Monday Dec 9
House Republican Introduces Bill That Would Ban In-Flight Calls
Shuster, the chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, announced Monday that he plans to introduce legislation that would ban in-flight cellular phone calls.
Anti-Incumbent Super PAC Claims 'Deferred Win' Over Bachus
No sooner had 22-year Republican Rep. Spencer Bachus of Alabama announced his retirement earlier this week than the anti-incumbent super PAC that took him on in the 2012 primary claimed a "deferred win."
'Prince of Asphalt' Braces for Primary Challenge
In another era, House Transportation and Infrastructure Chairman Bill Shuster would have his House district on lockdown.
Congress still likes junkets, and not sharing much about them: editorial
France was the ninth-most visited destination by members of the U.S. House of Representatives going on taxpayer-funded overseas junkets in 2012, according to a Dayton Daily News investigation.
Tea Party Activist to Challenge Boehner in Next Primary
Tea Party leaders who have been pushing for a primary opponent against House Speaker John Boehner in 2012 for not keeping a campaign promise to cut more federal spending are getting their wish.