The passage of a massive budget bill Thursday isn’t a sign of things to come
Conservative groups are furious
Unemployment insurance unlikely to pass House
The bill crafted by Paul Ryan and Patty Murray passed by a majority vote of 64-36
House Speaker says he’s not retiring in 2014, as departure of two friends reignites speculation
“High unemployment, stagnant wages, slow growth. We can do better,” Boehner says.
As the one-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook shooting approaches, the vote deals yet another blow to advocates of stricter gun controls
The government shutdown isn’t the end of the Republican majority
Pushes back on Speaker’s claim that there aren’t enough votes in the House to reopen government
Facebook CEO will discuss policies with House Speaker John Boehner and others
As Barack Obama campaigns for a second term, TIME’s photo editors recap his White House tenure to date.
TIME’s photo editors bring you the best pictures of the past week from the Beltway and beyond.
Imagine how crazy it would be if Michele Bachmann lost her House seat to a Tea Partyer even more conservative than she was—that’s the equivalent of what happened on Tuesday when three-term Rep. Jean Schmidt lost the Republican primary in Ohio’s 2nd District to political rookie Brad Wenstrup. The upset was big—just last cycle, …