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Rand Paul of Kentucky went rogue and stalled a vote in protest over his party's willingness to bust the budget.The House vote ensured most employees would report for work as usual.

Nominee to succeed Janet Yellen is expected to receive broad bipartisan support at full Senate vote Updated Jan.17, 2018 11:24 a.

Greece seeks to wrap up review, leaving just one inspection before the end of the country’s bailout regime after eight years Jan.15, 2018 4:13 p.

Two major policy interests under consideration are another go at health care reform or big cuts to entitlements and welfare, Axios reports.The main question may center on the use of “reconciliation” in the U.

Not all Republican lawmakers were cheeringthe passageof the party's sweeping overhaul of the nation's tax code Wednesday.The final bill caps the combined state, local and property tax deduction at $10,000.

Pro-business conservative and center-left candidate run neck-and-neck after divisive campaign Dec.16, 2017 7:00 a.

"TweetHowever, there was broad skepticism that Rubio would end up actually voting against a final tax bill, given his history of toeing the party line.Susan Collinson Thursday toldtelevision station WABIthat she would consider reversing her prior vote for the Senate's tax bill if the final version in Congress does not include amendments she had added to the Senate's version.

The House has overwhelmingly voted to kill a resolution from Green to impeach President Donald Trump.Al Green, D-Texas, said Trump had associated his presidency with causes rooted in bigotry and racism.

The bill would cut tax rates on corporations, remove or limit longstanding tax breaks and subject fewer wealthy families to the estate tax.The Senate bill will keep the alternative minimum tax for individuals and the lesser-known one for corporations, a GOP aide said.

Deficit hawks want tax triggers in case economic growth is slower than forecast Updated Nov.m.

With votes for the GOP tax bill getting harder to whip, Donald Trump has voiced support for Roy Moore in the race for Alabama’s Senate seat, defending the Republican candidate against charges of sexual misconduct.”Stopping short of a full-throated endorsement of Moore—Trump did endorse Moore’s opponent Luther Strange in the Republican primaries—the president said he’d reveal more information about campaigning with the candidate next week.

Election is being boycotted by the opposition, after initial result was annulled Oct.26, 2017 3:59 a.

com: Harry Reid Takes Time Out From Retirement to Blast Trump, Kelly“I would urge Senator McConnell to put it on the floor immediately, this week,” Schumer said.“It will pass, and it will pass by a large number of votes.

php on line 1636donald trump flag(Donald Trump.Joshua Lott/Getty Images) President Donald Trump said during a gaggle with reporters at the White House on Wednesday that Republicans "have the votes for healthcare.

As Europe’s most important economy heads to the polls, economic changes are afoot Sept.ET The big fear at European elections this year has been of radical change.

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Wednesday the Republicans' last-resort "Obamacare" repeal effort remains two or three votes short, forecasting days of furious lobbying ahead with a crucial deadline looming next week.After the embarrassing defeat of an earlier repeal bill in July, some Republicans believe McConnell would bring a bill to the floor only with the votes in hand.

The fate of all Oscar hopefuls will be sealed in the early hours of tomorrow morning (Wednesday March 20) when the final voting slips are collected.The last ballots for Sunday's awards ceremony must reach the offices of accountants PricewaterhouseCoopers by 5pm Los Angeles time on Tuesday (1am Wednesday GMT).

The first suffragette play opened on April 9 1907 at the Royal Court, directed by Harley Granville Barker, who changed the title from its anodyne original The Friend of Women and added an exclamation mark.When Max Beerbohm lunched with her, he could not resist "peeping under the table to see if she really wore a skirt".

If every studio was nuked tomorrow they'd cry themselves to sleep for months.It's all bullshit, of course: Hollywood has always been more dependable a whipping-boy than even Bill Clinton.