On Oct. 1, 91 World War II veterans boarded a plane to visit Washington’s World War II memorial. They flew into a media firestorm. Their buses pulled up to a barricaded memorial, closed as part of the partial government shutdown. A handful of congressmen...
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House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is not anticipating another partial government shutdown next year, he told the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
The amendment would exclude low-lying lands from the new Urban Service Area.
The political fallout from the federal government shutdown will be tested in California’s Northern San Joaquin Valley next year, when Republican Rep. Jeff Denham of Turlock faces voters once more.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has signaled in recent days he is increasingly focusing on his Democratic opponent in next year's Senate race and not so much on his Republican primary challenger. McConnell's decision to visibly enter negotiations to reopen the federal government indicated...
U.S. Rep. Vern Buchanan late Wednesday applauded the deal that will end the government shutdown and prevent the chance of the U.S. government defaulting on its debt.
The Republican Party is at war with itself.
With the debt ceiling stalemate now resolved, the Affordable Care Act and its tax on medical devices have both emerged virtually unscathed from the latest – but probably not the last – political effort to weaken the contentious health care overhaul.