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Dwight L. Schwab Jr.
The question of reopening the government received the same intransigent answer; 'Absolutely not,' was Boehner's reply without face-to-face negotiations with the Senate and Obama.
Hatch is the Senate's most senior Republican and ranking member of the Senate Finance Committee.
Since June, 2012 11 million Americans have been receiving disability benefits. Total cost to the taxpayers was $132 billion the previous year, which exceeds the combined annual budgets of the Departments of Agriculture, Homeland Security, Commerce,
At Fox, Will's responsibilities will include analysis and commentary. The Pulitzer Prize winner will appear on 'Special Report with Bret Baier' and 'Fox News Sunday,' according to the network.
Hundreds of World War II veterans came from Mississippi on Honor Flights to visit their memorial on the Washington Mall. The memorial was blocked due to the government shutdown.
Is Obama afraid of delaying Obamacare? Will his legacy be empty? What is the hurry all about? Why are the media lapdogs silent?
With these new statistics, it's highly doubtful the GOP-dominated House will pass legislation that could form the basis for a final deal with the Democratic-controlled Senate before the 2014 midterm elections.
1,004 adults were polled. Fifty-two percent adamantly oppose the Affordable Care Act, and 55 percent disapprove of Obama's methods of implementing the law.
Some say Obama is badly weakened, and he is manufacturing a problem, to rally his own troops. It would be much better to manufacture some jobs instead
The lowest third-place finish of the three as 'Meet the Press' continues to lose thousands of viewers a week and slide into the ratings abyss.
The shooter responsible for the deaths of twelve innocent people during a violent shooting rampage at the Washington Navy Yards Monday was 'obsessed' with violent video games, a new report claims.
President Obama's Syrian accusations Tuesday night left most feeling the whole situation is anti-climatic. It didn't take long for reaction to come.
The fact that President Barack Obama feels he must ask Congress for authorization to attack Syria may be the straw that broke the camel's back in his presidency.