Even a key human rights group called out the president for trying to pin the blame for his unfulfilled 2007 promise on Congress.
The administration has often found ways to work around Congress to get money it seeks for transportation projects.
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Two Mississippi counties have more eligible voters than residents.
"I think President Obama is doing a good job and I think he's done a great job on so many issues."
Visible to everyone except for the White House and a pair of AP reporters.
Two-thirds of Senate implores Obama to take "direct action and involvement" to free 600,000 veterans from morass.
Former House speaker: Tsarnaev is part of a "national security" investigation, not a criminal one.
Some opposed congressional agreement on air traffic controllers because it did not repeal Head Start cuts.
Tracy Morgan: "I mean, if we could get guns under control, if we could get rid of them, I'm with all of that."
Not a takeover. A gigantic, unmanageable bureaucratic screw-up.
Two pro-gun women explain their love of shooting and the Second Amendment.
House conservative: "We’re shifting money from one part of Obamacare we don’t support to another part of Obamacare we don’t support."
Harry Reid said this week that Internet sales tax is not a "meaningful" issue to Americans.
No other proposal is economically feasible ... or provides better safety.
The week's five-committee offensive over a consulate attack cover-up is only getting hotter.
Utah GOP Sen. Lee said the legislation is “essential to protecting Fourth Amendment rights and the interests of American citizens.”
Agrees with Obama administration decision to not designate Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as an enemy combatant.
Doing nothing will tell totalitarians that the word of America means nothing. Related: Obama: Yeah, My Syria Red Line is Still in Effect, But…
Langston Bowens is a high school senior at Grosse Pointe South in Michigan, and helped arrange for Sen. Rick Santorum to speak at his school. But a funny thing happened after the speech was announced: School district officials changed their minds and cancelled the event. The story may have ended there, but Langston Bowens refused to be bullied by officials he felt objected to the speech based on their own, personal beliefs, so he took a stand. Col. Allen West sat down with Langston at the Reagan Center library in Santa Barbara to find out how he was able to challenge the system…and win.
The $71 billion request covers across-the-board increases to finance early learning, K-12 improvements, high school retention and career readiness.
Job growth is far weaker than advertised in many blue states.
Despite that body's schooling on what a red line means, lawmakers are livid about the message Obama's sending.
They're “growing smarter, bolder and they’re taking greater risk and increasing danger to our homeland.”
Something for each side to loathe: $740 billion in increased revenue over the next decade and a higher eligibility age for Medicare.