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The top Democrat on a House investigative panel says the panel's Republican chairman, Rep. Darrell Issa, inaccurately denigrated Obama administration officials when he claimed the federal Obamacare website could only handle about 1,100 users at once.
The United Kentucky Tea Party is so incensed by a recent deal that raised the nation's debt limit, without extracting major spending concessions from President Obama, that it is calling on Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to resign.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Friday that President Obama is too busy toying with "big government" to really create jobs and build the middle class, a trend that makes people leery of his administration.
A new report says national Republicans are urging former Sen. Scott Brown to run for Senate once again, only this time in New Hampshire.
Only 18 percent of uninsured adults have gone to — or have attempted to go to — a government health exchange under Obamacare since its Oct. 1 launch, a new poll says.
President Obama on Thursday vehemently denied reports that he considered dumping Vice President Joseph R. Biden from the Democratic ticket in 2012 and replacing him with former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.
President Obama on Thursday night will host a private screening of a new film on the life and political career of former South African President Nelson Mandela.
Former Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison said Thursday that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is "in a very good position right now" but will have to stake out a clear platform that takes a hard line against Obamacare.
Texas Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst said Thursday he would like to get a block grant of federal funding to provide insurance for the Lone Star State's low-income residents instead of expanding the "broken" Medicaid program as prescribed by Obamacare.
The Obama administration announced Thursday it is awarding $150 million under the new health care law to more than 230 health centers across the country, saying the funds will boost care for about 1.25 million patients.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie frequently has to address questions about his weight, and it looks like Time magazine isn't shying away from the topic.
Georgia state Sen. Jason Carter, the 38-year-old grandson of former President Jimmy Carter, plans to announce Thursday he will challenge Republican Gov. Nathan Deal next year.
A new poll says Americans, including the uninsured, are liking Obamacare more and more despite its problematic rollout.
Former White House Press Secretary Dee Dee Myers said the GOP could learn a thing from New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who swept to re-election this week as a Republican in a traditionally blue state.
Sen. Mark Udall told President Obama at the White House today that Americans may need more time to shop for health plans on glitchy websites tied to Obamacare, another sign that Democratic lawmakers are feeling the heat after the disastrous rollout of the law's main provision.
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