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The tea partyers who helped drive GOP gains in the last election rallied in the city they love to hate Thursday, urging Republican House leaders — Speaker John A. Boehner above all — to resist the drive toward compromise in the protracted fight over the federal budget.
The cross-country celebration of Ronald Reagan and his 100th birthday anniversary this year didn't exactly get a tour date in the Maryland State House.
A move by some House Republicans to alter the way rail and airline workers organize could threaten a comprehensive aviation safety bill, continuing the GOP's push back at collective bargaining rights.
Democrats haven't found a solid challenger to GOP Sen. Scott Brown in liberal Massachusetts next year, stoking concerns the party could blow its best shot to take back the seat held for nearly a half-century by the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy.
A House panel voted Thursday to limit tax breaks for insurance policies that cover abortions as House Republicans try to chip away at President Obama's health overhaul.
A House panel voted Thursday to limit tax breaks for insurance policies that cover abortions as House Republicans try to chip away at President Barack Obama's health overhaul.
The House passed a measure Wednesday to revive a school-voucher program for the District of Columbia despite opposition from the mayor, the District's congressional delegate, teachers and the White House.
House Republicans want the IRS to investigate whether AARP's lucrative insurance business violates its status as a tax-exempt organization.
Miffed at the inability of Republicans to deliver on promises of deep cuts in federal spending, tea partyers will converge on the Capitol on Thursday to warn both parties about political repercussions if they don't act.