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Rep. Mick Mulvaney (R-S.C.) said Monday he was surprised by how strong former Gov. Mark Sanford performed in the Republican primary in a special congressional election, and predicted either Republican now competing in a runoff would top Democrat
03/21/2013 10:01:25 AM PDT Updated: 03/21/2013 10:15:37 AM PDT Advocates of a far-reaching overhaul of the nation's immigration system are hoping to use their allies on the religious right to prod the Republican Party to embrace reform.
In Sumter, S.C., home of Shaw Air Force Base and the 20th Fighter Wing, cars sport bumper stickers that say: "Jet noise is the sound of freedom." Throughout the day, F-16s on training runs blast from a runway on base, disappearing into the foggy sky.
Two conservative South Carolina congressmen will endorse Larry Grooms Thursday in the House special election to replace now-Sen. Tim Scott. Jeff Duncan and Mick Mulvaney, both elected as part of the 2010 tea party wave, will stress the fiscal
The White House hopes the Senate will confirm Chuck Hagel next week as defense secretary. Republicans delayed the vote for the same reason they scuttled Susan Rice's bid to be secretary of state: Benghazi. The attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi,
Rep. Mick Mulvaney made clear on Tuesday night his position on gun control, telling a crowd of about 200 people in Rock Hill that hell oppose legislation banning assault weapons and restricting high-capacity ammunition magazines. Debate over gun
The House extended $50 billion in assistance to victims of Superstorm Sandy following debate last week over the amount of aid and whether it should be offset by spending cuts elsewhere. Lawmakers voted 241-180 for a bill that began as $17 billion for
As speaker of the House, John Boehner faced battles on two fronts during his first term: fights with President Barack Obama on a series of high-profile fiscal issues, and internal skirmishes with conservative rank-and-file Republicans who openly
Rep. Mick Mulvaney said Thursday that he and House Speaker John Boehner patched things up after the South Carolina Republican declined to vote last week for the Ohioans re-election to the chambers top post. Mulvaney confirmed that his failure to
The Hurricane Sandy disaster relief bill could be in trouble...Continue Reading Republican leadership plans some legislative jujitsu to pass the Sandy bill, and top Republican aides say they are likely to allow amendments that would call for offsets