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Another agonizing display of Republicans evading questions, blatant lying and a rare display of a spine by MTP host David Gregory.
A common theme among liberal journalists is to blame a "do-nothing Congress" when liberal policies fail to become law.
Two members of Congress pitched their solution to the border crisis Sunday, but House Republican leadership refused to say whether Congress would delay its August recess if none of the competing proposals for dealing with thousands of Central American children are passed this week.
Rep. Paul Ryan appeared on NBC's "Meet The Press" on Sunday morning to discuss the poverty plan he unveiled last week .
On Meet the Press Sunday morning, host David Gregory quizzed Representative Paul Ryan about his new poverty plan, which seeks to combine various entitlement programs into block grants to states, so as to "customize" poverty plans.
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A House committee has subpoenaed a former Export-Import Bank employee in a widening investigation that could complicate efforts to reauthorize the lender two months before its charter expires.
That's the position of House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan, R-Wis., who in his new anti-poverty plan wants poor families to work with government agencies or charitable nonprofits to craft "life plans" as a condition of receiving federal assistance under his proposed "opportunity grants."
Thursday, Rep. Paul Ryan released his 73-page "discussion draft" outlining specific approaches to reshape how the federal government combats poverty.
The House of Representatives voted Friday to change a tax credit in a way that would add $115 billion to the deficit and hurt poorer parents while aiding the well-to-do.
This Sunday on "Meet the Press," Rep. Paul Ryan joins David Gregory for a live interview.
In a roundtable discussion, the WSJ's Jerry Seib, Damian Paletta, Janet Adamy and Julian E. Barnes discuss the GOP's antipoverty plan, the legal future of Obamacare and the Ukraine crisis.
The Koch brothers are making a big push for long-shot Republican Senate hopeful Monica Wehby, increasing their advertising spending on behalf of the Oregon candidate to $3.6 million.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talks to Brazil Johnson, 5, on Wednesday in Oakland, Calif.
Sen. Rand Paul is proposing legislation aimed at eliminating criminal sentencing rules that adversely impact minorities, saying that "we need some fresh ideas to combat old and festering problems."
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 04:43 am
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