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  • Congressional aide resigns after slamming Obama daughters

    Congressional aide resigns after slamming Obama daughters
    An aide to a Republican congressman has resigned after her online criticism of President Barack Obama's teenage daughters drew a critical spotlight to herself. Elizabeth Lauten, who was communications director for U.S. Representative Stephen Fincher, had...
  • House GOP floats multipronged approach to avert government shutdown

    WASHINGTON House Republican leaders took members' temperatures Tuesday morning on a multipart plan to avert a government shutdown and hold President Barack Obama accountable for his recent unilateral changes to immigration law. GOP lawmakers are still...
  • Hogan to meet with Obama

    Hogan to meet with Obama
    President Barack Obama will meet with Maryland Gov.-elect Larry Hogan on Friday to discuss the ways that the administration can partner with states on economic issues, the White House said Tuesday. The White House meeting will also include the newly...
  • Obama girls learn what all presidential kids do: They get slammed

    WASHINGTON The children of presidents have long captured the imagination of Americans and criticism. A TV anchor said Chelsea Clinton had been "pimped out" by her parents. A radio talker called Amy Carter ugly. Susan Ford had her dates critiqued....
  • Democrats' Keystone pipeline bill falls short in Senate vote

    Democrats' Keystone pipeline bill falls short in Senate vote
    The Senate narrowly avoided a postelection showdown between the White House and Congress when a bill authorizing construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline failed to get the 60 votes needed to pass Tuesday. Democratic Senate leaders had...
  • Obama administration reviewing hostage policies, but not ransom ban

    President Obama has ordered a review of his administration’s handling of kidnappings by terrorist organizations, the White House confirmed Tuesday, but that review does not include a reconsideration of U.S. policy against paying ransom for hostages....
  • Obama proposes more body cameras for cops

    WASHINGTON ��President Barack Obama on Monday proposed spending $75 million in federal matching funds to equip as many as 50,000 police officers across the country with body cameras. The announcement came as the president conducted three...
  • Gruber flap reopens not-so-old wounds

    Gruber flap reopens not-so-old wounds
    I understand we've turned the page to the next controversy -- Mr. Obama's unconstitutional immigration pander -- but I'd like to dwell a little longer on the previous travesty. Obama administration health-care consultant Jonathan Gruber was discovered...
  • Congress must exercise its war powers

     Congress must exercise its war powers
    Before Congress leaves the capital for the holidays, House Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) must schedule a vote on an authorization for the war against Islamic State. It's a constitutional imperative....
  • This Washington visit, White House isn't the Heat's house

    This Washington visit, White House isn't the Heat's house
    This time the D.C. accommodations weren't quite as prestigious. For the first time in three years, time in Washington doesn't include time at the White House for the Miami Heat, their two-year NBA championship run ending in June. Monday, that meant...
  • President Obama pardons national Thanksgiving turkey

    President Obama pardons national Thanksgiving turkey
    President Barack Obama pardoned Cheese the national Thanksgiving turkey in a ceremony at the White House on Wednesday. U.S. presidents have been pardoning turkeys since the 1800s as part of the country's national Thanksgiving holiday, when roasted...