Cornyn Optimistic GOP Will Have Votes To Pass Health Overhaul Sen. John Cornyn expects to start debate on the Senate's health care bill next week but says of holding together the Republican votes necessary to do so, "It's going to be a nail-bitter, no question."
Ted Cruz On Trump 'Unfortunately Some Of The Damage Is Self-Inflicted'Texas Senator Ted Cruz told the Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce he won't be sucked in by the controversies surrounding President Donald Trump.
President Trump Pays Tribute To Dallas Officers Killed During Ambush"We also remember those incredible heroes who were so cruelly targeted for execution in Dallas, Texas -- rushing into a hail of gunfire, never to return."
Bill To Avert Shutdown For 1 Week Clears HouseHouse members have easily voted to approve a short-term spending bill that would avoid a partial government shutdown at midnight.
President Trump: First 100 DaysCBS11 reporter Jack Fink spoke to a panel of guests Tuesday night about President Trump's first 100 days in office.
Trump Says He'll Mark 100 Days With Pennsylvania RallyPresident Donald Trump says he'll mark his 100th day in office with a "BIG" rally in Pennsylvania.
Michael Flynn In Talks With Congress, Wary Of Prosecution"General Flynn certainly has a story to tell, and he very much wants to tell it, should the circumstances permit," said Flynn's attorney, Robert Kelner.
54 Trumpcare Protesters In Wheelchairs Arrested At U.S. CapitolU.S. Capitol Police spokeswoman says 54 people, many in wheelchairs, were arrested Wednesday in the Capitol Rotunda as the protested the health care bill being considered in the House.
Women's March Organizers Proposing 'A Day Without A Woman'Organizers of January's Women's March are calling for women to take the day off Wednesday and encouraged not to spend money to highlight women's role in society.
Washington State Sues Trump Over Immigration OrderWashington state's attorney general says he is suing President Donald Trump over an executive order that suspended immigration from seven countries
Metro: Women's March Second Highest Day Ever For RidershipTransportation officials in Washington say the more than a million trips taken on the city's rail system Saturday make the day the second highest ridership day in the system's history.
After Women's Marches, Can Numbers Translate To Real Change?More than a million people turned out Saturday to nationwide demonstrations opposing President Donald Trump's agenda. Now, the question is whether that energy can be sustained and turned into political impact.