The Huffington Post
House Democrats Bring 3 Women In To Shape Party Policy
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi announced on Tuesday that three congresswomen have taken on new positions in the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee, a group that guides party leaders on policy decisions and assigns members to committees.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Silicon Alley Insider
The 13 Worst-Dressed US Politicians
From Rep. Alan Grayson's tacky printed ties to everything worn by Rosa DeLauro , the U.S. political scene is pretty much a wardrobe disaster zone.
Number of toy recalls down, but hazards remain
The NEWS10 ABC Coats For Kids program is your opportunity to help a local kid stay warm this winter.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Six 'Knockout' Attacks in New Haven, Connecticut
Six 'knockout' style attacks took place in New Haven, Connecticut over two days this past week, according to local police.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Bulk Mixers Of Prescribed Drugs Get More Scrutiny
Congress is taking a half step toward increasing federal oversight of so-called compounding pharmacies that custom mix medications in bulk, a year after a meningitis outbreak from contaminated steroid pain injections killed at least 64 people and sickened hundreds more.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Voice of America
Amid Turmoil, US House Votes to Alter Health Care Law
Polls show that President Barack Obama's credibility has taken a hit because of promises he made concerning his landmark health care reform act.
In These Times
Trans-Pacific Partnership Opponents Score Major Victory
'If they're going to negotiate it [with little congressional input], then we should have that ability to have the proper review,' says Rep. Mark Pocan.
House approves bill to allow people to keep insurance
The U.S. House approved, in a 261-157 vote Friday, a GOP proposal to allow insurers to continue offering health care plans to new and existing customers through next year, even if the plans do not meet new federal requirements.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
HOH: Italian Envoy Drops by CVC for Lunch
Italian-American members of Congress broke bread with Claudio Bisogniero, Italy's ambassador to the United States, on Thursday at a Capitol Visitor Center lunch.
Of these countries that won seats on the U.N. Human Rights Council this week, which one looks most ridiculous on the list?
It all started when, this morning, JP Morgan tweeted this out: Tomorrow at 1pm ET $JPM Vice Chairman Jimmy Lee takes over @JPMorgan to answer your questions for 1 hour.
Leaked document adds to US-led trade deal doubts
A document from secret U.S.-led trade talks published by WikiLeaks is revealing rifts that add to doubts over whether the dozen nations involved will manage to finalize a deal by the end of the year as planned.
Biofuels lobbyists turn to farm bill - DeLauro seeks info on crop...
BIOFUELS LOBBYISTS TURN TO FARM BILL: Until the EPA really publishes its intention to reduce the amount of ethanol it will require gasoline blenders to buy, farm and biofuel groups say they are still lobbying against such a change.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
151 House Democrats & GOP Oppose 'Fast Track' Authority
A letter sent today to President Barack Obama opposing Fast Track authority, signed by 151 House Democrats, signals the end of a controversial Nixon-era procedure used to railroad contentious trade pacts through Congress.
Farm bill remains challenge
Steering a tractor in a straight line across an open field takes a bit of learning.
Pentagon ending buys of Russian-made helicopters
This May 13, 2013 file photo shows a Mi-17 helicopter, used by the Afghan Air Force sitting on Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan.
DeLauro Questions Billionaire Farm Subsidies
U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro, the former chairwoman of the subcommittee responsible for funding the Agriculture Department, wrote 50 billionaires Tuesday and asked them to get involved in the debate on the farm bill since each receives subsidies.
Tea Party Joins Liberals in Push Against Fast-Track Trade
U.S. lawmakers on opposite ends of the political spectrum are objecting to putting trade deals on a fast track for congressional approval, threatening one of the business community's top priorities.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Georgia's John Barrow first Dem to support Republican Obamacare bill
Democrats from the U.S. House of Representatives, including Rep. John Barrow , Rep. Rosa DeLauro , and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi , visit after news briefing to unveil legislative proposals on health care at the Capitol in 2004.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Playing the shame card
House Democrats have a plan to advance a gay rights bill that Speaker John Boehner has already declared dead: shaming Republicans.
Feds deny they're lifting China chicken ban
Federal food safety regulators are denying Democrats' claims that they are preparing to let raw chicken parts be imported from China.