"I don't think any individual has read the whole bill," said Rep. Tom Garrett (R-VA) of his House colleagues.
It took seconds for the House passage of the Republican health care bill to have a crushing impact on the Virginia governor's race. Literally.
The "Fearless Girl" statue has some virtual company.
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Betting on sports is illegal in most of the United States. Horse racing is an exception -- and the biggest race is Saturday.
Prosecutors have dropped rape charges against two immigrant high school students in Maryland whose case had been used by the White House as evidence of the need to crack down on undocumented immigrants.
The ad above comes from Tom Perriello, a former Democratic member of Congress running for governor this year in Virginia. And it's a blueprint for Democrats -- and a possible omen for Republicans -- as to how Thursday's vote on their American Health Care Act may well play out in the campaign to come.
Just hours after House Republicans managed to pass a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, the Senate is signaling it will write its own proposal -- announcing a group of 13 Republican members who will be responsible for crafting the Senate's plan.
White House deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Friday while the White House expects changes to be made to the health care bill that passed the House Thursday, they expect the "main pillars" to remain the same.
A Penn State fraternity and eight of its members were charged Friday with involuntary manslaughter in the hazing death of a student, the local district attorney's office said.
Some Democratic state senators in New York are trying an end run to get Donald Trump's taxes into the public view by introducing legislation that would reveal his state tax forms for the last five years.
"Guardians of the Galaxy" opens with a guy known for playing chubby goofballs dancing to Redbone's 1974 hit "Come and Get Your Love." It is perhaps the most unusual opening possible, for the most unusual superhero movie ever. Yet that movie made $773 million worldwide.
For his 31st birthday, Scott Harrison threw a giant party at a club and asked each of his 700 guests for $20. He didn't want it for gifts or to cover the bar tab. All of the money went directly to a refugee camp in Uganda.
Mixed in with the star sightings and Golden Popcorn trophies at Sunday's MTV Movie and TV Awards will be a bit of messaging.