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In those days, it wasn't uncommon to see men who were running against women making subtle appeals to toughness, using national security and crime issues as a way to raise questions about whether their female opponents had what it takes.
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More than 20 members of the U.S. House, mostly Democrats, and Republican Sen. Ted Cruz will travel to South Africa to honor and commemorate former South African president and anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela.
In his weekly radio and Internet address, Obama said more than 1 million Americans will lose benefits if lawmakers don't act.
House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, says his premiums will double and his deductible will triple under the Affordable Care Act.
A remark by Rep. Marlin Stutzman, R-3rd, ranked high on RollingStone.com's '50 Dumbest Things Right-Wingers Said in 2013.'
A bipartisan group of lawmakers on Capitol Hill is urging Speaker John Boehner to bring the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to the floor of the House of Representatives for a vote before the end of the 113th session of Congress.
As news of Nelson Mandela's death spread on Thursday, Americans on the right and left lauded his accomplishments and expressed their sadness at his passing.
President Obama says his signature health care law "is working and will work into the future."
This Dec. 3, 2013 file photo shows House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio leaving a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington.
In a burst of affronted dignity, House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, challenged us, the people, to look at all the legislation the House has passed this year.
Time is ticking as the end of the year is a little over three weeks away - and still... no Farm Bill in place.
The hints that the extremists in the House Republican caucus weren't going to along with leaderships idea to avoid talk of a shutdown before Christmas have become aconcrete threat.
Farm policy. Jobless benefits. National defense. The next Federal Reserve chairman.
The healthy jobs report came a day after the Commerce Department revised upward the growth estimates for July through September, determining the economy grew at a surprisingly strong annual pace of 3.6 percent.
U. S. Rep. John Barrow of Georgia speaks to U. S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Febulette Richmond and Staff Sgt.