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Topic - Steve King
When Steve King, deputy state historic preservation officer, looks at the Des Moines Riverfront YMCA, he sees a downtown landmark and an example of midcentury architecture, an era that emphasized functionality and clean building lines.
Rep. Steve King said Sunday that he regretted the Arizona governor's veto on the state's religious freedom bill, arguing that homosexuality is a "self-professed behavior" that can be willfully changed.
Rep. Steve King, Iowa Republican, said the GOP is floundering with constituents because they refuse to stand strong — not because they refuse to compromise more.
Rep. Steve King isn't worried about comedian Bill Maher's apparent plan to oust a member of Congress in the fall election.
Rep. Steve King, Iowa Republican, chastised President Obama Tuesday for ignoring Congress on big-ticket items — for example, a new executive order to raise the minimum wage for new federal contract workers — saying lawmakers on Capitol Hill need to act to rein in the Executive Branch.
Colorado Republicans want the state to buy an aerial firefighting fleet to help combat wildfires, but it's an idea Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper does not support.
While nine reindeer made their way around the world to deliver gifts with Santa, one unlucky reindeer made its way onto Rep. Steve King's plate on Christmas.
First, Texas Rep. Steve Stockman suggested a rodeo clown banned from the Missouri State Fair for wearing a President Obama mask during a skit should go perform in the Lone Star State, because "Texans value speech."
The white-hot debate over immigration is fired by anecdote, tale and even parable. The personal is always political, and when immigration is up for debate, the personal inflames every debater with pride and prejudice.
Top House Republicans railed against fellow Rep. Steve King on Wednesday, saying his comments about immigrant children working as drug mules is "inexcusable" and "wrong."
Rep. Steve King isn't backing down. Mere hours after House Speaker John A. Boehner condemned Mr. King's recent remarks that young illegal immigrants are often drug smugglers, the Iowa Republican and staunch opponent of immigration reform delivered a stem-winding speech on the House floor Thursday to hammer home his point.
The head of a U.S. congressional delegation said Sunday that its meetings in Russia showed that there was "nothing specific" that could have helped prevent the Boston Marathon bombings, but that the two countries need to work more closely on joint security threats.
Iowa's Rep. Steve King Thursday accused President Obama of "lowering American values" and butting into issues unrelated to his real job.
It's never too early raise the curtain on a 2016 presidential play. Sen. Rand Paul knows his lines and will command the political stage in Iowa on Friday — and in New Hampshire on Monday.
The uncle of the two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing said Friday that they were born in Kyrgyzstan and came to the U.S. in 2003 on claims of asylum — news that's already beginning to reverberate in the immigration debate just beginning on Capitol Hill.
King said before the vote that he hoped both parties could support having an aerial firefighting fleet.
"Because this is not a Republican issue, this is not a Democratic issue, this is a Colorado issue - and I would like to see a unanimous vote on that amendment," he said.