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  • House OKs $1-trillion compromise budget for 2014

    WASHINGTON — Partisan lawmakers feuding over the proper size of government reached a temporary truce Wednesday as the House easily approved a $1-trillion spending bill aimed at averting another federal shutdown. House Speaker John A. Boehner (R-...
  • Government shutdown: Obamacare dodges a bullet

    Government shutdown: Obamacare dodges a bullet
    The bullet, of course, is the disastrous rollout of the government's sign-up website for federal health insurance exchanges, which has prevented countless Americans from signing up for health coverage. The dodge was graciously provided by the House...
  • Obamacare and part-time jobs: The myth exploded (again)

    Tuesday's tepid brew of jobs data, delayed more than two weeks by the government shutdown, wasn't worth waiting for. It shows an increase in total nonfarm employment by 148,000 in September over August, which is consistent with economic growth crawling...
  • Gillibrand-McCaskill debate on military sexual assault heats up

    The defense reauthorization bill is drawing more interest than usual, because this year it comes with a catfight — or so the press and the male cats in the Senate would have it. The debate over amendments that would change how military sexual...
  • John Boehner to Guest on 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno'

    House Speaker John Boehner will make his first appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" on Jan. 23. Boehner is the latest Republican to venture into late-night, with former President George W. Bush having appeared on "The Tonight Show" in...
  • Obamacare fix met with skepticism, Republican heckling

    President Obama sought Thursday to quell some of the anger sparked by the troubled rollout of health insurance exchanges as part of his signature domestic program, the Affordable Care Act. A plan announced by the president would allow Americans to...
  • Scattered returns: As New Jersey goes, Virginia doesn't

    Only the most addicted political buffs will read much into the results of this year's off-off-year elections. But to the commentators, critics, climbers and just fans hooked on politics, a most powerful hallucinogenic, there may be all kinds of deep...
  • George W. Bush to Guest on 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno'

    Former President George W. Bush will be a guest on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" on Nov. 19, marking the fourth time that he has appeared on the show. He'll also be the latest political figure to appear on the show. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) sat down...
  • Rep. Gary Miller targeted in TV ad pushing for immigration vote

    Rep. Gary Miller targeted in TV ad pushing for immigration vote
    WASHINGTON -- For Rep. Gary Miller and voters in his Inland Empire district, this is just the beginning: A television ad began airing Thursday in the Republican’s district seeking to ratchet up pressure on him to support a pathway to citizenship for...
  • Do gubernatorial elections point to midcourse correction for GOP?

    WASHINGTON -- Because New Jersey and Virginia are the only two states that choose their governors in the first year after a presidential election, much significance -- perhaps too much -- is ascribed to the results of this week's elections. Tuesday's...
  • Anthony Weiner & Ted Cruz's Excellent Latenight Adventures With Bill Maher & Jay Leno

    Ted Cruz and Anthony Weiner don't see eye to eye on much politically, and they're at very different stages of their careers. Yet they had one thing in common Friday, as both ventured into the waters of latenight comedy: Cruz, the filibustering Texas...
  • Pack of lies: How the GOP's phony 'court packing' accusation could backfire

     
    Will it work? Republican critics are accusing President Barack Obama of "court packing" for his effort to fill three vacancies on the 11-judge U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, a panel widely considered to be the......