Harry Reid Told Caucus That Pete Sessions Was Behind Obama Insult, Senators Say WASHINGTON -- Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) told his Democratic caucus last week in a private meeting that a top House Republican said to President Barack Obama, "I cannot even stand to look at you," according to two Democratic senators who ... 10/25/2013 - 12:07 pm | View Link
Senate Democrats Add To Majority: Caucus Now 54 Plus One A very good general election for Democrats got even better on Wednesday when they retained U.S. Senate seats in Montana and North Dakota, both of which had looked ripe for Republicans throughout much of the campaign. Victories by Sen. Jon Tester of Montana ... 11/7/2012 - 9:18 am | View Link
Liberal Caucus Meeting 2012: Party Sees Opportunity In Resurgent Separatism At Montebello Meet-Up MONTEBELLO, Que. - There's an old saying in business and politics: Never let a crisis go to waste. The depleted federal Liberals — just 35 MPs strong from the party that ruled Canada for 12 years, from 1993 to 2006 — began meeting Tuesday to plot the ... 09/4/2012 - 3:34 am | View Link
Choice of Senjem moves GOP Senate caucus one step toward middle I urge you as the new Majority Leader to take this responsibility very seriously and ensure that all ethical and legal questions surrounding the recent allegations concerning ... at one point Tuesday, Sen. Warren Limmer was having a friendly chat with ... 12/27/2011 - 11:00 am | View Link
Hispanic Caucus urges Senate to confirm ambassador The head of the Foreign Relations Committee at the time, former Sen. Jesse Helms, R-N.C., signaled he would question Aponte about the allegations at her confirmation hearing; she withdrew her nomination. In the end, the FBI cleared her. On two occasions ... 12/6/2011 - 3:21 am | View Link
The past five years have been a whirlwind for Republican Scott Brown. Once trailing Democrat Martha Coakley in the race to fill the late Sen. Ted Kennedy's seat in Massachusetts by 30 points, Brown rode a wave of Tea Party fervor and anti-establishment sentiment to defeat Coakley by a five-point margin. The loss of the liberal lion's seat hit Democrats hard, but the party knew it would have a much better chance of ousting Brown in 2012, when the seat's full six-year term was up for election.
WASHINGTON -- The lame-duck Congress cued up its freak-out over President Barack Obama's pending immigration announcement Thursday, with Democrats calling it bold and courageous and Republicans deeming at an assault on democracy.
Obama's executive action is expected to apply to as many as 5 million people. Four million undocumented immigrants could receive relief from deportation proceedings as parents of U.
Major network execs at ABC, NBC, CBS and FOX decided this week that they will not be airing President Barack Obama's major immigration speech on Thursday night. Their regularly scheduled programming for the 8 p.m. hour includes popular programs like "The Big Bang Theory," and the networks, faced with the prospect of losing millions of dollars in ad revenue by running the speech ad-free, appear to have decided that they can't afford to pre-empt the shows.
So, which programs are they banking on instead?
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown (R) is returning to Fox News as a contributor, the Boston Herald reported Thursday.
Brown's return to Fox News comes shortly after his loss to incumbent Jeanne Shaheen (D) in the New Hampshire Senate race.
Brown first joined Fox News as a contributor in February 2013. His contract was renewed in February 2014, but the network cut ties with Brown in March 2014, after he took steps toward another Senate run.
Fox News told the Boston Herald Brown would appear on the show "Outnumbered" next Tuesday at 12 p.m.