Rep. Nancy Pelosi, second from left, and other leaders meet with President Barack Obama in the White House on Nov. 7.
Rep. Nancy Pelosi, second from left, and other leaders meet with President Barack Obama in the White House on Nov. 7. Evan Vucci The Associated Press
Rep. Nancy Pelosi, second from left, and other leaders meet with President Barack Obama in the White House on Nov. 7. Evan Vucci The Associated Press

Despite losses, Pelosi’s power in the House remains undiminished

November 15, 2014 04:01 PM

UPDATED November 16, 2014 12:30 AM

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