China Lectures Obama as Shutdown Enters Week Two With No End in Sight But House Speaker John Boehner vowed not to raise the U.S. debt ceiling without ... Agreement in the Senate would send the tangle of issues back into the House, where the Republican caucus has adopted a hard line on both Obamacare and the debt ceiling. 10/7/2013 - 5:18 am | View Link
Obama: GOP Plan to Tax the Rich Shows Unwillingness to Compromise Boehner's plan to increase taxes on taxable income above $1 ... that "millionaires and billionaires pay their fair share," Obama urged Republicans to "not tangle themselves up in a whole bunch of ideological positions that don't make much sense." 12/18/2012 - 7:00 pm | View Link
Obama Holds Press Conference to Brag About Boehner's Confession He's got Boehner's confession. That's what this is about ... The country deserves folks to be willing to compromise on behalf of the greater good and not tangle themselves up, uh, in a whole bunch of ideological positions that don't make much sense. 12/18/2012 - 11:00 am | View Link
Obama and Boehner holding firm on tax increases, but some in Congress call for compromise WASHINGTON—While President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner negotiate a deal to avoid a series of automatic tax increases and spending cuts set to begin next year, both camps continue to publicly tangle over whether to increase taxes on the ... 12/6/2012 - 11:12 pm | View Link
Obama and Boehner tangle over debt President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner split over the contentious issue of lifting the nation’s debt limit during a private White House meeting Wednesday that illustrates the rough road ahead in dealing with the nation’s festering fiscal ... 05/17/2012 - 2:32 am | View Link
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Sarah Palin Says It’s Time To Impeach Obama Sarah Palin has become the most prominent Republican polemicist to endorse the idea of impeaching President Obama: Former vice presidential nominee Sarah ... 09/28/2014 - 12:26 pm | View Website
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Mitch McConnell is criticizing his Democratic opponent for taking her taxpayer salary while campaigning for the U. S. Senate. But McConnell is getting even more government pay while he serves in the Senate and campaigns for a sixth term.
Michelle Obama has been trying to get Americans to move for a while now.
The First Lady has persistently tackled the issue of childhood obesity in the United States with her “Let’s Move” campaign for the past four years. The issue has become a major problem in the U. S.
It's October and in some places, voters are already voting. The latest Associated Press-GfK poll finds those likely to cast a ballot are focused more on the economy than other issues. But that hasn't stopped campaigns from trying to appeal on other topics as well. Here's a look at what voters think on the top issues of the election cycle.
Though teen birth rates have dropped in the past several decades, more than 750,000 girls between the ages of 15 and 19 still get pregnant in the United States each year. But what would happen if young women were simply given free birth control and educated about the best contraceptive options available to them?
Researchers with the Washington University School of Medicine set out to tackle that question, and the answer, they found is clear: When teenagers have access to free, long-acting contraception, pregnancies, births and abortions plunge well below current national averages.
The study, published in The New England Journal of Medicine on Wednesday, took place over a five-year period and included more than 1,400 girls, ages 15 to 19, from the St.