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Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) The ads, first reported by ABC News , will target Sens. Landrieu and Mark Begich (D-Alaska), and Democratic candidates Rep. Bruce Braley, running for Iowa's open Senate seat, Rep. Gary Peters, running for Michigan's open
If the president's team fails to deliver, Democrats will embrace legislation extending the law's enrollment period or forcing insurance companies to continue offering plans that do not meet ObamaCare's standards, according to Democratic aides. Sen.
President Obama's bid to use an administrative fix to reverse millions of insurance cancellation notices has failed to stop panicked Democrats from pursuing legislation that would go even further. The president's announcement on Thursday was aimed
Politicians, operatives, White House officials, members of Congressalong with some snark artistsare debating, attacking, defending and kibitzing around the clock on Twitter. It's a nonstop forum that is helping shape the political conversation. In
Calling the nation's new health care law "a monstrosity," U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday that Democratic opponent Alison Lundergan Grimes will follow other "red state" Democrats in trying to distance themselves from the law.
Democratic senators have a warning for the White House: Fix Obamacare's problems or put Senate seats at risk next year. In interviews, Democratic senators running in 2014, party elders and Senate leaders said the Obama administration must rescue the
The Republican road to capture the Senate goes through Louisiana, but the path here is getting more complicated...Democratic incumbent Mary Landrieu would face Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy, a physician who has been in public office for less than
The White House is sending its top brass to huddle with Senate Democrats during a Thursday lunch briefing on Capitol Hill, hoping to alleviate growing concerns over the administration's handling of the sweeping law. Among the officials to brief
The Republican National Committee is going after Obamacare with a series of tired ads based on the "I'm a Mac, I'm a PC" commercials that ran from 2006 to 2009, the first of which will air on Tuesday night during The Daily Show in the Washington D.C.
Saved The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago The city of New Orleans will put up $1.88 million this year to pay for extra security and medical personnel and to raise base pay for staff at the city's jail under an agreement announced