State of the Union
"I just don't believe the votes are there," Rep. Bill Shuster said.
But big talk from both sides has failed to identify an agreeable funding plan.
Obama called for Congress to pass a “bipartisan infrastructure plan.”
The Ways and Means chairman praised Obama for his remarks on trade.
The president said American leadership has stopped ISIS's advance.
Obama wasn’t about to let last year’s elections damper his second-to-last State of the Union.
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Potential 2016 hopeful lambasted the president on social media and cable news.
Rep. Curt Clawson (R-Fla.) framed the Tea Party as an inclusive movement.
“I have no more campaigns to run,” Obama said. “I know because I won both of them.”
"It's time to finish the job," the president said of closing the facility.
Obama also called gay marriage a civil right.
Obama left patent reform out of the State of the Union address.
McConnell said he was heartened by comments on cybersecurity and trade.
Jarrett says women get equal pay for equal work at White House.
"I think the president is living in a make-believe world," Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) said.
He made no mention of Sen. Mitch McConnell’s recent ascension to majority leader.
The large field of potential White House hopefuls bashed President Obama's speech.
President urged Congress to grant him explicit authority to use force against ISIS.
“You’ll see a lot of serious work in this new Congress," the Iowa Republican said.
Obama said a sanctions bill "will all but guarantee that diplomacy fails."
He called for reforms to the criminal justice system.
The president's speech clocked in at just over an hour.
Obama threatened to veto GOP efforts to undermine his executive actions.