Debt anxiety falls a little on the Hill. It might not be enough.
President Joe Biden and Speaker Kevin McCarthy are still very much in the finger-pointing stage of the economy-rattling debt crisis. Yet some possible signs of life have begun to emerge. Senior Hill aides have agreed to start more in-depth talks
Read the Santos indictment
Federal prosecutors on Wednesday unsealed a 13-count indictment against Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.). Here is the document.
Comer faces make-or-break moment on Biden probe
James Comer is set to show his hand on Wednesday after months of investigating the Biden family. But he’s facing skepticism that he can meet his own standard of a “credible” probe. The Oversight Committee chair’s pivotal moment comes in
The first test of the Biden-Jeffries relationship comes with the global economy in the balance
When President Joe Biden sits down with the top congressional leaders on Tuesday, he will see some familiar faces: Mitch McConnell, Chuck Schumer, and Kevin McCarthy, with whom he’s engaged in a high-stakes standoff. The fourth principal, Hakeem Jeffries, is
House and Senate diverge on immigration as border fears mount
House Republicans are still wrangling their members to get behind a sweeping border bill they plan to pass this week. Once they can pull that off, they’re going to face even bigger problems in the Senate. The House GOP