The Buzz with Buzz: Donald Trump is the biggest offender of the 2016 election cycle trend of using vulgar language on the campaign trail. Steve "Buzz" Thomma explains why it may be the last straw for some of Trump's fans.
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Trump jokes about firing Price, points out Obama never came to Boy Scout Jamboree
Jared Kushner: I did not collude with Russia
A look back at Sean Spicer's most memorable moments
Graham discusses his friend John McCain's passion for immigration
Trump says senators should stay until health care bill is passed
Rohrabacher: We stand with the people in Turkey who want to have a democratic government
DACA is back on the chopping block again
Rep. Mike Thompson: "To sweep this under the rug is a shame"
Trump tells French president's wife: 'You're in such a good shape'
Cruz supports revised GOP health care bill with his amendment attached
AD: Senate GOP exempts itself from health care repeal
President Donald Trump told Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price at the Boy Scout Jamboree in West Virginia on Monday, July that if he didn't produce the necessary Senate votes to repeal the Affordable Care Act, "You're fired!" Trump also took a moment to point out that former president Barack Obama never appeared in person at a Boy Scout Jamboree as president (though he did deliver a taped message to Boy Scouts in 2010).
After his meeting with the Senate Intelligence Committee on Monday, Senior Advisor to the President Jared Kushner gave a statement to reporters. He said that he did not collude with Russia nor did he know anyone else on the staff that colluded with Russia during the 2016 presidential election.
While announcing new bipartisan immigration legislation, Sen. Lindsey Graham discussed his friend Sen. John McCain's passion for "Dreamers" and how he passed his desire to pass immigration reform on to the South Carolina senator.
President Trump said on Tuesday that Congress should remain in session until senators can work out a health care bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. He also joked about Nevada Senator Dean Heller's political future as he sat next to him.
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif. tells protesters on Wednesday that Turkish President Tayip Erdogan should not be invited back to the United States after Erdogan’s armed security guards clashed with protesters in May 2017.
If you’re an immigrant who was unlawfully brought to America as a child, you might be one of the more than 600,000 young adults registered under DACA, or the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. President Trump has flip-flopped on whether he will undo the executive action that then-President Obama used to create the program, but now Texas has threatened to sue if Trump doesn’t undo the action. What’s the future look like for DACA? McClatchy White House correspondent Franco Ordoñez explains.
Save My Care released a video advertisement following the latest Senate health care bill, saying congressmen "added a provision to exempt Members of Congress from some of the most harmful parts of their own bill."
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas said on July 13, 2017 that he will now vote "yes" after his amendment creating a fund to help insurers cover people with higher medical costs was added to the Senate health care bill.
The French government's Facebook account posted video of President Donald Trump complimenting the French president's wife's appearance while he was chatting with Emmanuel Macron and their wives chatting after their tour of the museums at Les Invalides. T
Rep. Mike Thompson (D-CA) spoke on the House floor about the exclusion of an amendment that would declassify a Vietnam-era Department of Defense project that intentionally exposed servicemembers and civilians to deadly chemical weapons.
Veterans groups and members of Congress, including Rep. Mike Thompson (D-CA), are demanding to know exactly what happened during the Pentagon's series of secret chemical and biological weapons tests involving military personnel in the 1960s and 1970s.
California Rep. Brad Sherman filed an article of impeachment against President Donald Trump on Wednesday, accusing him of obstructing investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
Christopher A. Wray stated that his "loyalty was to the constitution" and the law during his testimony at the nomination hearing for FBI director on Wednesday. He was grilled by senators on his ability to remain independent of the White House in investigating cases.
(Note: No audio in video) Donald Trump Jr. released an email chain on Tuesday that shows him discussing plans to hear damaging information on Hillary Clinton. In a statement, he said was posting the emails "in order to be totally transparent." The emails