By Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. House of Representative Speaker John Boehner said on Thursday he wants his fellow Republicans to be more "sensitive" as they seek to appeal to women voters in next year's congressional elections.
According to a new Gallup poll, Americans are more frustrated with Congress than ever before. In the aftermath of the government shutdown in October, who can blame them? Here is one solution for all those who are fed up with the dysfunction of ...
The junior senator from Kentucky invoked the memory and optimistic conservatism of Jack F. Kemp in a Dec. 6 speech to the Detroit Economic Club, calling on the federal government to unshackle the people and spirit of the Motor City.
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Recently, the Gazette (Nov. 30) carried a guest column and political cartoon designed to make the unprecedented actions of Sen.
According to Pelosi, when women succeed, America succeeds Yesterday I got an e-mail from an awful candidate running for an open House seat in northeast Iowa, Swati Dandekar. Blue America is backing the progressive running for that seat, Pat Murphy.
I speak to plenty of Democrats who want Clinton as their party's presidential nominee for one reason: she's seen as the Democrats' best chance to hold the White House. A policy agenda almost never comes into play in their thinking.
With retooled campaign, Mia Love confident she can take down Democrat Jim Matheson.