What Man hasn't said these things about women, once in there life, or women about men. Grow up......
House Speaker Paul D. Ryan said Friday that he was “sickened” by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s disparaging remarks about women captured on video, which Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell also described as “repugnant.” [...]
Defense Department officials were pressured to skew their reports on the military campaign against the Islamic State, according to a House GOP task force. [...]
Barack Obama levelled some of his sharpest criticisms of Donald Trump following the Republican presumptive nominee's blistering immigration and national security speech on Monday. [...]
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is holding her fire on Republicans when it comes to Puerto Rico. [...]
In January 2017, the most powerful nation on earth will have a new leader, after a drawn out and expensive campaign - but how does a US presidential election work? [...]
Super Tuesday can be a day of reckoning for campaigns - exposing candidates who can't complete on the national stage and instantly catapulting others to the nomination. [...]
Republican Donald Trump wins another state in his White House quest and knocks Jeb Bush out of the race, as Democrat Hillary Clinton also triumphs. [...]
The White House will attempt to enlist Silicon Valley’s major technology firms in its efforts to combat terrorism on Friday when a delegation of the most senior intelligence officials fly to California to meet with executives from companies including Facebook, Twitter, Apple, Microsoft, YouTube and others.
A copy of the agenda obtained by the Guardian indicates the White House seeks more or less to channel Silicon Valley’s talent into its war against Islamic State and other extremist groups. [...]
Nearly half of the 23 non-profit insurance plans created under Obamacare in 2011 at a cost of $2.4 billion have announced they will close by the end of the year. Utah’s Arches Health Plan on Tuesday became the 10th health insurance co-op to announce that it was closing its doors. With a new Affordable Care Act enrollment period beginning on Sunday, many of the co-ops on shaky financial ground must decide before then whether to remain in business or shut their doors. [...]
Noted political economist and former Labor Secretary under President Clinton, Robert Reich, says Donald Trump is not going away. He sat down with Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer for an interview before a live audience at LiveTalksLA, and laid out his argument for why so-called outsider candidates like Donald Trump on the Republican side and Bernie Sanders on the Democratic side are having a moment. [...]
With Republicans muscling a balanced-budget plan through the Senate, Congress is positioned for months of battling President Barack Obama over the GOP's goals of slicing spending and dismantling his health care law. [...]
"It helped him consolidate his coalition," the congressman said. [...]
This will drive up community college costs--at taxpayers' expense.
The Obama administration announced Thursday that it will propose two years of “free” community college, paid for by taxpayers, for students maintaining a “C” or better average. The federal government would finance three-quarters of the costs, and the administration says it hopes the remainder would be financed by states. [...]
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is looking for vendors to run its 'National Data Warehouse,' a database for 'capturing, aggregating, and analyzing information' related to beneficiary and customer experiences with Medicare and the federal Obamacare marketplaces. [...]
Mother Jones DC bureau chief David Corn spoke at the Chicago Humanities Festival in November, touching on the aftermath of the midterm elections, what lies ahead in 2016, and the continued fallout from the 47% video. [...]