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House leaders announced Thursday that their planned lawsuit against President Barack Obamawould focus on his failure to enforce provisions of the Affordable Care Act, renewing a fight over his landmark health law.
The Senate voted overwhelmingly to confirm Julian Castro as the new secretary of Housing and Urban Development on Wednesday, elevating the rising Democratic star to President Barack Obama's Cabinet.
Congress started July - its last full working month before the November elections - with a full plate. But it may not have the appetite to handle it all.
The crisis in Iraq and broader unrest in the Middle East have exposed a growing rift among Republicans on foreign policy, as skeptics of military intervention have more openly challenged the party's hawkish posture in the post-9/11 era.
WASHINGTON - Democrats headed into the Fourth of July recess facing stiff head winds in their quest to maintain a Senate majority this fall, contending with voters' unease over the economy and a slew of Washington controversies.
WASHINGTON - In his latest attempt to get Congress to spend money to upgrade America's roads and bridges, President Barack Obama debuted a new sales pitch Tuesday: patriotism.
Senate Democrats appear poised to attempt the most significant change to the chamber's rules in nearly four decades: ending the ability of the minority to block executive branch nominations.
The massive leaks of U.S. spying systems caused sharp political and legal aftershocks Tuesday as the Justice Department prepared to file criminal charges against Edward Snowden, a government contractor who has publicly admitted disclosing highly...