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Former Secretary of State Gen. Colin Powell will sit down with President Barack Obama and Vice President Joseph Biden on Wednesday to discuss, among other things, how to advance the stalled Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, the White House announced.
Senior Democratic and Republican aides are sparring over whether GOP leaders sounded a newly conciliatory tone in Tuesdays meeting with President Barack Obama.
President Barack Obama announced Tuesday that he is appointing Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and Budget Director Jacob Lew to work with representatives of both parties to break through this logjam over extending Bush-era tax cuts.
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and Budget Director Jacob Lew will meet with lawmakers Wednesday morning in what will be their first attempt at forging a bipartisan, bicameral compromise on extending Bush-era tax cuts, a White House official said Tuesday night.
Top Republicans are already previewing their message to President Barack Obama in Tuesdays bipartisan huddle with Hill leaders: Work with us or watch out.
Lost in the buzz over President Barack Obamas Tuesday meeting with Capitol Hill leaders is news of Vice President Joseph Biden meeting with Rep. Darrell Issa.
President Barack Obama received 12 stitches in his lip after a basketball game Friday with friends and members of his family in town for the holiday.
President Barack Obama called on lawmakers Thursday to tap into the spirit of the holidays and work together in the coming weeks, while Rep.-elect Austin Scott (R-Ga.) countered that Republicans are ready to push their agenda following their electoral wave.
Members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus are struggling to settle on their priorities for the lame-duck session.
President Barack Obama and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell finally have something in common: their joint condemnation of North Koreas attack on the South Korean island of Yeonpyeong.
Vice President Joseph Biden met with Senate Foreign Relations Chairman John Kerry (D-Mass.) on Monday to map out a strategy for passing the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, but they still face a heavy lift overcoming resistance from key Republicans.
Members of the House Trade Working Group emerged from a private meeting with President Barack Obama on Thursday feeling heartened about the prospects for revamping U.S. trade policy.
A bipartisan group of House lawmakers appealed to President Barack Obama on Thursday to withdraw all U.S. troops from Afghanistan.
President Barack Obama declared Thursday that he is confident the Senate has the votes to pass the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty in the lame-duck session, despite a snub from a pivotal GOP Senator earlier this week.
President Barack Obamas Thursday meeting with Congressional leaders is still on, even if Republicans wont be there.
For all his renewed calls for bipartisanship, President Barack Obama is still wrestling with the same hurdle that has plagued him for two years: He has no relationships with Republicans.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) took to Twitter on Wednesday to lash out at Republicans for turning down President Barack Obamas invitation to meet Thursday to map out priorities for the lame-duck session.
President Barack Obama will sit down with a dozen Members of the House Trade Working Group on Thursday to discuss the next steps for advancing a free-trade agreement with South Korea.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced Wednesday on Twitter what immigration reform advocates have been waiting to hear: The Nevada Democrat will bring the DREAM Act to the floor in the coming weeks.
Leaders of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus emerged from a Tuesday meeting with President Barack Obama with renewed hope for action on a controversial immigration bill in the lame-duck session.
A meeting between President Barack Obama and Congressional Democratic and Republican leaders has been moved from Thursday to Nov. 30 because of GOP scheduling conflicts, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said Tuesday.
Vice President Joseph Biden upped the stakes on Tuesday for passing the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty in the lame-duck session, just as the White House lost a potential GOP ally in its push.
Senate Minority Whip Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.) on Tuesday rejected President Barack Obamas overtures to gain his support for action on the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty during the lame-duck session.
President Barack Obama will be doing a lot more than ticking off priorities for the lame-duck session when he meets with House and Senate party leaders Thursday: He will be hitting the reset button on his otherwise dysfunctional relationship with Congress.
President Barack Obama will sit down with leaders of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus on Tuesday to discuss the next steps for advancing a comprehensive immigration overhaul and, in the short-term, the DREAM Act, a White House official said Monday night.