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Aug 27 2019
Behind the scenes, a rough consensus is emerging on the Senate committee that will write the next health reform bill.
In 2010, it was the Senate’s Christmas morning vote that paved the Affordable Care Act’s passage into law. In 2017, it was John McCain’s dramatic thumbs-down that ended the Obamacare repeal. In 2020, even if Democrats take back the White House and the Senate, theirVox
Jan 10 2016
President Obama will not endorse a Democratic candidate in the 2016 presidential primary race, White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough said Sunday.
"That's not our job,” McDonough said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” “That's the job of the party to make those decisions and then they'll take a look at the agendas and the positions of those candidates."
McDonougFox News (Online News)
May 12 2016
The Republican party was struggling to heal its deep wounds on Thursday, as House speaker Paul Ryan claimed he was “very encouraged” by his meeting with Donald Trump but again declined to endorse him.
In a series of eagerly watched meetings on Capitol Hill that drew placard-waving protesters and hundreds of reporters, the presumptive Republican nominee held peace talThe Guardian
Feb 20 2017
Eldon Hofeling raises his voice over the roar of backhoes, helicopters, tumbling rocks, dump trucks and 750,000 gallons of water rushing past every second.
“It’s driving me nuts,” he says.
Steps away from his house, hundreds of contractors are struggling to repair the Oroville Dam before the spring rains arrive in earnest. A stream of semi-trailers unloads chunks of rocks, whichUSA TODAY
Jan 03 2015
President Barack Obama is aiming to set the agenda for the new year on his terms despite emboldened Republicans who feel their victory in November's elections given them a mandate to rein him in.
Obama, who returns to the White House this weekend after closing out 2014 with a Hawaiian vacation, was energized by a series of high-profile end-of-the-year moves, most notably on immigrationHuffPost
Apr 01 2019
Carter, who is married to Ash Carter, said Biden was “offering his support” in a 2015 photo showing his hands on her shoulders and whispering into her ear.
Stephanie Carter, whose husband is former Defense Secretary Ash Carter, rejected claims that a 2015 photo of her and then-Vice President Joe Biden shows inappropriate behavior and said the image was “misleadingly extracted” from aHuffPost
Dec 16 2013
America's veterans and military retirees suddenly have emerged at the center of the budget debate and could be the determining factor in whether the House-passed deal makes it through the Senate.
Despite the bill sailing out of the House last week on a strong bipartisan vote, Senate Republicans say the plan unfairly forces veterans to pick up the cost of new spending. The provisionFox News (Online News)
Jan 24 2014
House Speaker John Boehner said he sometimes has to be the Gestapo, the secret police of Nazi Germany, to do his job.The Blaze
Oct 24 2013
President Barack Obama on Thursday will put comprehensive immigration reform back in the spotlight, a White House official said.CNN (Online News)