GOP's Elder Concedes California Recall, Hints: 'Stay Tuned'A defiant Larry Elder conceded his fight to become California’s next governor but indicated his first campaign might not be his last. “Stay tuned,” the Republican talk radio host told supporters.
Republicans Cry Foul As California OKs New Governor Recall RulesCalifornia Republicans accused Democrats of acting unfairly Monday as state lawmakers passed a bill aimed at moving up Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom's recall date.
John Cox Trots Out Bear, Caitlyn Jenner Releases New Ad As California’s Recall Election Campaign Heats UpCalifornia's recall election now features "the beast" and a "compassionate disruptor."
Pres. Trump Declares Primaries Delivered 'Great Night' For RepublicansWith the prospect of a "blue wave" in the November elections, Republicans and Democrats appeared to have escaped embarrassment Wednesday after primaries across eight states.
Train Carrying Members Of Congress Hits Truck In VirginiaA train carrying members of Congress -- including House Speaker Paul Ryan -- to their legislative retreat in West Virginia hit a truck Wednesday, multiple sources told CNN.
Senate Approves Gop Tax Plan, House To Revote WednesdayIn a vote in the early Wednesday morning hours, the Senate approved the final version of the first overhaul of the US tax code in more than 30 years, handing President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans their most significant legislative victory of 2017.
Senator John McCain Opposes GOP's Last-Ditch Bill To Repeal ObamacareSen. John McCain says he won't vote for the Republican bill repealing the Obama health care law. His statement likely deals a fatal blow to the last-gasp GOP measure in a Senate showdown expected next week.
Analysis: GOP Health Bill Could Cost California $114BCalifornia officials say the state's budget could take a $30 billion annual hit if health care legislation proposed by U.S. Senate Republicans is passed.
California Rep. Says Candidate's Alleged Assault Was Wrong 'Unless The Reporter Deserved It'GOP lawmakers emerging from a closed-door caucus meeting on Capitol Hill on Thursday said they didn't know the facts about Republican Greg Gianforte being charged with misdemeanor assault.