If the Supreme Court is going to rule on Congress's new health care law, one top lawmaker wants to make sure everyone can tune in and watch the arguments.
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The biggest loser under Colorado's newly drawn congressional map appears to be Republican Rep. Mike Coffman.
A bipartisan pair of supercommittee members huddled behind closed doors Monday night at the Capitol, as the debt-reduction panel faces a critical deadline in nine days.
At a campaign fundraising brunch at Hawaii's plush Ko Olina Aulani Disney Resort, President Obama touted his signature health care overhaul as an example of the type of change he has brought to Washington and cited his late grandmother's story to back up his argument.
While many Capitol Hill lawmakers insist they're confident the congressional debt reduction "supercommittee" will reach a deal by its Nov. 223 deadline, a new poll finds that the public isn't so sure.
Supercommittee member Rep. James E. Clyburn has denied the bipartisan group is at a standoff and said he is hopeful a deal can be reached before next week's deadline.
Millionaires are Democrats' favorite targets this season, but one Republican has also put them in his sights: Oklahoma Sen. Tom Coburn, who has released a report concluding that millionaires get more than $30 billion in subsidies and tax credits from the government each year.
President Obama was overheard joking with world leaders in his home state of Hawaii Sunday that dressing them up in traditional Hawaiian garb for a group photograph would have been "embarrassing."
A musician serenaded oblivious world leaders, including President Obama, with a lengthy tribute to the "Occupy Wall Street" movement at a Pacific summit in Hawaii.
First lady Michelle Obama told spouses of international leaders at a luncheon in Hawaii Sunday that she feels welcome in America's 50th state because of its "spirit of openness and tolerance."
Weighing in on the Penn State sexual abuse scandal, President Obama said Friday night that officials working at universities and other institutions "can't leave it to somebody else" to protect children from predators.
Just before President Obama left town for a 10-day tour of Hawaii, Australia and Indonesia, he called up the co-chairs of the deficit super committee to check in and give them a bit of a lecture.
Someone was bound to ask Rick Perry at some point about his most memorable moment of the debate season so far. And Sara Williams delivered, giving the three-term Texas governor and Air Force veteran a firm reminder that his brain freeze will continue to haunt him as he campaigns for president.
The White House is dismissing new email evidence in the Solyndra investigation as trumped-up and "cherry-picked."
Hours after Texas Gov. Rick Perry struggled through one of the most cringe-worthy moments of the debate season, his presidential campaign team was busy spinning his memory lapse over one of the federal agencies he has promised to scrap by comparing it to the "human moments" of presidents current and past.