Americans see the Affordable Healthcare Act as both President Obama's biggest success and biggest failure, according to a Gallup poll released Monday.
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President Obama says he manages the ups and downs of his job by laughing at himself. A lot.
A Kaiser Family Foundation poll released Friday says nearly half of surveyed Americans, or 48 percent, view the new health care law unfavorably compared to 34 percent who see it as a good thing — numbers that are virtually unchanged from last month's tracking poll.
President Obama confirmed Friday that he will nominate Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus as ambassador to China.
Rep. Peter King is not too happy with his Republican colleague, Sen. Rand Paul, for calling on National Intelligence Director James Clapper to resign over comments he made to Congress last March that suggested the U.S. government does not collect bulk data on Americans' communications, at least "not wittingly," according to CNN.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor says the Obama administration's latest tweak to the health care law shows the overhaul should be delayed for everyone.
Inquiring minds want to know: who do the nation's esteemed lawmakers work for? It looks like the freewheeling group works for nobody. The vast majority of Americans — 90 percent — say elected officials in Washington behave "like they don’t have a boss." So says a Fox New poll released Thursday. Only 7 percent overall say the lawmakers behave as if they were "employees of the American public."
A new report says the number of people who may not have insurance in the new year because of Obamacare's requirements is fewer than 500,000, a number that may decrease in the coming days.
It's was an event at the very nexus of politics, media, broadcast, tenacity and holiday spirit. That would a gathering Thursday evening hosted by conservative columnist, commentator and entrepreneur Armstrong Williams at the Monocle, the historic eatery not two blocks from the U.S. Capitol.
The congressman who wrote the Patriot Act demanded Thursday that Attorney General Eric H. Holder investigate the country's top intelligence official for lying to Congress, saying that he wasn't honest when he denied the government was collecting Americans' phone records.
The D.C. health exchange says it is launching an Obamacare blitz this weekend and knows where to go to find "young invincibles" — in line to buy the latest edition of Air Jordan sneakers.
We already know the "2013 Lie of the Year" as determined by Politifact, the fact checking watchdog. Now we must address the "2013 Worst Quotes of the Year" from the Media Research Center.
Sen. John Thune said Thursday he expects Congress to come back from its holiday break on a mission to roll back cuts to military retirees, which were included in a budget deal that made it through the Senate on Wednesday.
It's not unusual for President Obama to tweet out messages in support of his signature health care law, but a photo attached to one online missive is not getting the type of hype the White House had hoped for.
A new poll says the uninsured are just as skeptical of the new health care law as people who have health coverage.
Sen. Saxby Chambliss said Thursday that Americans, especially young people, are "not excited" about the Affordable Care Act because they're shelling out more money than they thought they would.
The Obama administration on Wednesday said it is disappointed that the House's top investigator did not sit down with cyber security experts before he received sensitive documents relating to the security of HealthCare.gov, the federal Obamacare portal that serves 36 states.
A pair of federal lawmakers said Wednesday the time has come to established a national museum dedicated to women's history.
The White House is reminding people that Monday is the deadline to sign up for private health insurance under Obamacare and be covered by the start of the new year.
Republican National Chairman Reince Priebus said Wednesday he considers outside conservative groups to be an "asset" to the party, even though House Speaker John A. Boehner recently rebuked the groups as motivated by their own fundraising.