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House Speaker John Boehner’s backlash against tea party groups and other conservatives entered a second day, in a latest battle within the GOP establishment. Family feuds within Republican Party are not uncommon and Boehner&
The first bipartisan budget deal since 2009 is far from momentous, but Speaker John Boehner’s slap against tea party obstructionism is. At a press conference on Thursday, House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) called tea
Many of the upstarts are considered long shots, and some are in states that are so deeply conservative that even a gadfly Republican would be likely to win in the general election. But a similar situation has tripped up Republicans in the past two
ET Something unusual happened after the conservative Club for Growth said it would try to oust Idaho Republican Rep. Mike Simpson in next year's election: A new GOP group rose up to defend him. Since then, more groups have jumped in to help Mr.
Longtime Mississippi politico Thad Cochran may be defeated in the Republican senatorial primary next year if the right candidate comes along, according to a http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/main/2013/11/cochran-in-serious-danger-of-
Competitive California races Likely Republican CA-10 (Modesto) Republican Rep. Jeff Denham Lean Republican CA-21 (Tulare) Republican Rep. David Valadao Democratic toss-up CA-07 (Sacramento) Democratic Rep. Ami Bera CA-36 (Riverside) Democratic Rep.
Burned by intraparty warfare the last two election cycles, the Senate Republican campaign committee may take a heavier hand in contested primaries next year to push their preferred candidates across the finish line, a top official said Tuesday. The
For Minnesota Republicans, next year's calendar will have an unfamiliar look. First, there will be the usual endorsement battles, when a few thousand activists attend conventions and make their choices about which candidates should represent the
The Affordable Care Act's rocky rollout has put Democrats and the White House back on defense -- allowing Republicans who were deeply divided over, and under fire for, the partial government shutdown to unite and focus on the failures of HealthCare.
MailTribune.com Now that the smoke is clearing on the political battlefield that was the fight over the partial shutdown of the federal government, has U.S. Rep. Greg Walden been wounded politically by his "no" vote? "It all depends on who you talk