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House Republicans are strongly considering going ahead with a regulatory moratorium bill that includes a major typo, forcing Democrats to object to fixing it, GOP aides said.
House Democrats wont consent to fixing a typo that fundamentally changes a GOP regulatory moratorium bill, Minority Whip Steny Hoyer said.
Congressional Republicans goal of repealing the Affordable Care Act continues to run afoul of their efforts to reduce the deficit, at least according to the judgment of the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office.
Republicans set out to ban new regulations until unemployment was below 6 percent, but an apparent typo in the bill means the trigger is actually a 6 percent employment rate instead.
House Democratic Caucus Chairman John Larson said today his colleagues were determined to push gun-control legislation in the wake of last weeks movie theater shooting in Aurora, Colo. but only after some period of time had lapsed from the tragedy.
A just-filed ethics complaint is reigniting a long-running debate about whether one of Washington, D.C.s most prominent watchdog groups is impartial or tilts to the left.
The General Services Administration is in hot water again, this time for a $269,000 one-day awards ceremony held November 2010 in Washington, D.C.
Facing questions about why she and other top Congressional officials wont release their tax returns, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) downplayed her previous demands for presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney to release his, calling the issue a distraction.
At the height of campaign season, and while under extra scrutiny as a potential vice presidential pick, Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) is on a quixotic bid to reform how the miscellaneous tariff bill is crafted.
The independent Office of Congressional Ethics has voted unanimously to recommend the dismissal of an investigation into Rep. Michael Grimms fundraising, sources familiar with the investigation said.
Republicans and Democrats are jockeying for leverage in their quest to win this falls battle over the nations fiscal cliff, with Republicans trying to get as much as possible done before the elections as a way to diminish Democrats negotiating power in the lame-duck session.
Speaker John Boehner charged Democrats today with being willing to tank our economy to secure a small business tax hike in response to vows by top Democrats that they will use scheduled defense spending cuts as leverage on taxes.
Days after ripping Republicans for the political theater of holding a health care repeal vote, Democrats are planning their own bit of campaign messaging: a new push for legislation to force disclosure of political spending.
Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas), chairman of the Judiciary Committee, is requesting interviews with seven administration officials as part of a probe into recent national security leaks.
Despite vicious partisan sniping on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee over the panels investigation of the Fast and Furious gun-smuggling operation, it appeared recently that there was a chance to turn the page on the party warfare that culminated in the House voting to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress.
The House voted to great fanfare, again, on Wednesday to repeal President Barack Obamas health care law. And although the vote might have political implications for some Members, the process seemed like a drag to others.
The House voted today to repeal President Barack Obamas health care law, sending yet another rebuke to the president after the Supreme Court upheld the law last month.
The drumbeat for Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.) to divulge more about his medical condition got louder today, as House Democratic leaders joined the call for him to inform voters and his colleagues about his leave of absence as soon as he can.
Do House Republicans and Mitt Romney need to have a relationship-defining talk?
Speaker John Boehner, responding to questions about remarks he made at a June 30 fundraiser, said he enthusiastically supports presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
By now, Republican laments that presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney is not the most inspiring figure to ever run for president are well-known. Romney took a relatively long time to conquer his rivals in the GOP primary, and some Republicans have recently expressed concern about the state of the former Massachusetts governors campaign against President Barack Obama.
Defunct mortgage giant Countrywide Financial Corp. offered special discounts on home loans to hundreds of Washington officials, including key lawmakers, which it used to help influence Congress and the White House, according to a report from House Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.).
The day before the Justice Department broadly, and falsely, denied that guns had walked as part of the botched Fast and Furious gun-smuggling operation, an agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives told supervisors in a memo that he had expressed his concerns about the operation to Congressional investigators.
The Department of Justice, following longstanding practice by prior administrations, is declining to prosecute Attorney General Eric Holder for being in contempt of Congress, Deputy Attorney General James Cole said Thursday in a letter to Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio).
In the midst of a fiery floor debate over contempt proceedings for Attorney General Eric Holder, House Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) quietly dropped a bombshell letter into the Congressional Record.