The National Rifle Association‘s assumed stranglehold on Senate GOP has manifested itself in the voting against a law that would block suspected terrorists, the mentally unfit and felons from purchasing guns.
As the federal government shutdown enters its 10th day, President Barack Obama has taken an increasingly aggressive stance in demanding House Republicans pass a budget bill to end the ongoing crisis. Wednesday (Oct. 9), Obama and House Democrats met to discuss an end to the shutdown and raise the looming debt limit that threatens to […]
Newark Mayor Cory Booker announced that he will run for Senate in place of late New Jersey Senator Frank Lautenberg. The New Jersey politician announced the move during a press conference Saturday (June 8).
President Obama is giving the first State of the Union address of his second term. With the country’s financial situation still not fully recovered, the president will encourage the nation to help “reignite the true engine,” as it relates to growth of the economy.
Tagg Romney, son of former presidential hopeful, Mitt Romney, is potentially gearing up to run for a Senate seat, the Boston Herald reports. Tagg made the decision after Scott Brown passed on the chance to grab the Massachusetts seat.
The U.S. Senate confirmed Sen. John Kerry as Secretary of State in a 94-3 vote Wednesday (Jan. 29). President Obama chose Kerry to succeed Hillary Clinton last month, making him one of the first main cabinet appointments of his second term.
Now that the celebration is over, President Obama is ready to begin his second term, and his cup runneth over with items to tackle. The commander is set to get to work on fiscal deadlines, including the debt limit, which is expected to be raised following a House vote, tomorrow.