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U.S. Government Shutdown (2013)

U.S. Government Shutdown (2013)
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  • Pelosi binds Democrats, with assist from Republicans

    The Democrats have little say in the agenda of the Republican-run House, and no dispassionate expert predicts the party will win control in the November elections. More likely is a Republican House majority for at least three or four more elections. That...
  • Democrats' impeachment fixation

    Democrats' impeachment fixation
    "Sorry to email you late on a Friday, but I need your urgent support," Nancy Pelosi wrote me. The House minority leader went on to explain that, "for the first time in history, Congress voted to sue a sitting president." And "Today: the White House...
  • Ted Cruz brings tea party populism to Florida fundraising circuit

    Ted Cruz brings tea party populism to Florida fundraising circuit
    U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas is visiting South Florida to help the Republican Party raise money — and at the same time audition for donors and activists who could prove valuable if he runs for president. Cruz, who's become a favorite of the tea...
  • Boehner criticizes GOP groups again, but also wants to move on

    On the day after declaring war on the conservative groups that helped propel his party to power in the House, Speaker John Boehner on Thursday was advancing a two-pronged strategy—delivering another brush-back pitch at them while arguing that...
  • House Speaker Boehner lashes out at conservative groups

    House Speaker Boehner lashes out at conservative groups
    WASHINGTON — In an uncharacteristically forceful tone, House Speaker John A. Boehner on Wednesday lambasted the conservative advocacy groups that helped bring his party to power, saying their opposition to a bipartisan budget proposal amounted to an...
  • Ted Cruz woos Republicans in South Florida

    Ted Cruz woos Republicans in South Florida
    U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas is visiting South Florida to help the Republican Party raise money — and at the same time audition for donors and activists who could prove valuable if he runs for president. More coverage over in the righthand column...
  • Wasserman Schultz says Florida Republicans prove they're out of touch by embracing Ted Cruz

    Wasserman Schultz says Florida Republicans prove they're out of touch by embracing Ted Cruz
    Original post | 2:05 p.m. Updated with Democratic National Committee missive, above | 4:43 p.m. U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Weston, chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, isn’t bothered by the Florida campaign swing by U.S....
  • Ted Cruz woos Florida Republicans during Palm Beach event

    Ted Cruz woos Florida Republicans during Palm Beach event
    He amped up the criticism of President Barack Obama. He dialed down the my-way-or-the-highway zeal that often infuriates his fellow Republicans. And he left Florida political activists pumped up and buzzing over whether he'll run for president. "Ted...
  • The Next Frontier: The Brain

    "So the last shall be first, and the first last." This quote from the King James Bible is my response to Scientific American's Top 10 stories of 2013. Their tenth-ranked story about the BRAIN initiative is my top story for the year. I refer to Brain...
  • After horrible year, Obama's Christmas break couldn't come soon enough

    WASHINGTON -- As President Obama tries to enjoy his Christmas vacation in Hawaii (the land of his birth, as recognized by most Americans except the diehard fringe still casting him as a foreigner), he has a lot to reflect on. In his last White House...
  • Louisiana's Mary Landrieu adopts risky strategy in bid to keep Senate seat

    METAIRIE, La. — In the months before Congress passed the president's healthcare law, Sen. Mary L. Landrieu faced a deluge: The office phones rang off the hook, the mail was heavy and a few restive constituents — well aware of the cameras...