Democrats have reportedly lost confidence in Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and are concerned she's putting her personal ambition above the needs of the party.
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The House voted overwhelmingly to pass a bill to audit the Federal Reserve Wednesday (333-92).
California Sen. Barbara Boxer was absolutely shocked Wednesday that senators would aim angry comments at Secretary of State John Kerry, while he was testifying before committee about the U.S. strategy for dealing with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
House Minority leader Nancy Pelosi said she would not vote for a return of troops on the ground in Iraq under any circumstances, because that would only exacerbate the violence.
Republican Rep. Jim Jordan expressed frustration in the first public hearing of the Benghazi Select Committee Wednesday that the State Department is not taking the recommendations of a best practices panel seriously.
The National Rifle Association is spending millions this week on behalf of Republicans in three key Senate races.
Asked whether the Dems are lining up to protect former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the upcoming Benghazi hearings, Rep. Luis Gutierrez said she doesn't need political cover.
Democratic Rep. Charlie Rangel said if this country is willing to declare war on the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), then every citizen should have to pay a tangible price.
Lawmakers in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania are working to adopt English as the official state language.
House Democrats have created a website to prove the ongoing Benghazi investigation is a waste of time, because all of the important questions have been answered.
MTV reality star Chet Cannon called House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi a 'special breed of idiot' after she said Monday Democrats treated President Bush better than Republicans treat President Obama.
Volunteers for Arizona's Democratic nominee for governor and sitting congressman flew a Mexican flag -- and only a Mexican flag -- on their parade float over the weekend.
Donuts for school students are out, but 590-calorie "Jumbo Honeybuns" are still very much IN at the break room at the White House press office.
Multiple college students signed a petition to support the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) last week.
A Daily Caller op-ed predicted almost a month ago what a military source recently told Fox News: The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has used information broadcast by the Obama administration to better secure its remaining hostages.
Voters in battleground states are not happy with the economy or the way the president is handling it, according to a new Politico poll.
Democratic Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes is shooting guns again in an effort to distance herself from the president, as she battles Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell for the Kentucky seat.(RELATED: McConnell Vs. Grimes: The Tortoise And The Hair)
Asked what the Senate should do first if Republicans win it back in November, Nevada Republican Rep. Mark Amodei said it doesn't really matter as long as it gets something done.
Republican and Democratic reps answer the question: Are we safer now as a nation than we were 13 years ago on Sept. 11?