The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) is the ComicCon of conservative politics. Republicans of all ages, from all over America, come dressed in their best - or craziest - to hear panels of conservatism’s brightest minds. We went to CPAC and asked attendees two questions: what the best thing and the worst thing about a Trump presidency would be.
The best & worst things about President Trump
Trump welcomes Pittsburgh Penguins to White House for Stanley Cup visit
Huckabee Sanders: White House would support NFL making players stand for anthem
Huckabee Sanders: It's always appropriate for Trump to defend our flag, national anthem
Take a look at the Trump properties in Hurricane Irma's path
Trump calls out KKK, neo-Nazis in condemning Charlottesville violence
Young South Koreans find their political voice
McCain returns to Senate floor and advocates for bipartisanship
A look back at Sean Spicer's most memorable moments
North Korea fires long-range ICBM missile during military exercise
Trump shares video of himself body-slamming CNN on Twitter
A tour of the Pacific Northwest's national forests
Congressmen on Capitol Hill react to GOP baseball practice shooting
President Trump welcomed the Pittsburgh Penguins, winners of the 2017 Stanley Cup, the White House on Tuesday. Trump honored the coaches and the players, and said he "has a feeling" they will be back next year.
Sen. John McCain returned to the Senate floor less than week after undergoing surgery to treat his brain cancer on July 25. McCain cast a critical vote in favor of health care legislation and also urged his colleagues to seek bipartisan solutions.
President Donald Trump says the suspected shooter, James T. Hodgkinson, died in the hospital. House Majority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana was shot and injured during a baseball practice early Wednesday. Two Capitol Hill police officers and at least one congressional aide were also shot, according to congressmen who were at the scene.
Police in "Alexandria, Virginia said they were investigating a “multiple shooting” on June 14 amid reports from Fox News and others that shots were fired at a Congressional baseball practice involving Majority Whip Steve Scalise and his aides.
This footage shows a helicopter arriving on the scene.