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Topic - Charles B. Rangel
House lawyers on Monday balked at a request by Rep. Charles B. Rangel to settle his federal lawsuit against House Speaker John A. Boehner and six other lawmakers over the chamber's censure of him — and a federal quickly judge agreed.
Charlie Rangel says nobody is taxed upon death
Rep. Charles B. Rangel, appearing on MSNBC's "The Ed Show" on Monday night, suggested that Republicans who oppose federal welfare may face eternal damnation.
Next week, the District will again host the annual Congressional Black Caucus Legislative Weekend, which draws thousands of people from around the globe to network, lobby political Washington, raise money for college scholarships and, without a doubt, party.
A war nobody believes in, led by a man nobody trusts. If Barack Obama is still looking for a legacy, here it is. Everything about the Syrian dilemma stinks.
Rep. Charles B. Rangel, appearing on MSNBC on Tuesday to discuss the possibility of President Obama's ordering a military strike on Syria, said the "red line" that Mr. Obama is using, in part, to make his case to the American people is "embarrassing."
New York lawmaker Charlie Rangel gave an interesting take on the college funding situation during an interview on MSNBC on Thursday: Youth shouldn't have to pay, he said.
Minn. Rep. Michele Bachmann is calling on N.Y. Rep. Charlie Rangel to apologize for racial comments he made about tea party supporters on Friday.
New York Rep. Charlie Rangel wants the world to know: Tea party members are a bunch of "white crackers."
The Democratic Party is battling scandals from New York to San Diego and from city hall to Capitol Hill, as the party finds itself on the defensive over embarrassing lapses ranging from sexual misconduct to multiple scandals ensnaring the Obama administration.
For President Obama, this is the summer of his discontent. Rep. Charles B. Rangel, New York Democrat, a reliable supporter of the president, has had enough. He recently said: "In Watergate, Sen. [Howard] Baker said it all; everybody uses this: 'What did he know, and when did he know it?'"
Congress is on a break this week, so here's some more of the whoppers that came out of lawmakers' mouths last week.
New York Rep. Charlie Rangel appeared on MSNBC this morning to opine about the assault weapons ban getting dropped from the Senate gun-control bill.
When his phone rings late at night, Lanny Davis tells us, it could be someone such as Martha Stewart, Rep. Charles B. Rangel, former Sen. Trent Lott or the CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. Or it could be Gene Upshaw of the NFL's Players Association, Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder or Penn State President Rodney Erickson.
Voting on bills and resolutions is a member of Congress' most basic duty, but only 10 of its current 535 lawmakers represented their constituents on every vote last session.
Watch Rep. Charlie Rangel explain how nobody is subject to a death tax upon dying.