Government spending on renewables and other green energy programs would be halved and incandescent light bulbs dropped from federal regulation under the fiscal 2014 Energy-Water Development appropriations bill passed today in the House.
The path to re-election for Marcy Kaptur, the longest-serving woman in the U.S. House of Representatives, started with a race against the Boy Mayor and will end when she confronts Joe the Plumber.
U.S. Representatives Dennis Kucinich and Marcy Kaptur, both Democrats, will run against each other for their party’s nomination next year to represent a reconfigured Ohio congressional district.
Ohio Representative Marcy Kaptur defeated her long-time House colleague Dennis Kucinich for the Democratic nomination to represent Ohio’s redrawn 9th Congressional District.
The forensic investigation of the Boston Marathon bombing is developing a preliminary picture of how it was done, though not yet who might have done it.
U.S. Representative Dennis Kucinich’s exit from Congress is among many setbacks defining his 42-year political career, dating to a 1978 attempt to recall him as the “boy mayor” of Cleveland.
Meet Donna Edwards of Maryland, a veteran congresswoman who represents the new face of Democrats in the U.S. House.
Democrats are ready to install women in some of the highest positions available to the minority party in the U.S. House.
U.S. mortgage servicers face a new era of tighter oversight as regulators seek to cut the number of botched foreclosures and increase loan modifications for struggling borrowers.
President Barack Obama rode the federal auto bailout and an improving state economy to win Ohio, a state both sides fought to win for its potential to decide the U.S. presidential race.
"With Citizens United, the elections of today are completely unpredictable."
- Marcy Kaptur on May 03, 2012
Kaptur Discusses Payroll Tax Cut Debate