The Congressional Prayer Caucus has long been a presence on Capitol Hill, promoting sectarian ideology and pushing to mix
In the early morning during work on the massive National Defense Authorization Act of 2016, the House Armed Services Committee
Indiana Governor Mike Pence has pledged to sign a bill today that would allow individuals and businesses to discriminate against anyone they like, simply by claiming religious belief.
Below, live updates on midterm news from around the nation: Rep. Randy Forbes (R-Va.) defeated Democrat Elliott Fausz in
The bill would have the effect of reintroducing for gay couples some aspects of the federal Defense of Marriage Act, which
Virginia Rep. Randy Forbes, a senior House Republican eyeing a powerful committee chairmanship, is causing friction with
"But, sir, Forbes [magazine] said you make a lot of money," O'Brien countered. "That 10 percent of your salary in Congress
Five of the twelve members of the Subcommittee on Research and Science Education are Prayer Caucus members. This is the subcommittee that has "legislative jurisdiction and general oversight and investigative authority on all matters relating to science policy and science education."
One, a Southerner who says she's "always been pretty and tall" and never leaves the house without doing her hair and makeup
In an email, Obama campaign spokesman Danny Kanner criticized Romney for embracing a House Republican budget that would cut