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Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers offered remarks Monday night at an annual town hall covering topics ranging from federal spending to climate policy.
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Bill Clinton at a rally in 1996, the year he declared that "The era of big government is over".
'The police can't be afraid to do their job, shouldn't be afraid to do their job," Kerik said Sunday on CNN's 'State of the Union.'
In a defiant interview on "Fox News Sunday," Gov. Rick Perry of Texas said again that despite a recent indictment, he wouldn't take back the veto threat that triggered the legal action.
There is speculation that President Barack Obama might consider executive action to extend benefits for the long-term unemployed, Aug. 12, 2014 There is speculation that President Barack Obama might consider executive action to extend benefits for the long-term unemployed, Aug. 12, 2014 Since President Barack Obama announced his economic ... (more)
Jan. 28, 2014: The Capitol building is seen before President Obama delivers his State of the Union address in front of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington.
Yesterday, the Department of Education unveiled a new grant opportunity to partner with states and local communities to expand the reach of high-quality preschool.
Stymied by Congress on efforts to lift the federal minimum wage, Obama administration officials on Tuesday touted state and local pay-floor increases as having the potential to boost the broader economy.
Soon after authorizing targeted airstrikes against Islamic militants in Iraq on Thursday, President Barack Obama faced a barrage of criticism from lawmakers and pundits blaming the unfolding crisis on the Obama administration's 2012 decision to withdraw combat troops from the region.
While his Republican opponents were duking it out at the polls Gov Dannel P. Malloy joined White House officials Tuesday afternoon for a conference call on the minimum wage.
States have been answering President Obama's call to raise the minimum wage. But the trend may be coming to an end.
As the Obama administration gets ready to unveil a potentially wide-ranging new policy on deportation relief, Democrats are making the case that there is political cover and precedent for him to go big.
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