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- House task force to recommend National Guard on border, faster deportations
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The Washington Times' political blog.
The White House labeled a plan Tuesday by Senate Republicans to block gun-control measures "unfortunate" and said those lawmakers threatening a filibuster are out of step with the vast majority of Americans.
While an American conference of Catholic bishops is marching in favor of preserving the traditional definition of marriage, the dean of the Washington National Cathedral is calling on the Supreme Court to extend marital rights to same-sex unions as well.
Rep. Elijah E. Cummings offered rave reviews on Tuesday for his most famous intern — Torrey Smith, a wide receiver for the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens.
On the cusp of Supreme Court arguments that could reshape how America defines marriage, a new color-coded map from the Pew Charitable Trusts shows just how varied the 50 states have become in their approaches to same-sex unions.
The U.S. Conference of Bishops will lead thousands of people in prayer today as they march toward the Supreme Court to promote marriage as a union between a man and a woman.
First, President Obama announced his "evolution" on same-sex marriage. More recently, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton issued a statement of support for gay couples, and Sens. Claire McCaskill, of Missouri, and Mark Warner, of Virginia, said approving same-sex marriage was "the right thing to do."
Despite the White House's obvious interest in this week's Supreme Court hearings on two gay-marriage cases, the president's spokesman Josh Earnest said he wasn't sure whether any administration officials will be in the courtroom to watch.
A House Republican leader wants the Obama administration to explain why an application to use insurance marketplaces under the health-care law asks people if they would like to register to vote.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest expressed regret Monday over the resignation of Syrian opposition leader Moaz Khatib but said it would not change the U.S. support for those fighting President Bashir Assad's regime.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders called on President Obama Monday not to change the way Social Security benefits are calculated as part of the White House's attempt to reach a "grand bargain" on the budget with congressional Republicans.
President Obama will share the stage at the White House Easter Egg Roll with the "Kid President" Robby Novak, a 9-year-old whose pep talks to the nation have become a YouTube hit.
Former Republican Sen. Jon Kyl said Monday the GOP is "very much alive," arguing its losses in the November elections had more to do with flubs by the candidates than a popular rejection of the party's policies.
Sen. Sherrod Brown of Ohio is touting bipartisan efforts to keep wrestling as an Olympic sport.
The Democratic National Committee is paying for robocalls targeting 10 Republican state senators in Pennsylvania over a GOP plan to change the way that the state awards electoral votes in presidential elections.
Sen. Rand Paul isn't the only one opposed to drone strikes on U.S. soil.
The president could pay the full price for ignoring Congress
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