Huelskamp: “Leadership doesn’t like to be challenged to do the right thing."
CPAC: “Isn’t it really the biggest goal of our time to defeat these people, to say no to this radical ideology?”
CPAC: Obama on sequestration "makes Chicken Little look like she’s underestimating.” (Don't miss Next Generation's members-only coverage of CPAC 2013 — featuring former Congressman Allen West and Michelle Fields. Click here to learn more.)
Administration stands firm on sequestration reaction while lawmakers — and schoolkids — try to fight back.
The prognosticating consultant admits "we lost," says he has winning formula. (Don't miss Next Generation's members-only coverage of CPAC 2013 — featuring former Congressman Allen West and Michelle Fields. Click here to learn more.)
First, it was buying senators a nice dinner and having Paul Ryan over for lunch; next, the president heads to the Hill.
The administration paints a dark picture post-cutbacks, while congressional Republicans say the aviation landscape isn't so bleak.
What sequester? Members split for the Presidents Day break for the grand tradition of congressional travel.
President says U.S. isn’t offering enough kids educational opportunities at a time when they are “just sponges soaking stuff in.”
The president’s efforts are sure to attract opposition, even from within his own party.
Shuffle sees close friend with little domestic experience becoming chief of staff, and Jarrett sticking close to "stomp out fires."
With the cuts looming on March 1, expect Obama to talk sequestration tonight. That doesn't mean anyone has a solution.
Who gets those coveted briefing room seats? Who gets called on by the president at a presser? And who gaggled the most?
Reid and McConnell inked out the deal that could impact key bills moving forward.
But Obama's pick for defense secretary might face a filibuster in the full Senate.
And are Republicans racing to get to a comprehensive plan first? Related: 'Path to Citizenship' Part of Immigration Reform — Durbin
So what does the high court's history say? Also read: The Hole in One of Biden's Gun Scare Stories
It's expected that Treasury will not be able to cut the checks starting sometime between Feb. 15 and March 1.
Capitol Hill has no intent of bringing that missing 2 percent back into your paycheck.
Red tape that could cost the public $123.2 billion was a (late) Christmas gift to lawmakers leaving town.
The key isn't disgruntled Republicans so much as a lack of speakers-in-waiting in the wings.
Prospects for the once-favored climate-change legislation appear to have gone up in smoke.
The administration wants Congress' power of the purse, and could even use a constitutional interpretation to get there.
With ranges from $200 billion to $600 billion, McConnell said Obama appears to believe voters will “magically forget that government spending is completely out of control.”