With Benghazi, the IRS scandal, failed gun control legislation, and DOJ's the "investigation" of the Associated Press hanging over President Obama's head, he expresses the desire to go rogue.
Partisanship between Republicans and the president has negatively impacted Obama’s performance in these five pivotal areas.
Some members of Congress are trying to revive bipartisanship. What would happen if party affiliation was omitted from all elections?
A draft audit by the Inspector General reveals the IRS conducted unfair audits and denied conservative groups seeking tax exemption.
Representative Mel Watt (D-N.C.) is nominated to replace Edward DeMarco as the director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency. However, both Republicans and Democrats are skeptical.
The Senate recently voted 61-30 in favor of the Marketplace Fairness Act, and while Republicans generally oppose tax increases, many are in favor of this proposed legislation.
Congress has worked with miraculous speed to end the delays caused by the FAA's sequester-imposed furlough of air traffic controllers... the day before a weeklong recess.
Six banks control almost the entirety of the U.S. financial system. It's high time we broke them up and made the financial markets fair again.