Some of you may find yourselves scratching your head over the Romanov-like raise JP Morgan Chase's board just gifted to its CEO Jamie Dimon. After all, wasn't this the same Jamie Dimon who spent so much time on Capitol Hill lobbyingShow More Summary
Or at least, this is what it looked like at fun-time Capitol Hill sports bar 95 Slide! So many more photos after the jump... Kelly O Kelly O Kelly O Kelly O Kelly O Kelly O Kelly O Kelly O Kelly O Kelly O Kelly O Kelly O Kelly O Kelly...Show More Summary
‘The al Qaeda threat is real. It is getting out of hand.’
(Politico): "Chris Christie attacks N.Y. Times, David Wildstein" (ABC News): "Rep. Paul Ryan: Obama presidency ‘increasingly lawless’" (New York Times): "Law doesn’t end revolving door on Capitol Hill" (USA Today): "Pete Carroll, Seahawks win with style all their own" (New York Times): "Philip Seymour Hoffman, actor of depth, dies at 46"
U.S. intelligence officials visiting Capitol Hill today reported to the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission on the steady progress made by the People’s Liberation Army Air Force and the implications of that development to the United States. Donald L. […]
Seattle police tonight arrested the man that some suspect attempted to murder over 750 gay nightclub patrons by setting fire to the packed club moments after midnight on New Year's Eve. Via Capitol Hill Seattle: Musab Mohamed Masmari, 30, was arrested Saturday morning as police say he was on his way to the airport. Show More Summary
Somehow immigration reform - i.e. amnesty for illegal aliens - keeps coming back from the grave, every time it's pronounced dead. I believe we're up to at least five distinct "amnesty is dead" proclamations from Capitol Hill insiders and pundits with good GOP connections... Show More Summary
Former officials have little trouble passing through loopholes in laws intended to keep them from immediately lobbying their former colleagues.
(CNN) – Staten Island Congressman Michael Grimm – who threatened to hurl a reporter off a Capitol Hill balcony earlier this week – has received some unsolicited crisis management advice from a fellow New Yorker who knows a thing or two about life in the glare of an unfriendly media spotlight. Former Rep. Anthony Weiner […]
The news on Wednesday morning came as a shocker to the politerati: Henry Waxman is retiring. This Democratic congressman from Los Angeles has been a Capitol Hill fixture and progressive crusader for decades, since he was first elected in 1974. Show More Summary
On Tuesday evening, while awaiting President Obama's arrival on Capitol Hill, Rep. Randy Weber (R-TX) took to bashing the "socialistic dictator" for his "lying."
Last night, President Barack Obama delivered his State of The Union address on Capitol Hill. In addressing the nation, he asked the question: Are we going to help or hinder the progress of America? As a psychiatrist, his question evokes a strong response in me because I see how precariously this country is balanced as it relates to behavioral health. Show More Summary
Continuing the trend of greater attention being paid to America’s seaports in the national media, among policymakers on Capitol Hill and top officials within the Administration,
Mark Murphy, the guy who lost to Grimm in 2012, says he believes steroids are behind the Congressman's frequent blow-ups.
To help make a point about marijuana to Attorney General Eric Holder, Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama came to Capitol Hill Wednesday armed with medical studies, an article from the New Yorker and a quote from Lady Gaga.
Over to you, Edward Snowden: Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper threw down the gauntlet on Capitol Hill Wednesday. Photo: Office of the Director of National Intelligence If former NSA analyst-turned-whistle-blower Edward...Show More Summary
New York Republican Rep. Michael Grimm said Wednesday that “there’s no excuse” for his actions after he threatened to throw a reporter off the Capitol Hill balcony following the State of the Union address Tuesday night. “Bottom lineShow More Summary
Craig Remsburg, father of Army Ranger Sgt.1st Class Cory Remsburg, center, watches as his son acknowledges applause from first lady Michelle Obama and others during President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday Jan. … Continue reading ?
President Barack Obama won’t wait for Congress to take action on his agenda, vowing in Tuesday’s State of the Union address to use executive powers to sidestep Republican roadblocks on Capitol Hill.
It’s a sad postscript to a story that shocked Capitol Hill: an aide to Sen. Lamar Alexander who had been arrested for possession of child pornography left a suicide note apologizing and claiming that he had been a victim of sexual abuse as a child. In the tell-all letter that claims to have been written […]