"There is going to be a push diplomatically to see what we can do with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict," predicts former special envoy.
“If Congress had listened to the American people" in 1995, argues chairman, "we would not be facing the fiscal crisis we are today."
Professor tells Senate bills under consideration “ride roughshod over” some of the “key rights” in the Constitution.
Will their "Fire Reid" campaign catch on?
“No one is born with values, they have to be taught to us, reinforced. Strong families are the most effective teachers."
"The onus is now on…constituents to find out about these changes," says ACLU attorney.
Will Christie's committee outpace GOP Senate gains or give a boost to struggling races? (For complete 2014 midterm coverage, get your campaign fix on The Grid.)
“When the president gets a cold nationally, he gets pneumonia in the states we care about."
Republicans said Lerner’s response suggests that she had something to hide.
From administrative leave to harassment and humiliation.
Grassley says legislation under consideration "seems to create only a fig leaf of protection for legitimate voter ID laws."
Congress tries to get answers on what caused the influx and what to do about flood of immigrants.
GOPs tell Faith and Freedom Coalition a “hostile takeover” is coming to Washington.
Christie: Obama’s “pulling back of American influence and American ideas across the world is having catastrophic effects.”
Unveiling economic policy proposals for today with an eye to 2016.
Barreto: “You have to have something to beat something. You can’t just be against something."
“As we get further from 9/11, I think the sense of urgency decreases, and so from the Congress on down."
At evangelical conference: “Those of us who love freedom must realize that freedom is not a license to do as you please."
Rogers said the Senate needs to act by August to get the bill to the president’s desk by the end of the year.
GOPs caution that lawmakers should look at "serious negative, unintended consequences of our good intentions."
Even public housing managers with poor records remain in prominent roles by shuffling around, IG finds.
"Stop receiving June 4 criminals as honored guests...Deny them the warmth of your handshake," Chen tells D.C. audience.
Harry Reid's trick to gut a House bill and replace it with the ACA could be judged by Supreme Court.
One senator, though, argues that mandating instead of empowering would kill jobs.
Will Hensarling challenge Boehner for speaker's gavel?