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Politics Dec 06Obama urges nation not to give in to fear
Speaking from the Oval Office for just the third time during his presidency, but offering few new proposals, President Barack Obama on Sunday pledged to continue his current strategy against the Islamic State overseas, while also encouraging American Muslims to…
Politics Oct 29Funding the government could be Ryan’s first major test
Congress must still pass what is known as an appropriations bill before December 11 in order to keep the government functioning and this could present a first major test for newly sworn-in House Speaker Paul Ryan.
Politics Oct 20Ryan to seek speakership if GOP will support him
Rep. Paul Ryan has told House Republicans he will run for House Speaker if he is the unity candidate of the divided party.
Politics Oct 08How do you become Speaker of the House?
Rep. Kevin McCarthy dropped out of the race for Speaker for the House. Here's an overview on how that position is selected.
Politics Jan 14House votes to block Obama immigration policies
WASHINGTON -- The House of Representatives, led by the Republican majority, passed a bill Wednesday that would fund the Department of Homeland Security for the rest of the fiscal year while also blocking President Obama's immigration policies.
Politics Jan 06Boehner wins reelection as speaker, but not without opposition
Rep. John Boehner, R-Ohio, won his bid to be Speaker of the House for two more years, but 25 of his fellow Republicans, more than expected, voted against him.
Politics Dec 15Two years after Newtown shootings, the NRA won the debate over guns
Today in the Morning Line: More Americans side with gun rights over control for first time Despite studies on gun-related deaths, most say gun ownership protects potential victims Giffords, Bloomberg unable to make many inroads Post-Newtown — Guns in America:…
Politics Dec 11House narrowly passes spending bill after chaos on Capitol Hill
A massive spending bill to fund the federal government narrowly passed on the House floor Thursday evening after a chaotic day of vote counting and uncertainty, unfolding just hours before the government was set to run out of money. The…
Nation Dec 04NYC Congressman says outdated ‘broken windows’ policing a factor in Eric Garner death
In light of the death of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man who died after being put in a chokehold by a police officer, some officials are rethinking the “broken windows” policy.
Politics Nov 18Keystone pipeline bill fails by one vote in Senate
Proponents of a measure that would approve the construction of a section of a pipeline from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico failed to get enough votes in the U.S. Senate to pass it, marking another chapter in years-long debate…