New documentary being released in January
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“High unemployment, stagnant wages, slow growth. We can do better,” Boehner says.
Paul Ryan’s remarks raise the specter of another bruising budget fight early next year
Companies have pushed back on domestic surveillance
The National Security Agency began the week with a public relations coup: a favorable segment on the spy agency by the CBS News program 60 Minutes. But then the week continued.
Kurt DelBene to take over repairs of HealthCare.gov
President Barack Obama is apparently a fan of the Netflix series House of Cards, which took Washington by storm last year.
At the start of a meeting with tech industry CEOs on NSA surveillance, Obama quipped “I’m just …
Despite early alarm that Snowden could drag down deals, negotiations continue “apace”
The Senate is poised to pass a new bipartisan budget agreement after the measure cleared a procedural hurdle on Tuesday morning.
Every year the White House Press corps hosts an end-of-year holiday gathering in their dark basement workspace to celebrate the end of another year. For the past 15 years, Salem Radio Network News correspondent Greg Clugston has written a poem for the occasion, touching on the highs and lows of the last 12 months.
Let’s just say, it’s a very practical gift
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