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GOP Negotiator: No Immigration Overhaul This Year (Updated) (Video)

Jan. 13, 2014

Speaker John A. Boehner of Ohio is making a mistake pushing for an immigration overhaul this year, according to one of the House Republican Conferenceís former top immigration negotiators.

House GOP Argues Over Next Steps on Farm Legislation

June 26, 2013

A week after a surprising defeat for the farm bill, some House conservatives who helped sink the legislation are trying to build momentum to split it in half, ending years of precedent for passing agriculture and nutrition legislation in one package.

Mindful of Previous Defeat, Cantor Pushes Bill to Increase Pediatric Research

June 7, 2013

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and his staff are working behind the scenes to avoid another embarrassment this month when they bring to the floor a bill that would increase funding for pediatric research.

House Immigration Group Claims Deal, but Labrador Drops Out to Pursue Separate Bill

June 5, 2013

A bipartisan group of House lawmakers has come to an agreement on immigration overhaul legislation, but one key Republican member will not sign off on it and will write his own proposal instead.

House Immigration Bill Back on Track, Say Bipartisan Negotiators

May 23, 2013

Bipartisan House negotiators emerged from a critical meeting Thursday signaling that they again have come to a tentative agreement on a comprehensive overhaul of the nationís immigration system.

Oklahoma Tornado Reignites Disaster Funding Debate

May 21, 2013

Even as emergency personnel continued to search through the debris of Mondayís tornado in Oklahoma, talk on Capitol Hill had turned to the question of paying for the recovery.

Peter King: Give Oklahoma Tornado Relief Without Offsets

May 21, 2013

Moderate House Republicans such as Rep. Peter T. King are ready for another intraparty fight over whether emergency disaster aid should be offset, after a tornado ravaged parts of Oklahoma on Monday.

IRS Probe Should Result in Jail Time, Boehner Says

May 15, 2013

Speaker John A. Boehner of Ohio said on Wednesday that somebody deserves go to jail as the investigation begins into why the Internal Revenue Service targeted conservative-leaning groups.

House GOP Still Struggling for Consensus on Debt Limit

May 15, 2013

They talked about balancing the budget in 10 years, repealing Obamacare, slashing spending and overhauling the tax code.

Conservatives Seek More Spending Cuts in Debt Limit Strategy

May 14, 2013

Looking to up the ante on debt limit negotiations, House conservatives will push to enact spending changes included in the House-passed budget in exchange for an increase in the nationís debt ceiling.

House Republicans to Meet Next Week to Plot Debt Ceiling Strategy

May 7, 2013

House Republicans announced Tuesday a special two-hour conference meeting to be held next week to discuss the way ahead on debt ceiling negotiations.

Cheney Meets With House Republican Leaders on Korea

April 9, 2013

Former Vice President Dick Cheney told members of House Republican leadership Tuesday to be wary of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in the escalating situation in the Korean Peninsula.

Spotify Returns to the Hill

April 9, 2013

Spotify is back in the House.

Boehnerland Mourns Death of Staffer Mary Reed

April 2, 2013

Speaker John A. Boehnerís office is mourning the loss of one of its own, the Ohio Republican announced Tuesday.

The New GOP: Kids Before Conventions

April 2, 2013

House Majority Leader Eric Cantorís latest effort at a new-look Republican Party will come in the form of a bill that would fund pediatric research in an unconventional way, the Virginianís office announced Tuesday.

Reid Moves to Pressure Senate Republicans on Gun Control

April 1, 2013

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid may have backed off of an assault weapons ban, but a video released Monday morning shows that the Nevada Democrat hopes to pressure Republicans into supporting a background check bill in the coming weeks.

When Does 'Appropriator' Become a Dirty Word? Perhaps in Georgia's GOP Primary

March 31, 2013

Candidates in the Georgia Republican Senate primary are jostling for the furthest right starting block in whatís likely to be a crowded race. Already the question is: Can a member of the Appropriations Committee, through which all past spending decisions have traveled, prevail in the new GOP era of fiscal restraint?

Attorneys for Bachmann, Consultant Say Ethics Allegations Unfounded

March 25, 2013

Lawyers for Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., and one of her campaign consultants said on Monday that their clients had done nothing wrong, despite news reports that the congresswoman may be under investigation for campaign finance violations.

Lankford Is the House GOP's Unassuming Moral Compass

March 25, 2013

When President Barack Obama visited the House Republican Conference recently, few were surprised by which legislator GOP leaders chose to address the president first.

RSC Members Vote Against Own Budget

March 20, 2013

House Democrats tried an old legislative trick intended to embarrass Republicans but fell short when the GOP defeated the upstart Republican Study Committee budget on Wednesday.

What Happened to the Tea Party Caucus?

March 20, 2013

Democrats slam the group as a haven for radicals while conservatives tout membership among their bona fides, but the fact is Rep. Michele Bachmannís Tea Party Caucus has been inactive for several months.

RSC Plans to Offer Blueprint That Would Balance Budget in 7 Years

March 7, 2013

The Republican Study Committee is considering offering a budget plan that would balance the budget by the end of the decade.

Boehner Warns Senate Against Loading Up CR

March 7, 2013

Speaker John A. Boehner said Thursday that the Senate will be toying with a government shutdown if it makes drastic changes to a continuing resolution passed Wednesday by the House.

Boehner Pledges to Stick to the 'Hastert Rule'

March 5, 2013

Speaker John A. Boehner sought to assure his conference on Tuesday that the ďHastert ruleĒ is still regular practice, on the heels of breaking it for the third time this Congress.

Lawmakers Gripe After White House Cancels Tours Because of Sequester

March 5, 2013

The sequester cuts began to hit home for members Tuesday, as House leaders announced budget cutbacks around the Capitol complex and the White House said it would cancel tours starting this weekend.

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