Political

(Washington, DC) -- House Republicans are authorizing a lawsuit against President Obama. A GOP bill passed along party lines, 225-201. Republicans accused the President of overreach through his increased use of executive actions. The focus of the lawsuit will be on actions Obama...
(Washington, DC) -- House Republicans are authorizing a lawsuit against President Obama. A GOP bill passed along party lines, 225-201. A handful of Republicans defected and voted no. Republicans accused the President of overreach through his increased use of executive actions...
(Kansas City, MO) -- President Obama is challenging congressional Republicans to "stop being mad all the time -- stop just hatin' all the time." Speaking in Kansas City today, Obama invited Republicans to join him in getting some work done. Obama also mocked House Republican...
(Washington, DC) -- The Senate is advancing a bill providing emergency spending for the southwest border crisis. A procedural vote cleared a 60-vote threshold and formally opened debate on the measure. Much of the three-point-six billion dollars would go toward helping the...
(Washington, DC) -- House Republicans plan to push through a bill today authorizing a lawsuit against President Obama. Republicans have accused the President of overreach through his executive actions. The focus of the lawsuit will be on actions Obama has taken to implement and...
(Undated) -- Stephen Colbert is having a bit of fun at the expense of Sarah Palin. The former Alaska governor recently launched her own Internet channel, which can be found at SarahPalinChannel.com for nine-95 a month. "The Colbert Report" star announced on Tuesday night's show...
(Washington, DC) -- Senate Republicans are blocking the "Bring Jobs Home Act." A procedural vote pushing the measure to final consideration failed to hit a 60 vote threshold Wednesday morning. The Democratic measure aims to close a tax loophole that some corporations use to ship...
(Washington, DC) -- The House is expected to approve a bill today reforming the troubled Veterans Affairs Department. The roughly 17-billion dollar measure aims to resolve systemic VA scheduling problems and unreasonable wait times. It would give many vets the option of seeking...
(Undated) -- A Republican congressman sees no reason to sue President Obama for allegedly abusing his executive authority. Instead, Congressman Walter Jones of North Carolina says he prefers impeaching the president. Jones refers to the lawsuit proposed by House speaker John...