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  • Tea Party Dilemma Post-Cantor: Insurgency or Leadership?

    Jockeying for the top two spots on House Speaker John Boehner’s leadership team heated up today as lawmakers returned to Washington after a long weekend in their home districts.

  • Tea Party Dilemma Post-Cantor: Insurgency or Leadership?

    Jockeying for the top two spots on House Speaker John Boehner’s leadership team heated up today as lawmakers returned to Washington after a long weekend in their home districts.

  • House Votes for Panel to Investigate Benghazi Attacks

    The U.S. House of Representatives voted to create a select committee to investigate the 2012 attacks that killed four Americans in Benghazi, Libya, and the White House response that Republicans call a coverup.

  • Jordan Says Health Law Must Be Part of Any Budget Deal

    Representative Jim Jordan, a leading member of the U.S. House’s conservative caucus, said changes to President Barack Obama’s health-care law must be part of any budget deal to end the government shutdown.

  • Closing Wealth Gap May Not Help Democrats Win Back House

    Democrats trying to win back the U.S. House of Representatives this year have seized on the issue of income inequality to beat Republicans.

  • Deficit-Cutting With Taxes Hard Sell to Republicans: Jordan

    A House Democratic leader said a U.S. deficit-cutting agreement can’t include the extension of Bush-era tax cuts, while an influential Republican said his House colleagues won’t back a deal calling for new tax revenue.

  • Defense-Cut Hypocrisy Makes GOP Converge With Democrats

    He’s an anti-tax Republican representative from Ohio. She’s an anti-war Democratic senator from Washington state. Jim Jordan and Patty Murray have little in common, save this: Protecting multibillion-dollar defense projects in their states from budget cuts.

  • Jordan Says Deficit-Cutting With Taxes Hard Sell (Transcript)

    Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio, head of the fiscally conservative Republican Study Committee, said in an interview with Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” airing this weekend, that any U.S. debt- cutting proposal that includes a tax increase would be unlikely to gain a majority of the House’s Republicans.

  • King Says Tea Party Has Lost Shutdown Battle (Transcript)

    Representative Peter King, a New York Republican who opposed the partial U.S. government shutdown from the start, said in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” airing this weekend, that House Republicans aligned with the Tea Party have lost their fight with the president, and that Congress soon will open the government and raise the debt ceiling.

  • IRS’s Lerner Pursued Karl Rove Group, Republicans Allege

    Former Internal Revenue Service official Lois Lerner engaged in an “aggressive and improper pursuit” of Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies, a nonprofit political group advised by Republican Karl Rove, according to the House Ways and Means Committee.

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