WASHINGTON — Despite a vague veto threat by President Obama, the
House on Thursday easily passed a major defense policy bill that
calls for continued development of a costly alternative engine for
the Pentagon's next-generation fighter jet.
WASHINGTON — A Republican congressman who called President Obama
an "enemy of humanity" said Tuesday that he should have made clear
that he was referring to the president's policies related to
WASHINGTON — The House voted Thursday to deny all federal funds
for ACORN in a GOP-led strike against the scandal-tainted
community-organizing group, just three days after the Senate took
WASHINGTON — The House voted Thursday in favor of the biggest
overhaul of college-aid programs since their creation in the 1960s
— a bill to oust private lenders from the student-loan business and
put the government in charge.