Following the Senate vote this week known as the nuclear option, the Senate only needs a simple majority to override a filibuster.
With immigration reform still on the agenda, many people have decided to make their opinions on the issues clear. One of those people, who really has no say in any decision making process, is Mark Zuckerberg.
According to emails released Wednesday by House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa, Obama administration officials were concerned about the health care website.
EPA regulations have been getting tougher, and now the states are fighting back to try and take back some of their power in this situation.
As the bad news for Democrats keeps coming, let’s add one more thing to the list. A new bill concerning “fracking” on public lands will be coming up this week for a vote in the House.
As if we didn’t already know that Bill Maher lacked some serious character, he has reconfirmed those beliefs this week. It’s hard to believe that with special guest, Anthony Wiener on the show, Maher could look much worse.
I guess this is what happens when someone makes you choose the lesser of two evils. In a recent Rasmussen poll, 62% of those surveyed said they thought Bill Clinton was a better president. Only 20% say Obama is doing a better job.
The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) announced earlier today that it will be closing 8 coal-fired power plants.
Two worlds are colliding, perhaps creating the perfect storm of political prowess. Jim Messina, an Obama insider who ran the president’s campaign last year, and John Podesta, a longtime advisor to Bill Clinton are joining forces.
Is nothing sacred anymore? Walmart announced it will be opening at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving to offer its Black Friday deals.
Any signs of the economy getting better clearly aren’t taking into account that the number of people still requiring government assistance to buy food. According to the most recent data, over 47 million U.S. citizens are currently enrolled in the food stamp program.
After all of the reports of failed attempts at signing up for Obamacare, it shouldn’t really be a shock to find that most Americans who plan to get insurance through the new system haven’t even been to an exchange website.
After a failed attempt to hold onto his Massachusetts senate seat, many thought Scott Brown wasn’t quite done in the political world. Well, it’s possible we could see him in another election soon enough, just in neighboring state, New Hampshire.
If we know anything, it’s that having Carter as your last name must mean you will make a great politician.
For the second time, the Washington, D.C. city council has approved a resolution attempting to urge the Redskins to change their name.
After the devastating sequestration cuts, the White House decided it couldn’t afford to host public tours any more.
In an interview with MSNBC (shocking!), House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi had quite a few things to say about President Obama, the Obamacare rollout disaster and presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
Everyone is jumping on the ‘making fun of Obamacare’ bandwagon.
The latest report from the U.S. Office of Special Council has found some serious waste in the Department of Homeland Security. Shocking!
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services paid $23 million to providers, suppliers, Medicare Advantage organizations and prescription drug plan sponsors on behalf of beneficiaries who had died between 2009 and 2011.