WASHINGTON — An official presidential campaign account of Republican Marco Rubio pushed a lofty new boast this week, suggesting the first-term Florida senator singlehandedly did away with President Barack Obama’s signature health care law.
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A day after he was widely rebuked for mocking a reporter with a physical disability, business mogul and reality TV star Donald Trump on Thursday denied that he had done so and accused the reporter of “using his disability to grandstand.”
Paul D. Ryan is a bit of a control freak: Each day should have a similar rhythm, each meeting should begin on time, each day should end like the day before.
WASHINGTON — Tapping into heightened security fears after the Paris terrorist attacks, House Republicans — joined by Democrats — rebuffed President Barack Obama on Thursday and overwhelmingly approved legislation that would effectively halt the resettlement of refugees from Syria and Iraq to the U.S.
WASHINGTON — The House last week approved legislation to require tighter screening of Syrian and Iraqi refugees seeking to enter the United States out of fear that ISIS might try to exploit the current program that has allowed 2,174 Syrian refugees to come to the U.S. since Sept. 11, 2001.
DALLAS — Vice President Joe Biden believes North Texas — with its plans to be part of a high-speed rail line to Houston — will lead the nation in 21st century infrastructure.
DALLAS — Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton promised Texans on Tuesday to make America safe, hold Wall Street accountable, raise the minimum wage, make college affordable and reform immigration policy.
A race has developed for the Republican nomination for U.S. Representative District 4.
Three North Texas congressmen are urging the Army Corps of Engineers and the Environmental Protection Agency to move quickly in granting the last major permit needed by the North Texas Municipal Water District to build a new reservoir in Fannin County.
WASHINGTON —— House Speaker Paul D. Ryan, after two weeks on the job, said he has “no idea” how long he may lead the House, committing only to the 14 months left in the current Congress during an interview on CBS’s “60 Minutes.”