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The most important trade bill in a decade has pitted Harry Reid against President Barack Obama. Liberal Democrat Rosa DeLauro
That's because, like few other times during President Barack Obama's tenure in office, disagreements over economic policy
"He should take their veto-bait bills in stride, not overreact to their rhetorical and legislative excesses," said Matt Bennett
For the White House’s defenders, the argument remains the same regardless of the numbers: By running away from the president
Meanwhile, in Democratic districts, Obamacare seems headed to majority-support status. Democracy Corps records 44 percent
Finally, there are the Democrats who place themselves on the vanguard of the fight today, such as Rep. Mike Honda (Calif
President Barack Obama admitted Thursday that Democrats' struggles with weak turnout in midterm elections are a hurdle the
WASHINGTON — The federal judiciary — long the province and priority of Republicans — is turning more Democratic. Read more
It wasn't surprising that at a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing, Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) and
WASHINGTON -- Over a two-and-a-half hour dinner at the Jefferson Hotel in downtown Washington Wednesday night, President
Obama aides said Obama can both support his own party's campaign apparatus while still seeking compromise with Republicans
"This was not a meeting for the president to reveal his confidential discussions with Republicans, but I think we got the
President Obama took a break during his offensive to charm Republican lawmakers open to a budget deal on Tuesday. Joining the conversation is HuffPost Senior Political Economy Reporter Zach Carter.
"He thinks it’s very important that we solve these problems together, and he said that working together with Republicans
President Barack Obama says he’s ready to do whatever it takes to help Democrats win the House next year — a feat that could
Obama has floated a modified version to shield the neediest beneficiaries that would save $130 billion over 10 years, but
When his approval rating was below 50 percent in Gallup's tracking polls through much of 2010 and 2011, some Democrats campaigning
"We are still on a complete fighting posture because we knew we had to win the politics in November and then on the economy
"Lipitor," said Edward Kimmel, an attorney, when asked how he stays calm. "I am a political junkie. I see all the talk. It