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Heath Shuler knew what he had to say. It was the fall of 1994, and Washington Redskins coach Norv Turner was giving the touted rookie quarterback the chance to make his NFL debut against the defending Super Bowl-champion Dallas Cowboys.
Rep. Heath Shuler of North Carolina said Thursday he won't seek a fourth term in office, saying he never intended to be career politician.
Seventeen years. The Redskins have been searching for a quarterback to lead them out of the wilderness for that long. You'd think he was hiding in a mountain cave along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border (where his agent had stashed him to drive up his price).
North Carolina Rep. Heath Shuler is pushing the Democratic Party to adopt more centrist policies after the GOP's huge gains nationwide in this month's election. And he's looking to President Barack Obama to follow suit.
House Republicans tabbed Minority Leader John A. Boehner - who helped lead his party's historic takeover of the chamber in the midterm elections - as the new House speaker, while Nancy Pelosi, who has held the post for almost four years, was chosen minority leader by her Democratic peers.
House Democrats re-elected Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday as their leader in the next Congress.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will remain as the Democratic leader when her party loses its majority in the new Congress, turning back a largely symbolic challenge from moderate North Carolina Rep. Heath Shuler.
Voter anger at out-of-control government spending and mounting debt ironically proved toxic for many of the most fiscally conservative Democrats in Tuesday's midterm vote.
Across the country, Blue Dog Democrats — whose 54 members represent more than one-fifth of their party's 255-seat majority and many of the country's most contested swing districts— find themselves squarely in the cross hairs.