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Trying to align lawmakers with the people they represent, Congress decided three years ago that when the new health-care plan took effect, members would give up their platinum health benefits and enroll in the online marketplaces created for millions of other Americans.
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Even though Governor Christie has dodged speculation that he's planning to run for president in three years, saying his focus is on governing New Jersey, since he won a second term in a landslide last month, he has been outside the state nearly as much as in it.
For most Americans, the last two months of even-numbered years are a time to exhale and enjoy the peace and quiet after campaign season.
AURORA, Colo., July 30, 2008 -- Presumptive Republican presidential nominee John McCain brought his trademark humor and down-home charm to Colorado for the second time in a week today, seeking to shore up support in this "battleground state."
Cindy McCain has teamed up with Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer to push sex-trafficking legislation to coincide with the start of the state's legislative session in January.
Veteran Democrat aide Ty Matsdorf, who is typically bogged down amassing blistering opposition research, finally found something Republican to be thankful for on Friday: Sen. John McCain.
Many heroes have passed through the doors of American Legion Post 172, but there hasn’t been one quite like Bill Robinson.
On May 17, 2010, four undocumented students occupied the Arizona office of Senator John McCain .
Lot of folks pretty unhappy with the criticism we ran from an anonymous GOP source on Thursday of Sen. Elizabeth Warren's decision to send a letter to big bank CEOs demanding they release details of their donations to think tanks after one of those think tanks, Third Way, had an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal critical of Warren and other ... (more)
Speaker John Boehner's decision to hire a well-known advocate of immigration reform is raising concerns among the House's most ardent opponents of legislation.
BRADENTON, Fla., Feb. 22, 2012 Updated 7:30pm ET -- The stage is set tonight in Mesa, Ariz., for mistakes that make political history.
A group of aides to former U.S. senator Jon Kyl have started a new lobbying practice in Phoenix.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie voiced his disdain for Congress during an interview with Cindy McCain at a McCain Institute forum in Phoenix.
It's extremely painful to revisit the issue of Israel's role in prodding the United States to go to war against Iraq based on the supposed possession by Saddam Hussein of chemical, biological and nuclear weapons, a premise we later learned was based on outright lies.
Following a tour of the National Visa Center in Portsmouth Tuesday afternoon, U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen highlighted the importance of the Special Immigrant Visa program for Iraqis and Afghans who risked their lives working with the U.S. government, including the U.S Military.