By a vote of 51-48 Senate Democrats have blocked progress on a bill that would have overturned President Obama's immigration executive actions.
A new YouGov survey has found that the two titans of the Democratic Party, President Obama and former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton have been named the most admired man and woman in the United States.
At a Senate Budget Committee hearing on President Obama's budget proposal, ranking member Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) destroyed the Republican myth of wealthy job creators who must be given tax cuts.
The White House has issued a strong statement that not only rebukes the latest Republican attempt to repeal the ACA, but also promises to veto the bill.
President Obama took out one of the biggest myths about his presidency while discussing his 2016 budget. The president took aim at Republican distortions by saying, "Since I took office, we've cut the deficit by about two-thirds."
President Obama delivered a message to Congressional Republicans during an interview before the Super Bowl. He is not going to concede anything to them because they won a midterm election
Netanyahu's Ambassador Ron Dermer figured Super Bowl Sunday was a great day to kick sand in the President's face by tweeting "Breaking Protocol, Choosing Sides: Go Patriots.
Sen. McCain admitted on CNN that even he wouldn't support Sarah Palin if she would run for president in 2016.
It only took one foreign policy question on ABC's This Week for Gov. Scott Walker's potential 2016 presidential campaign to fall completely apart.
President Obama is putting Republicans on notice. The president told Republicans today that he wanted to see their ideas for helping the middle-class. In other words, it is time for Republicans to put up, or shut up.
Every one of the Koch Republicans, and their oily Democratic cohorts, who voted to approve a State Department construction permit for TransCanada to build the KeystoneXL pipeline across America's international border with Canada are guilty of violating the Constitution's long-standing Separation of Powers.
In an attempt to justify and mitigate Prime Minister Netanyahu's acceptance of an invitation to speak to Congress, Ron Dermer, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's ambassador to the U.S., basically threw Speaker Boehner (R-OH) under the bus.
Media reports stating the Mitt Romney was definitely running for president in 2016 were circulating, but those reports turned out to be completely inaccurate as Romney announced that he won't be running.
During remarks at the House Democratic Issues Conference, President Obama made it clear that he will "happily" veto the 60th attempt by House Republicans to repeal Obamacare.
The Senate passed a bill authorizing the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline today, but Republicans did not pick up enough votes to override President Obama's expected veto.
Despite the protests of Republicans and red state conservatives, millions of people in Republican controlled states have enrolled in the federal health insurance exchange. The Republican efforts to stop Obamacare at the state level have been a failure.
House Democrats accused Speaker Boehner of undermining the President's foreign policy and inviting a foreign leader to influence United States policy.
Republicans are so worried about Hillary Clinton that they are trying to recruit Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) to run against the former Secretary of State.
President Obama's approval rating has improved by 22 points in the Gallup poll since Republicans won control of Congress. Obama's opposition to the Republican agenda is making the president more popular while destroying the myth of a GOP mandate.
A new Kaiser Health Tracking Poll found that Congressional Republicans are living in a difference universe from most Americans. The poll found that 64% of Americans want to Congress to act to restore ACA subsidies if the Supreme Court rules against the health care law.