and Bob Cusack 12/10/13 06:00 AM EST
Rep. James Sensenbrenner Jr. doesn’t mince his words about the NSA bill.
Erik Wasson and Russell Berman 12/09/13 08:30 PM EST
Leaders are preparing to unveil a budget deal that could be quickly jammed through the House.
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For some opponents of an immigration overhaul, the hire is seen as cause for alarm.
The lawmakers want the administration to expand its deferred action program to adults.
“We’re trying to get them to be a little more sensitive,” the Speaker said.
At news conference, Speaker downplayed the likelihood of imminent agreements.
Congressional tax writers put K Street on notice that tax breaks won’t be renewed.
House Republicans are considering various legislative options.
Rebecca Tallent will start her new job as assistant to the Speaker on Wednesday.
The Democratic whip said he can't support a bill that keeps federal spending at $967 billion.
“It is time for the other chamber to get serious,” Boehner said.
Negotiators hope to finish budget, farm bill and water projects conference reports soon.
The post may not come open for a while, but the next generation is waiting.
Senior tax writers are beginning to draw their own lines for reform.
“Like many Americans, my experience was pretty frustrating,” Boehner wrote.
The Democrat said the Speaker is playing politics in decision not to pursue ethics charges.
"No budget, no vacation," Rep. Chris Van Hollen said.
Rep. Trey Radel has pleaded guilty to cocaine possession and is taking a leave of absence.
The Speaker renewed his commitment to the issue without laying out plans for a vote.
“I knew this day would come,” the Florida Republican said.
He's the first sitting congressman to be convicted of a drug offense in more than 30 years.
Rep. Trey Radel (R-Fla.) plead guilty on Wednesday to possessing cocaine.
Rep. James Sensenbrenner Jr. said he's preparing to throw his weight behind reform.
Democrats accused GOP leaders of eschewing compromise at risk of another government shutdown.
A top House Democrat is urging Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to change Senate rules.
The GOP Senate leader met with his House counterparts to encourage unity in budget talks.
GOP officials have long claimed that Obama has violated the law and Constitution.
House Republicans don't have much to show for their majority in 113th Congress.
Democrats are caught between maintaining party unity and next year's elections.
“Honestly, I think [it] undermines the program,” Rep. Ellison said.
Dem leader said it was "outrageous" the Speaker said immigration reform push is over.
Republicans launched a fresh attack on ObamaCare by claiming it hurts students.
“I just don’t see, within the law, their ability to do that,” the Speaker said.
The Dem leader said reports of divisions among Democrats on ObamaCare have been exaggerated.
The high-profile rollout continues to struggle.
The House Speaker ruled out House negotiations with the Senate.
Leaders oppose the legislation, which would allow people to keep current health plans.
The teenagers told the Speaker their parents were in danger of deportation.
The meeting included the CBC’s newest member, Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.).
Two Texas Republicans were about to take a leap. A big one.
House Republicans hope to keep the White House on the defensive over ObamaCare this week.
Democrats in both chambers are working behind the scenes to re-install voting protections.