Mackenzie Weinger and George Condon join Jeff Dufour to discuss the Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki, and Zach Cohen breaks down which Senate seats are likely to flip in 2018.
National Journal Editor Ben Pershing sits down with Senate reporter Alex Rogers to talk about President Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh and Policy Editor Mackenzie Weinger previews of a tense NATO summit. Later, House reporter Dan Newhauser outlines the House Republicans' plans to tackle immigration and the growing controversy surrounding Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH).
Mackenzie Weinger, Erin Durkin, Alex Rogers, and Josh Kraushaar discuss how Justice Anthony Kennedy's retirement will affect Democratic and Republican strategies in the 2018 midterms, and the states hoping to challenge his abortion rights legacy.
National Journal Editor Ben Pershing sits down to talk with House reporter Dan Newhauser and Senate reporter Alex Rogers to discuss Republicans' standoff on immigration and the Tennessee Democrat who's running on Obamacare. Later, Hotline Editor Kyle Trygstad drops by to share his outlook on the multiple primaries taking place Tuesday.
Daniel Newhauser, Hanna Trudo, and Brendan Bordelon join Jeff Dufour to discuss the House's immigration compromise, the 2020 landscape, and what the AT+T-Time Warner merger means for big tech.
National Journal Editor in Chief Ben Pershing sits down with White House correspondent George Condon and Senate reporter Alex Rogers to talk about Trump's travels, the ongoing immigration fight, and the Hill agenda. Later, House races reporter Ally Mutnick swings by to give the primary brief and dishes on what to watch for in Virginia on Tuesday.
Josh Kraushaar and Ally Mutnick join Adam Wollner to break down everything you need to know ahead of Tuesday's primaries in California and seven other states.
Alex Rogers joins Adam Wollner to discuss the Republicans' judicial nominee strategy and how Democrats plan to fight back, Mitch McConnell's overview of the battle for the Senate and how President Trump's relationship has evolved with Hill GOP leaders.
Josh Kraushaar and Kyle Trygstad do a deep dive into the upcoming Senate and House races: from Conor Lamb's house bid in Pennsylvania, to the race between Bill Nelson and Rick Scott in Florida, and everything in between.
George Condon and Mackenize Weinger join Adam Wollner to discuss President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal, the upcoming U.S.-North Korea summit and Gina Haspel's confirmation chances in the Senate.
Josh Kraushaar and Kyle Trygstad join Adam Wollner to preview Tuesday's primary elections in West Virginia, Indiana, Ohio and North Carolina.
Adam Wollner runs through the latest editions of Hotline's rankings of the Senate and gubernatorial seats most likely to flip party control with Kimberly Railey and Zach Cohen.
Adam Wollner and Josh Kraushaar discuss Bob Corker's recent comments about the Tennessee Senate race, the politics of Mike Pompeo's secretary of State nomination and the upcoming Indiana GOP Senate primary. Later, Ally Mutnick joins to preview the special election in Arizona's 8th congressional district and break down the fundraising reports from the first quarter of the year.
Dan Newhauser and Alex Rogers regroup with Adam Wollner to discuss House Speaker Paul Ryan's retirement, congressional Democrats' plan if President Trump fires deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, and whether a new war authorization can make its way through Congress.
Dan Newhauser and Alex Rogers join Adam Wollner to break down what issues Congress will (or won't) tackle after the two-week recess, Mike Pompeo's confirmation hearing, and whether Democrats have a shot at a Senate seat in Mississippi. Later, Josh Kraushaar stops by to discuss whether Republicans can salvage the House this fall and the latest developments in the Florida and Tennessee Senate races.
Brendan Bordelon joins Adam Wollner to discuss the fallout from the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal, the online sex-trafficking bill President Trump recently signed into law, and the future of driverless cars following a deadly accident in Arizona.
Mackenzie Weinger and George Condon join Adam Wollner to discuss Stormy Daniels' interview with 60 Minutes, what the staff shakeup among President Trump's national security team means for his policy agenda, and whether the tide is changing on the politics of guns.
Dan Newhauser and Alex Rogers join Adam Wollner discuss whether Congress can pass a major spending bill this week and Republican Chris McDaniel's decision to run for Senate again. Later, Kyle Trygstad and Zach Cohen swing by to preview Tuesday's primary elections in Illinois.
Brian Dabbs joins Adam Wollner for his podcast debut to discuss President Trump's plan to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. Later, Josh Kraushaar and Ally Mutnick stop by to preview Tuesday's special election in Pennsylvania's 18th congressional district.
Casey Wooten joins Adam Wollner to discuss lawmakers' efforts to rewrite the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial bill. Later, Ally Mutnick stops by to preview Tuesday's primary elections in Texas and break down Hotline's latest House Race Rankings.
Adam Wollner and Josh Kraushaar discuss whether Congress will pass any new legislation in the wake of the Parkland, Fla., mass shooting, the DCCC intervening in a House primary in Texas, the California Democratic Party declining to endorse Sen. Dianne Feinstein, and the final stretch of the special election in Pennsylvania's 18th district.
Kyle Trygstad and Alex Rogers join Adam Wollner to discuss the next steps for immigration on Captiol Hill, the latest developments in some of the year's top Senate races, and how Pennsylvania's new congressional map will affect the midterms.
Dan Newhauser and Alex Rogers regroup with Adam Wollner to discuss the fallout from the two-year budget deal and preview this week's battles over immigration and infrastructure.
Alex Rogers and Dan Newhauser join Adam Wollner to discuss the next federal funding deadline, the prospects for an immigration deal, Rep. Devin Nunes' memo and why so many Republican committee chairs are headed for the exits.
Josh Kraushaar and Alex Rogers join Adam Wollner to discuss the latest immigration negotiations, President Trump's upcoming State of the Union address, whether lawmakers will take action to protect special counsel Robert Mueller, the uptick in activity in the special election Pennsylvania's 18th district, and House Appropriations Committee chairman Rodney Frelinghuysen's decision to retire.