A centerpiece of the House and Senate Republican budgets is a plan to take away health care from 14.3-20.5 million Americans.
It took President Obama less than a minute to destroy the Republican budget proposal by pointing out the many failures of the conservative financial fantasy blueprint.
John Boehner's House Benghazi Select Committee has wasted $2.1 million in taxpayer money investigating the already disproven Republican Benghazi conspiracy theory, and it is time for taxpayers to demand a refund.
Senate Democrats have handed Mitch McConnell another defeat, as they refused to yield to his threats by blocking a human trafficking bill that contains poison bill abortion language.
Fingers are already being pointed at Speaker of the House John Boehner for the potential defeat of Netanyahu in Israel. Some argue that Boehner's partisan handling of the Netanyahu invitation created an unnecessary distraction for the Israeli Prime Minister.
A new CNN/ORC poll found that the number of Americans who say that they would be proud to have Hillary Clinton as president has increased in the wake of the media/Republican created email scandal.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest called out Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for lying about why he is delaying the nomination of Loretta Lynch to be the next Attorney General.
By using a strategy of going on offense with a clear and strong agenda, President Obama has been dominating John Boehner and Mitch McConnell's Republican majority in Congress.
Sen. Tom Cotton wasn't satisfied with mangling the Constitution on CBS's Face The Nation. Cotton revealed how little he knows by also not appearing to be aware that Tehran is the capital of Iran.
Speaker of the House John Boehner will announce this week that he is going to waste millions of taxpayer dollars on a House investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails.
President Obama made a joke at the Gridiron Dinner that gutted the Republican dreams of a Hillary Clinton email scandal.
Sec. of State John Kerry ripped Senate Republicans for spreading false information via their unconstitutional letter to Iran.
Mitch McConnell offered up a lie filled defense of the act of sabotage that he committed against President Obama, but no amount of lies can quell the growing rage of millions of Americans.
Scott Walker's new foreign policy embarrassment occurred in New Hampshire today where he compared combating terrorists like ISIS to a computer virus.
Republicans are admitting anonymously that the Senate GOP attempt to sabotage President Obama with a letter to Iran has turned into a disaster.
The same House Republicans who want to subpoena Hillary Clinton's emails have made sure that they aren't required to save their own emails.
During an interview, Sen. Bernie Sanders demonstrated to the media that their obsession with Hillary Clinton's emails is not shared with the American people.
President Obama had strong words for the Republicans who signed the letter Iran. The president said in the trailer for his interview with Vice that Republicans embarrassed themselves by sending the letter to a government that they consider to be their "mortal enemy."
The White House petition demanding that the forty-seven Republicans who signed the letter to Iran has surpassed 230,000 signatures in less than three days as the outrage over the overt act of Republican sabotage is showing no signs of slowing.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) offered up the lamest Republican excuse possible for the GOP's treasonous letter to Iran. McCain admitted that he didn't read the letter carefully because he was in a hurry to leave Washington before a snowstorm arrived.