Republicans and Democrats are laying out their visions of health care beyond the Affordable Care Act: a single-payer system or state government control.
Senator Chuck Schumer and Representative Nancy Pelosi plan to raise the plight of young, undocumented immigrants and Obamacare at dinner.
In a trying week, Speaker Paul D. Ryan took shots from his unruly House conservatives, but he deftly channeled their anger onto the Trump administration.
Governors from both parties testified before the Senate on behalf of modest changes to the Affordable Care Act, but the White House and some senators have not given up on repeal.
Lamar Alexander of Tennessee, the chairman of the Senate health committee, said Wednesday that he hoped for a deal by the end of next week.
As lawmakers return to town, the president faces weeks of hard bargaining on the debt ceiling, his border wall, the tax code, Harvey relief and more.