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  • Thom Tillis, North Carolina's newly elected senator, surveys his new terrain

    WASHINGTON Expect the U.S. Senate under Republican control to focus on jobs and the budget and to get a lot done next year, Republican Sen.-elect Thom Tillis of North Carolina said in an interview Wednesday, after a bipartisan day of orientation on...
  • Obama faces limits on how to handle immigration

    Obama faces limits on how to handle immigration
    In any debate, facts are most important. Such is the case with President Obama's promise to enact immigration reform before the end of the year. To the more than 11 million undocumented workers living in the United States, the president's promise...
  • Obama will be presidential obstructionist

    In this session of Congress, there have been more than 350 bills sent to the Senate that haven't gone anywhere except to Harry Reid's inbox. The immigration bill is sitting in John Boehner's inbox. Nothing has moved because both sides want everything...
  • Senate moves to consider bill to limit NSA surveillance

    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) moved Wednesday to take up legislation that would curtail some of the bulk collection of Americans’ telephone data. Reid filed notice that he would hold a procedural vote, probably next week, on a bill...
  • Political Shifts Threaten Sane Energy Policy

    Political Shifts Threaten Sane Energy Policy
    With Republican Mitch McConnell the almost certain Senate majority leader, local representation from coal-rich Kentucky will send the nation back to the dark ages of energy policy. The forward progress made by the Environmental Protection Agency on...
  • Congress returns to Washington � and to partisan angling

    WASHINGTON A week after voters signaled they wanted change in Washington, Congress came back to town Wednesday and gave them more of the same. Leaders from both parties in the House of Representatives and the Senate pledged bipartisan cooperation, but...
  • Lame-duck Congress faces a full agenda, and many obstacles

    Lame-duck Congress faces a full agenda, and many obstacles
    Congress returns this week to a changed atmosphere after the Republican midterm election sweep — but before any new agenda is launched, old business must be finished. Lawmakers have just four weeks to approve must-pass bills to fund the...
  • Obama: Great at running for president, lousy at everything else

    Obama: Great at running for president, lousy at everything else
    We know Barack Obama is good at least one thing -- getting Barack Obama elected president of the United States. How good he is at being president of the United States is a subject of considerable debate. A less debatable proposition: He is just plain...
  • Forget Repeal and replace. Repair Obamacare.

    Forget Repeal and replace. Repair Obamacare.
    Whew! Tough week for Obamacare. On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a legal challenge to the tax subsidies that are provided to thousands of people who obtained health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. If the high court finds...
  • Congress should get busy passing bills

    Congress should get busy passing bills
    America spoke pretty loudly the other day that Obama's policies aren't working. The rich are OK and the stock market is booming, but thoughjoblessness is decreasing, wages are flagging and the middle class is taking the brunt of the weakest recovery in...
  • Obama told Congressional leaders he will act on immigration, setting up possible showdown

    Republican victors of Tuesday's U.S. congressional elections broke bread with Democratic President Barack Obama on Friday. On the menu besides sea bass: whether the two sides can put aside differences and agree on some legislation in the two years to...