Heard on the Hill
Only 14 percent claim they have been helped by Obamacare, while more than twice as many (35 percent) say they have been hurt by it, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll release Monday.
"Wait a minute, don't you have to go through Congress at some point?" asks the student. "Oh, that's adorable, the executive order smirks, you think that's still how Congress works?"
Just when you thought no one could possibly be worse than Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.), you remember there is always Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.).
The Keystone XL Pipeline bill should pass because it was what the American people want, Senator John Hoeven (R-ND) said inside the Capitol building last Thursday.
Documentary producer and author Jack Cashill talks about his new book, You Lie! The Evasions, Omissions, Fabrications, Frauds, and Outright Falsehoods of Barack Obama.
"You know president Reagan never had the House in eight years, president Clinton didnt have the House or the Senate for six of [his] eight years; they understood that the American people had elected divided government."
The Department of Veterans Affairs has fired Terry Gerigk Wolf, the director of the Pittsburgh Healthcare System. Wolf is only the second official to have been removed from office since Congress passed a law to streamline exterminations in August.
"The public trust has been shattered,"Paul Rieckhoff, the executive director of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans for America, told CNN.
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President Obama is expected to nominate Loretta Lynch, 55, as the new head of the Justice Department, CNN reported Friday.
Rep. Cory Gardner (R) unseated Democratic incumbent Mark Udall in the Colorado Senate race Tuesday. The Senator-elect took the state by a narrow three percentage points.
This race still has not been called by the Associated Press, but major news outlets including are saying it victory belongs to Democrat incumbent John Hickenlooper.
Republican Rep. Cory Gardner has won the pivotal Colorado Senate race against incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Udall.
Campaign workers for a perspective North Carolina state senator, U.S. senator, and sheriff were caught on tape encouraging an undercover undocumented alien to vote.
At best, this was a slip of the tongue. During a speech in Rhode Island Friday, President Obama claimed that Americans do not want to become stay-at-home moms.