|At the Georgetown Waterfront Park in Washington, D.C., which looks out onto the Francis Scott Key Bridge, the president asked lawmakers to close a tax loophole for companies that send profits overseas in order to fill the coffers of the Highway Trust Fund.

Published in U.S. Politics

|President Obama offered some tips to his administration heads about how to affect change legislatively in the face of unprecedented partisanship in Washington.

Published in U.S. Politics

|Highlighting steps he’s taken to strengthen the middle class, the president during remarks on the economy in Minneapolis slammed congressional Republicans for “not doing anything,” then getting “mad at me that I’m doing something.”

Published in U.S. Politics

|President Obama says despite the fireworks and "phony scandals" in Washington, real progress is being made on issues that matter to Americans.

Published in U.S. Politics

|One year after the Senate passed a comprehensive immigration bill, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., pushes House Republicans to take up a similar bill as quickly as possible.

Published in U.S. Politics

|Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., say former Sen. Howard Baker, a Republican who passed away Thursday, was well-loved by members of both parties.

Published in U.S. Politics
Obama mocks climate change skeptics
Thursday, 26 June 2014 13:20

|The science behind climate change is not some "liberal plot," President Obama says, despite the skepticism from some Republicans in Congress.

Published in U.S. Politics
Dems, GOP hold hands and sing!
Wednesday, 25 June 2014 19:40

Congressional leaders from both parties hold hands and sing "We Shall Overcome" at a commemoration ceremony.

If your browser has Adobe Flash Player installed, click above to play. Otherwise, click below.

Published in U.S. Politics

|President Obama and his administration "haven't done a damn thing to help" the investigations into the inappropriate way the IRS targeted certain political groups, House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, complained.

Published in U.S. Politics

The swift Republican election of anew U.S. House leadership team won’t heal the party’s divisionsthough lawmakers say it does provide insulation from a challengeto Speaker John Boehner after the midterm election.

Representative Kevin McCarthy of California, who hassupport from the technology industry and Wall Street, willreplace Eric Cantor as House majority leader, a post Cantoragreed to give up after his primary defeat June 10.

Published in Louisiana Politics
Page 1 of 3

deep 2

Share Bayoubuzz

Powered By JFBConnect