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Rep. Steve Scalise, R-Jefferson, speaks with reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, June 19, 2014, after the House Republican Conference elected him to be the new House majority whip.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi wants Democrats to 'use this crisis' on the border to pass comprehensive immigration legislation - just as immigration hawks fear they'll do.
Senator Schumer's plan for open primaries, issued in the New York Times this week, reminds me of how I became a Republican.
So what would compel someone to launch a super PAC devoted to drafting a presidential candidate who was widely seen as torpedoing his potential bid with a single disastrous interview? "I'm a fan of Brian Schweitzer ," said Pat Perugino , who described himself as a 23-year-old Connecticut political consultant.
The National Action Network recently wrapped up our Legislative and Policy Conference in Washington, D.C. During the two-day conference, we discussed issues like jobs and the economy, technology, immigration reform, education, environmental issues, the My Brother's Keeper Initiative, and most importantly, voting rights.
Last April, members of Congress in both parties were "outraged" at disclosures that veterans waited for months to get an appointment at VA medical facilities.
In the Georgia Republican runoff this week, David Perdue won the right to represent Republicans in the general election this fall.
Almost simultaneously, two different memos appeared from Democratic pollsters insisting the Montana Senate race has closed and the outcome of the contest is very much in doubt.
Milne addressed a crowd of about 80 of the Republican party faithful, including former Gov. Jim Douglas, Lt.
Conservative talk-radio host Laura Ingraham urged a ballroom full of Tennessee conservatives on Tuesday night to retire Sen. Lamar Alexander like an "old sweater" that's gone out of style.
Wyatt Stewart has joined the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America Capitol Hill team as director of federal government affairs.
The Obamacare woes continue as an Oklahoma man spent three agonizing months trying to cancel his health insurance plan.
Of the 123 million people eligible to vote in the country's primaries so far, only 18 million have bothered to do so -- 14.6 percent, according to analysis from the Center for the Study of the American Electorate reported by the Associated Press.
Political scientists have found that the two parties have each grown more ideologically homogeneous since the 1970s.
Face-to-face, Mike Dickinson works hard to project the image of a serious political candidate.
Backers of a bill that would eliminate the estate tax are pushing for a vote in September now that they have achieved enough supporters to exceed a House majority.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 10:21 am
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