Cruz: Obama has ‘absolutely been abusing his power’

The Tea Party senator said the president has forced his agenda on the American people.

White House struggles to defend Obama healthcare claim

Obama said people could keep their old health plans, but insurers have dropped some options.

Sen. McCain questions TSA on treatment of disabled airline passengers

The Arizona senator asked the agency to explain searches of disabled passengers at the Phoenix airport

Lee: GOP outrage is not an agenda

The Utah Republican used the shaky rollout of ObamaCare to justify his failed effort to defund the law this month. 

Immigration lobby targets House GOP

Business leaders on Tuesday helped mobilize an army of advocates to pressure House Republicans into taking action.

Hoyer: Dems knew some patients would lose insurance plans under ObamaCare

The House minority whip acknowledged Democrats could have better articulated the law’s requirements

Coburn wants to meet privately with Reid

Sen. Coburn will meet privately with Sen. Reid after he reportedly called the leader an “a–hole.”

Jackson Jr. taken into custody

Former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. has been taken into federal custody to begin serving his 30-month prison sentence.

GOP: ObamaCare problem more than website

“The problem with ObamaCare is not just the website; it’s the whole law,” Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) said Tuesday.

GOP: ObamaCare problem more than website

“The problem with ObamaCare is not just the website; it’s the whole law,” Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) said Tuesday.

Obama health official apologizes for broken HealthCare.gov

“I want to apologize,” Marilyn Tavenner, the head of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, told a House panel.

Obama health official apologizes for broken HealthCare.gov

“I want to apologize,” Marilyn Tavenner, the head of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, told a House panel.

On Sandy anniversary, Christie blames Congress for recovery delay

New Jersey’s Republican governor, and possible presidential candidate, called the delay “unprecedented.

Durbin pulls Facebook post

The post alleged that a House GOP leader told Obama “I cannot even stand to look at you” at meeting.

ObamaCare steals spotlight from push on immigration reform

The troubled rollout of the healthcare law has thrown a wrench into President Obama’s push for immigration reform.

Under Perez, Labor Department produces a blizzard of new rules

Newly installed Labor Secretary Thomas Perez is presiding over a burst of rule-making unseen at the agency for years.

Hollywood A-list gangs up on McConnell

Names more often seen in lights than FEC documents peppered Alison Lundergan Grimes’s third-quarter fundraising filings.

Ted Cruz looms large over comprehensive immigration reform

Cruz’s sway with grassroots conservatives will make passing comprehensive legislation significantly more difficult.

White House backs global spying

The White House on Monday defended the National Security Agency amid criticism from world leaders over its surveillance efforts.

President calls ObamaCare coverage a ‘good investment for young people’

The president said insurance for many young adults will be “less than your cellphone bill, less than your cable bill.”