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After months of railing against President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, Republicans scored a key victory in a hard-fought congressional race that had been closely watched as a bellwether of midterm elections in November.
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Rep. Paul Ryan criticized President Barack Obama Sunday for issuing executive orders on major issues like health care rather than going through Congress, arguing that it was leading to an "increasingly lawless presidency."
A group of Catholic bishops, evangelical leaders and advocates pressured top House Republicans to vote this year on overhauling immigration in a series of private meetings on Wednesday.
When I wrote a book about mobs and group-think a few years ago, I could honestly say that mob behavior existed exclusively on the left in America -- unless you count Oakland Raiders tailgate parties, which I do not.
An ethics watchdog filed a formal request Wednesday for an investigation of National Republican Campaign Committee Chairman Rep. Greg Walden , citing his team's use of phony websites.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., signed copies of his book during a signing at the Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Md., on Friday.
During an appearance on Bill Bennett's Morning in America radio show on Wednesday, House Budget Committee Chairman Rep. Paul Ryan admitted that the GOP won't rally around one single, unified alternative to the Affordable Care Act.
House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan previewed his upcoming legislative proposals for reforming America's poverty programs during an appearance on Bill Bennett's Morning in America Wednesday, hinting that he would focus on creating work requirements for men "in our inner cities" and dealing with the "real culture problem" in these communities.
White House hopefuls in both parties are aggressively tackling the Russia-Ukraine crisis as they seek to get a leg up on one another in showcasing their foreign policy credentials GOP Sens. Rand Paul and Ted Cruz have battled over who better connects with Ronald Reagan's legacy, while Sen. Marco Rubio and Rep. Paul Ryan have sought to take on ... (more)
Congressional candidate Alex Sink, center, greets a supporter after giving her concession speech Tuesday, March 11, 2014, in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Last April, President Obama proposed cutting Social Security benefits in his budget request for fiscal year 2014 -- the first time a sitting Democratic president has proposed cutting that party's signature New Deal social insurance program.
Rep. Paul Ryan didn't major in psychology, so maybe that's why he turned Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs on its head when he pontificated at the Conservative Political Action Conference on March 6 about the U.S. providing food for hungry children: The left is making a big mistake here.
President Barack Obama's health care overhaul is getting its first test ahead of the 2014 midterm elections Tuesday in a Tampa-area House district where Democrats and Republicans have spent millions of dollars trying out national strategies for the rest of the year.
Most House Republicans wanted nothing to do with the Ways and Means committee chairman's tax reform proposal when he unveiled it last month, which might have been the end of the story.
The annual Conservative Political Action Conference came to a raucous and buoyant end Saturday as thousands of Tea Party activists cheered on former Republican vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin, who closed the gathering with a full-throated denunciation of President Obama and urged conservatives to embrace their views more fiercely than ever.
Are conservatives interested in new ideas, or are they merely infatuated with the idea of new ideas? Are they really reappraising their approach, or are they trying to adjust their image just enough to win elections? One way to look at this year's Conservative Political Action Conference is as a face-off between the "No Surrender" cries of Sen. Ted ... (more)