Jimmy Kimmel celebrated "Back to the Future Day" — with a surprise visit from none other than the real Marty McFly and Doc Brown!
If Paul Ryan is playing his cards right — and it's a big if — then he has turned the Republicans' leadership crisis from a "no win" predicament into a "no lose" proposition.
Paul Ryan says he will be the new speaker — if the hard-right members will agree not to tear him down like they did to John Boehner and Kevin McCarthy.
Republicans are no closer to replacing Boehner thanks to the Freedom Caucus, a ragtag bunch of "revolutionaries" who want to hijack the speakership in order to achieve their aims.
The lesson here: If the cause is made out to be holy and sacrosanct, then not even the most dedicated leaders are safe from the true believers.
Republicans are still reeling in the wake of boasting that the Benghazi committee was put together in order to bring down Hillary Clinton's poll numbers.
Boehner aide: "The Speaker has made it clear that he wants to solve some outstanding issues before he leaves."
A leading Republican congressman with allies on the right wing of the party, Paul Ryan, is weighing a bid to replace retiring U.S. House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner, fellow lawmakers said on Friday as ...
Bipartisan coalition of 218 representatives, including 42 Republicans, overrides GOP hardliners — but bill still faces challenge in the Senate.