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In his press conference on Monday, President Obama said he was confident the Supreme Court will uphold his health care law because it was passed by "a strong majority" in Congress.
Once viewed as the possible next casualty of the Tea Party movement, Sen. Orrin Hatch now sits as the favorite going into the Utah Republican Party's nominating convention, according to a poll released Monday by the Hatch campaign.
A new USA/Gallup poll carries a number of potential warning signs for Mitt Romney's potential one-on-one matchup with President Obama in the general election, showing him losing to the incumbent among registered voters nationwide and in a dozen key swing states.
The White House is downplaying remarks Vice President Joe Biden made Thursday about a possible war in Iran or a collapse in Europe's economy threatening President Obama's reelection hopes in November.
President Obama could lose the Catholic and Protestant vote in the fall election and still sweep to victory if he dominates among non-religious voters, according to projections released Thursday by the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate (CARA) at Georgetown University.
Persistent talk of "vigilante" justice following the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin last month has prompted Florida Gov. Rick Scott to respond to the New Black Panther Party "bounty" on alleged shooter and neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman.
President Obama's budget was defeated 414-0 in the House late Wednesday, in a vote Republicans arranged to try to embarrass him and shelve his plan for the rest of the year.
Former President George H.W. Bush will endorse Mitt Romney's presidential candidacy, in another sign that the party's establishment is coalescing around the former Massachusetts governor.
Rep. Bobby L. Rush was gaveled out of order and escorted from the floor of the House of Representatives chamber on Wednesday after he took off his jacket to reveal he was wearing a sweatshirt with a hood, and then proceeded to pull the hood over his head while reading his statement.
Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney, appearing on "The Tonight Show" Tuesday evening, said he appreciates Rick Santorum's willingness to serve in a Romney administration, but stopped well short of offering the former Pennsylvania senator the vice presidential slot.
The White House was tight-lipped about the details of a Tuesday meeting between President Obama and Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and the status of negotiations over the CIA's drone campaign against al Qaeda in Pakistan.
Senate Dems propose small business tax cuts
With relations between the two allies increasingly tense, President Obama plans to meet with Pakistan Prime Minister Gilani Tuesday during the nuclear security summit in Seoul next week.
A new poll shows GOP presidential front-runner Mitt Romney has double-digit lead over Rick Santorum heading into the Wisconsin primary early next month.
Sen. Richard J. Durbin announced Thursday he will hold hearings looking into the recent revelation that the New Orleans Saints paid players bounties for injuring other teams' players.
By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution