Mar 31, 2017
President Trump has promised big
tax cuts but as CQ Roll Call's tax editor Catalina Camia explains a
tangled web of interests and Republican disunity in Congress could
spoil efforts for the first major tax legislation in 30
Mar 24, 2017
Catch-up here on what is happening with President Donald Trump’s illegal immigration crackdown and plan to build a border wall, including its price tag. The project will involve taking private property and at least $15 billion taxpayer dollars, says CQ Roll Call’s national security reporter Gopal Ratnam. The wall...
Mar 17, 2017
In a highly anticipated hearing, the House Intelligence Committee's investigation of Russia's election meddling makes its public debut with lawmakers set to press the directors of the FBI and the NSA about the Kremlin's interference operation and potential ties with the Trump campaign, says CQ Roll Call's intelligence...
Mar 10, 2017
As Republicans push full steam ahead with repealing and replacing Obamacare, cuts in Medicaid may become an issue that could not only further divide the party but can have severe consequences for state budgets and recipients, says CQ Roll Call's health reporter Joe P. Williams. He also takes us to the first marathon...
Mar 3, 2017
CQ Roll Call's privacy reporter Paul Merrion explains why the Republican-led Federal Communications Commission is moving to dismantle broadband privacy protections set up by the Obama administration.
Those safeguards were designed to prevent hackers from accessing users’ data. The FCC will reconsider the broader rule...