Frank Luntz said Monday night that the presence of Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi in House of Representatives and talk of impeaching President Donald Trump could cost Democrats in the upcoming midterm elections.
Nancy Pelosi said that she is praying for President Trump and his family in the wake of a shooting spree at a congressional baseball practice that wounded Minority Whip Steve Scalise.
Congress is continuing its two-week recess, but many Republican lawmakers are not getting warm receptions when they return home.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) on Thursday warned House Republicans that their bill to replace ObamaCare won't pass in the Republican-controlled Senate in its current state.
Earlier today, House Republicans were unable to garner enough support for legislation aimed at dealing with the border crisis. In the meantime, President Obama is reportedly prepared to issue an executive action that could allow amnesty to millions of undocumented immigrants.
With relations between the Republican-controlled House and President Obama at their lowest point ever, Bill O’Reilly examined if Republicans “hate” President Obama in this evening's Talking Points Memo.
Tonight on Special Report, Charles Krauthammer called it “incomprehensible” as to why Republicans aren’t joining together on immigration.
House lawmakers voted in favor of authorizing a lawsuit against President Obama on Wednesday. Speaker of the House John Boehner announced last month that he planned on filing a suit against the administration over its alleged abuse of executive actions.
House Republicans have elected Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) to replace Eric Cantor as majority leader.
Eric Cantor, R-Va., announces he will step down as House Majority Leader on July 31 but serve out the remainder of his term in Congress; sources say GOP leadership elections set for June 19.
Laura Ingraham, who campaigned for Dave Brat, gave us some more reaction this morning to the conservative candidate's shocking primary win over House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA). Many are branding the win as a major victory for the Tea Party, but Ingraham pushed back on that, saying that is "not quite accurate."
A House committee is holding hearing tomorrow that will challenge President Obama for failing to uphold his constitutional duty to enforce the nation’s laws.