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52 min ago | The News-Messenger
After Christmas, more than 52,000 Ohioans will lose unemployment insurance unless the U.S. Congress passes another extension, according to figures provided to CentralOhio.com by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.
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5 hrs ago | Politico
More than 50 high profile conservatives signed onto a statement Wednesday responding to both House Speaker John Boehner's harsh words for conservative groups earlier in the day and to the firing of the Republican Study Committee's long-time executive director Paul Teller.
9 hrs ago | SFGate
House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio, left, joined by House Budget Committee Chairman Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., takes reporters' questions, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2013, as House Republicans signaled support for a budget deal worked out yesterday between Ryan and Senate Budget Committee Chair Rep. Patty Murray, D-Wash.
9 hrs ago | KKTX Corpus Christi
Walking out of a private conference room beneath the Capitol Building on Tuesday, Republican House members looked tired.
13 hrs ago | The Huffington Post
House Speaker John Boehner took a hard swing Wednesday at conservative groups opposing the newly announced bipartisan budget deal.
14 hrs ago | The Washington Post
"All I did was follow the law. The law says that if you have committee staff, leadership staff, they stay where they are.
18 hrs ago | The Post-Standard
Speaker John Boehner has been saying "No" a lot recently -- and to some of the most popular issues with the American public: take fair immigration reform as a case in point.
House Speaker John Boehner has acknowledged the GOP needs help speaking to women, but how should ladies get through to him? ast week, House Speaker John Boehner conceded that House Republicans probably need to learn how to speak to women.
Thirty-three conservative House Republicans - including one committee chairman - have signed onto a letter urging leadership to bring to the floor a "clean" one-year continuing resolution that funds the government at sequester levels.
Republican and Democratic negotiators reached out for a budget agreement Tuesday to reduce automatic spending cuts aimed at programs ranging from parks to the Pentagon, risking a backlash from liberals and conservatives that highlighted the difficulty of compromise within divided government.
If you don't live or work in Washington, a chronicle of staffing changes on the Beltway is about as interesting as faraway mild weather or a stranger's dreams.
U rging Congress to increase the minimum wage, President Barack Obama has a tough sell in the budget-conscious divided Congress.
The Texas senator, a quintessential establishment Republican, is facing a new primary challenger in Steve Stockman, who blames Cornyn for 'making sure Obamacare became law.'
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is warning Congress that failure to act on a defense policy bill before year's end would create more uncertainty for the military and undercut the nation's commanders.
As the calendar races towards 2014, and Congressional members log their final few days in session while facing daunting deadlines for a long list of pressing and unfinished initiatives, the press has been busy chronicling the futility, assigning collective blame, and giving the president permanent failing marks .
With the start of the Affordable Care Act just weeks away, lawmakers and their staffs have until the end of Monday to enroll in new health-care exchanges established by the law, or decide to pay out of pocket for a different public or private insurance plan.
Budget negotiators have a big reason to strike a deal this week: averting the pain from a second year of sequestration, The looming cuts promise to hurt military troop readiness and limit FBI agents who keep tabs on terrorists, gangs and white-collar criminals.