scheduled for Saturday as a result of the attack this week on a Republican congressional baseball practice.
A Republican congressman is calling for legislation to allow members of Congress to carry firearms after a shooter this week targeted GOP lawmakers.
Otto Warmbier, the college student released by North Korea while in a coma, suffered a “severe neurological” injury, according to the doctors who are treating him.
Congressman Roger Williams (R-Texas) thanked Capitol Police for their bravery and recounted the shooting that critically injured his colleague, Rep Steve Scalise (R-La.).
Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) said Congress is in talks with the Trump administration to combine health care and tax reform into one daunting bill.
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi says that one of the biggest takeaways from James Comey's testimony before a Senate panel is that the former FBI director only cares about one person: himself.
Alan Dershowitz reminded everyone that President Trump could have just pardoned former national security advisor Michael Flynn and stopped the FBI's investigation into Flynn's conversations with the Russian ambassador.
Sen. Ted Cruz said it is "maddening" that the federal government had communications from home-grown terrorists before they attacked but refused to act.