US Congress

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Those undecided Republicans are justifiably uneasy. An ABC News/Washington Poll published earlier this week found that a full 70 percent of Americans say coverage for pre-existing conditions should be mandatory. This includes 54 percent of declared Republicans. (Photo: Ted Eytan/cc/flickr)
The GOP healthcare bill that will not die has now secured support from the ultra-conservative House Freedom Caucus, spurring a frantic call to action for voters to "light up the phones" and pressure moderate Republicans to abandon the effort, which would strip 24 million people of their healthcare and raise the rates for those most in need. Rep...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
With four times as many Democratic co-sponsors as he had just two years ago ,...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), a polarizing conservative figure and primary...