Clinton Stars As Central Villain In GOP's Midterm StrategyAlmost 18 months have passed since Hillary Clinton lost the presidency.
83-Year-Old GOP Donor Is Closing His Wallet To Anyone Against Gun Law ChangeA major republican donor in Florida is threatening to cut off funding to politicians who oppose a ban on assault weapons.
Parents Of GOP Senate Candidate Gives Max Donation To His OpponentGOP candidate Kevin Nicholson, a Marine Corps veteran running for office in Wisconsin, is challenging fellow Republican Leah Vukmir for the spot in November's senate race.
Most Alabama GOP Leaders Say They Are Voting For Roy MooreThe Alabama Senate special election that has captivated the country is just days away.
Trump: Electing Democrat As Alabama Senator Would Be 'BAD!'President Donald Trump is again coming to the side of GOP Alabama Senate nominee Roy Moore.
Roy Moore Briefly Addresses Controversy As RNC Pulls Out Of Joint Fundraising AgreementAlabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore says he's being hounded by the news media over sexual allegations against him.
GOP Senatorial Committee Joins Those Calling For Roy Moore To Drop Out Of Senate RaceThe National Republican Senatorial committee is now among those calling for Roy Moore to drop out of his race for a senate seat from Alabama.
GOP Leaders Bolt From Senate Candidate Moore After Sex ClaimThe list of powerful men accused of sexual misconduct continues to grow.
GOP Leaders Share Key Details In New Tax PlanHouse Republican shared details from the new tax plan.
Some In GOP Open To Banning 'Bump Stocks' Used In Vegas Shooting Senior congressional Republicans are open to considering banning 'bump stocks' - a piece used by the Las Vegas gunman that makes semi-automatic rifles work like automatic rifles.
Medicaid Recipients Watch Nervously As GOP Health Bill TeetersAs the GOP's last ditch health care reform effort teeters near collapse, a certain group is watching the whole thing play out with major anxiety.
Republican Leaders Dance Around President Trump's RemarksThe nation's most powerful Republicans responded to President Donald Trump's controversial remarks about white supremacists but not many mentioned the president.