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  • Obamacare website glitches: Ignore the concern-trolling from the right

    Obamacare website glitches: Ignore the concern-trolling from the right
    Amid complaints over the effectiveness and efficiency of HealthCare.gov, the website set up to enable Americans to avail themselves of the benefits of the Affordable Care Act, President Obama on Monday shared his own frustrations with what he called...
  • State watchdog who probed secret political money takes U.S. post

    SACRAMENTO — Ann Ravel will start her new job in Washington on Monday with the kind of celebrity status rare for a career government lawyer. As California's top political watchdog, she launched a landmark investigation into secretive nonprofit...
  • Are Democrats wise to stop filibusters over most presidential nominations?

    Are Democrats wise to stop filibusters over most presidential nominations?
    The Senate on Thursday eliminated filibusters of most presidential nominations. This changes a rule that had been in place more than 200 years. The change means federal judge nominees can be confirmed by a simple majority of senators, rather than a 60-...
  • Obama to bring economic message to Pennsylvania next week

    Obama to bring economic message to Pennsylvania next week
    President Barack Obama will return to Pennsylvania, the swing state he won handily in 2012, to continue his summer push to shift the policy conversation back to the economy. Details are few, but the White House confirmed that on "Thursday, August 22 and...
  • Boehner's push for House budget compromise falters

    WASHINGTON — A frantic day of legislative maneuvering ended in futility for Speaker John A. Boehner on Tuesday, as the most conservative members of the House refused to back his proposed compromise to end the standoff over the federal budget....
  • Government shutdown: Boehner's effort collapses in House

    WASHINGTON — A frantic day of legislative maneuvering ended in futility Tuesday for Speaker John A. Boehner, as the most conservative members of the House refused to back his proposed compromise to end the standoff over the federal budget. The...
  • The GOP isolationist myth

    They're back! The isolationist poltergeists that forever haunt the Republican Party. Or so we're told. In July, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) had a set-to over American foreign policy. Christie clumsily denounced "this strain...
  • Is the GOP self-destructing?

    We've all grown used to a Congress locked in bitter warfare between two parties, producing gridlock on federal spending and other pressing issues. But the Congress that left Washington last week hit a new high in another category: gridlock among...
  • A keep-the-bums-in mood may prevail in midterm election

    After a highly contentious, hugely unproductive session, members of the most unpopular Congress in history will face voters this year and, very likely, win reelection in overwhelming numbers. It is a paradox of these discontented times. Participants...
  • Clay Aiken for Congress? Don't Bet on It

    The report that Democratic singer Clay Aiken is mulling a bid for a North Carolina congressional seat has been met with a bit of skepticism -- not that it is not true, but that he follows a long line of entertainment industry personas to weigh a move into...
  • Unemployment insurance extension clears first Senate hurdle

    WASHINGTON — Legislation to resume long-term unemployment insurance for 1.3 million jobless Americans cleared a key hurdle Tuesday in the Senate, though it remained unclear whether it would ultimately pass the chamber or clear the House. The 60-37...
  • Senate action a preview of 2014 election fight: Who's on your side?

    Senate action a preview of 2014 election fight: Who's on your side?
    The frantic image-making by Democrats and Republicans as the 2014 elections loom rippled through the Senate debate Tuesday over whether to extend jobless benefits that expired late last year. For Democrats, who unanimously supported a procedural vote on...