June 2014 Archive

Hillary Clinton's money problem

Party operatives agree that her strategy on her wealth is not working and needs to change fast.

Blacks to Thad Cochran: You owe us

Members of the Congressional Black Caucus are already talking about what they want Cochran to do.

Big unions could take big SCOTUS hit

Leaders fear the court could undo laws that would decimate union membership and finances.

Ex-P&G executive tapped to lead Veterans' Affairs

The president will formally announce his pick on Monday.

Jarrett: Michelle Obama won’t run

“No. I’m absolutely 100 percent positive that will never happen.”

Johnson to visit border facilities in Texas

MCALLEN, Texas (AP) – Homeland Security Secretary Jeh (Jay) Johnson is traveling to South Texas to tour Border Patrol facilities amid the ongoing crush of ...

Inside the Beltway: The beautiful truth about America

There’s some surprising showbiz acknowledgment for the power of American exceptionalism, a belief already well known to grass-roots folk and patriots. Case in point: A ...

Republican's turn to courts for resolution a new tack that signals rise of libertarians

House Speaker John A. Boehner’s call to sue President Obama for overstepping the bounds of executive authority marks a stunning break for Republicans, who for ...

50 VA hospital workers claim retaliation for blowing whistle on the horrors they saw

When Valerie Riviello, a nurse at a Veterans Affairs facility in New York, saw the clinic restrain a sexual assault survivor to a bed for ...

Lawmakers aim curb medical research on foster children with 'Justina's Law'

In the wake of the Justina Pelletier custody saga, a bipartisan group of House lawmakers have introduced a bill to limit federal funding for medical ...

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