In a conciliatory note, Speaker John A. Boehner has invited President Obama to give the annual State of the Union address on Jan. 28 to a joint session of Congress.
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President Obama's director of legislative affairs and a veteran of the administration's liaison team to Capitol Hill is stepping down, the White House announced Friday.
Sen. Marco Rubio went to the airwaves once again Friday to ding the bipartisan budget deal that passed the GOP-controlled House, saying that the compromise does not take the country in the right direction.
Is there such a thing as a "moral abortion"? The Huffington Post says yes.
The House passed a one-month extension to the farm bill by voice vote on Thursday, something the Senate has already said it will not support.
The leader of Tea Party Patriots announced Thursday that she opposes the bipartisan budget deal making its way through Congress, warning that lawmakers have proven that they can not be trusted to spend more now in exchange for future deficit reduction.
GOP House Speaker John Boehner apparently isn't finished telling conservative critics of the new budget compromise what he thinks of their opinion.
Bob Barker, the former host of "The Price is Right," is lending his star power to Republican David Jolly, who is running for Congress in a special election in Florida.
Sen. Cory Booker, New Jersey Democrat, says he won't run for president in 2016.
Rep. Kurt Schrader, an Oregon Democrat who is a member of the House Budget Committee, said Thursday he doesn't think unemployment benefits set to expire for approximately 1.3 million Americans later this month will be extended, either this month or next.
Rep. Paul Ryan, Wisconsin Republican, had a pretty direct request for GOP Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida Thursday after being presented with Mr. Rubio's criticism that the budget deal Mr. Ryan helped broker is going to make it harder for Americans to achieve the American Dream.
Daily diary entries by President Reagan, White House schedules for each year of his presidency, photos, videos, an audio quote of the day - these are among the offerings of the official "Ronald Reagan app", launched Wednesday by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation.
An aide to President Obama said Wednesday that the White House had no security concerns about a phony sign-language interpreter who stood next to the president as he eulogized Nelson Mandela.
Despite all the kumbaya talk about compromise and optimism afoot on Capitol Hill, not everyone is happy with Sen. Patty Murray, Washington Democrat, and Rep. Paul Ryan, Wisconsin Republican - who have carefully maneuvered their federal budget deal through the political landscape. Grassroots fiscal conservatives will have none of it. Period.
Sen. Lamar Alexander said Wednesday that he was "stunned" to learn that law enforcement officials had searched the home of his chief of staff over allegations of child pornography.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Hawaii Democrat, sent a letter to House budget leaders Tuesday asking her state to be exempted from a Transportation Security Administration fee hike in the budget proposal.
Sen. Rand Paul added his name to the list of lawmakers opposing the bipartisan budget deal carved out between House and Senate negotiators, saying it is "shameful" to restore previously agreed to spending cuts in exchange for promises of future deficit reduction.
Sen. Bill Nelson downplayed President Obama's handshake with Cuban President Raul Castro, saying that all the hoopla over the greeting has been overblown and that it was not a big deal, given that it happened at a memorial service for Nelson Mandela.
The head of Heritage Action for America said the spending deal struck between congressional budget negotiators is a win for President Obama and a loss for the nation.
The disapproval of President Obama's job performance has hit an all-time low in a new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll.