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Trump versus the Congressional Budget Office

Trump versus the Congressional Budget Office

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Live feed of Trump's press conference

Live feed of Trump's press conference

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Democrats seek to label healthcare reform as 'Trumpcare'

Democrats seek to label healthcare reform as 'Trumpcare'

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New procedural rule allows Congress to slash federal jobs and spending

New procedural rule allows Congress to slash federal jobs and spending

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Republican in hot water over charges for his pet rabbit

Republican in hot water over charges for his pet rabbit

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FBI has no legal obligation to release details of renewed Clinton investigation

FBI has no legal obligation to release details of renewed Clinton investigation

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Congress is called to stop 'Obamacare bailout'

Congress is called to stop 'Obamacare bailout'

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Obama administration and military concealed real threat of ISIS

Obama administration and military concealed real threat of ISIS

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Obama in Asia: still getting things done at home with executive actions

Obama in Asia: still getting things done at home with executive actions

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Democratic senator says Trump will break congressional gridlock

Democratic senator says Trump will break congressional gridlock

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Texas Republican says 'slush funds' fuel government land grabs

Texas Republican says 'slush funds' fuel government land grabs

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Spending bill includes provisions for foreign workers, cats, dogs, and salt in school lunches

Spending bill includes provisions for foreign workers, cats, dogs, and salt in school lunches

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Rep. Chaffetz grills DHS and State for not deporting rapists, criminals

Rep. Chaffetz grills DHS and State for not deporting rapists, criminals

Congressman Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) says he has no confidence in the Obama administration vetting process for visa issuance.

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Pelosi said Democrats had Boehner's 'back' despite Tea Party Republicans

Pelosi said Democrats had Boehner's 'back' despite Tea Party Republicans

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Federal bureaucrats get pay raise: labor unions happy

Federal bureaucrats get pay raise: labor unions happy

Currently, federal workers earn significantly more in income than private sector workers.

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Condemned: United Nations 'ideological colonialism'

Condemned: United Nations 'ideological colonialism'

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Fifty-five House Democrats recognize Obama has failed in Mideast

Fifty-five House Democrats recognize Obama has failed in Mideast

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The next House Majority Leader may determine GOP course

The next House Majority Leader may determine GOP course

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Progressive Democrat makes gains in Maryland Senate race

Progressive Democrat makes gains in Maryland Senate race

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Conservative Values Summit applauds Boehner's departure

Conservative Values Summit applauds Boehner's departure

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Reaction to Speaker Boehner's resignation

Reaction to Speaker Boehner's resignation

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Speaker Boehner to resign his post; Pelosi says it's 'seismic'

Speaker Boehner to resign his post; Pelosi says it's 'seismic'

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Pope Francis' Argentina sees declining distribution of wealth

Pope Francis' Argentina sees declining distribution of wealth

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U.S. congressional delegation attacked in Israel

U.S. congressional delegation attacked in Israel

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Congressional Black Caucus chair indicted on racketeering charges

Congressional Black Caucus chair indicted on racketeering charges

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Fed audit: Congress creates programs that already exist

Fed audit: Congress creates programs that already exist

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Senate minority leader calls it quits

Senate minority leader calls it quits

Democratic minority leader Harry Reid was injured on New Year's Day. He is now quitting and opening up the field.

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What & when did Obama know about Clinton's emails?

What & when did Obama know about Clinton's emails?

Clinton said she 'opted for convenience' in allegedly circumventing federal rules about official correspondence by using a private email account and server.

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Sheriff Obama takes on Syria

Sheriff Obama takes on Syria

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Sebelius: 'Someone lives, someone dies' in response to organ transplant plea

Sebelius: 'Someone lives, someone dies' in response to organ transplant plea

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Obama turns down lobster because his food 'taster' was not present

Obama turns down lobster because his food 'taster' was not present

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Hercules C-130: An epic tale of military aviation and pork spending

Hercules C-130: An epic tale of military aviation and pork spending

Spending cuts for DoD could start with the ghost fleet of cargo aircraft.

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Christians express concern over growing anti-Semitism

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America must control its budget, or fade away

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Why does Iran support Hagel's nomination to SecDef?

Why does Iran support Hagel's nomination to SecDef?

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Obama offers equality to same-sex immigrant marriages

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The banning of sex-selective abortion gains momentum

The banning of sex-selective abortion gains momentum

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TSA reports to Congress 25,000 security breaches

TSA reports to Congress 25,000 security breaches

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Obama gives Congress a 'honey-do' list

Obama gives Congress a 'honey-do' list

Likening it to a list of things to do that he might receive from Mrs. Obama, the President gives Congress 5 points to accomplish this election year.

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Obama's new Executive Order prepares U.S. for oil interruption

Obama's new Executive Order prepares U.S. for oil interruption

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President Obama: Let's end subsidies for Big Oil

President Obama: Let's end subsidies for Big Oil

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Va. Congressman objects to ad telling Obama to go to Hell

Va. Congressman objects to ad telling Obama to go to Hell

A sign at the Washington DC Metro system was found offensive by a Democratic lawmaker.

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Shutdown of human rights commission barely averted

Shutdown of human rights commission barely averted

Congressman Frank Wolf (R) of Virginia was foremost in defending the necessary funding for the US Commission on International Religious Freedom.

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Investigative author Edwin Black to give testimony on racist eugenics

Investigative author Edwin Black to give testimony on racist eugenics

Black has been called to testify to the Judiciary Committee of the US House of Representatives as it considers the Pre-Natal Non-Discrimination Act that would restrict abortion on the basis of race.

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On a Day like Today: American bankruptcy

On a Day like Today: American bankruptcy

In 1993, US Rep. Traficant warned that the US was then facing 'chapter 11.'

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U.S. Congress Members Split On Response To Alleged Iranian Plot

Members of the U.S. Congress appear to be split as to how Washington should respond to an alleged Iranian plot to assassinate the Saudi ambassador in the U.S. capital.

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