Following his victory this week, which ensured Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu another term in office, the White House has been in no hurry to contact the Israeli Premiere to congratulate him on his win. Online commentators...Show More Summary
Now it’s House Speaker John Boehner’s turn to visit Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The trip’s not been announced publicly, but word is Boehner’s Israel trip will begin at the end of this month. Boehner and Netanyahu caused a political stir in the United States when Boehner invited Netanyahu to address a Joint Session of […]
Speaker of the United States House of Representatives John Boehner is expected to visit Israel in about a week. Boehner, a member of the Republican Party, is U.S. President Barack Obama’s arch rival and the man who invited Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to make his controversial speech in Congress.
Republican House Speaker John Boehner was shocked by the resignation of Illinois Representative Aaron Schock, but said he supported Schock’s decision to resign following public scrutiny over his lavish spending. Boehner told the National Journal he and the rest of America expect their representatives to be held to high ethical standards. Show More Summary
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Instead of giving in to hard-right demands ahead of the next impasse, John Boehner went to Democrats first
Speaker John A. Boehner tends to have a good feel for his caucus, but he acknowledged on Thursday that he was surprised by the abrupt resignation of Representative Aaron Schock, the Republican from Illinois who resigned this week amid questions over his adherence to spending rules
John Boehner has been a notoriously weak and ineffective speaker, struggling to get the Republican votes he needs on major legislation and facing an unprecedented number of his own members voting against him for speaker this year. Under...Show More Summary
Bibi’s buddy Speaker John Boehner and his fellow Republicans stand to benefit from the Israeli prime minister’s win, contends Rabbi Lerner. Speaker John Boehner (CC BY-NC 2.0) In a recent piece for The Huffington Post, Rabbi Lerner...Show More Summary
Yahoo News got brackets from a half dozen members — including Speaker John Boehner of Ohio — that reveal not just these politicians’ parochial biases or sports acumen. They also will show whether Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., ultimately is correct in his assessment that no one knows more about college basketball than his colleague, Sen. John Thune, R-S.D.
So will House Speaker John Boehner finally stand up to his crazy caucus and start governing? How he deals with the opposition to the deal he's working on with Nancy Pelosi on a permanent "doc fix"—repealing an old formula used to figure out how much to reimburse physicians for treating Medicare patients that seriously shortchanges those physicians. Show More Summary
The stakes couldn't be higher—if Speaker John Boehner can actually muster the Republican votes to pass their own budget plan, the Senate is also likely to be able to pass the plan with a simple majority since budgets are one area where...Show More Summary
In exclusive comments to LifeNews.com, Speaker John Boehner says House Republicans are committed to bringing the pro-life bill to ban abortions after 20 weeks back to the House floor for a vote. Republican leaders in the House had planned to hold a monumental vote on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade in January on the […]
Three months ago, almost nothing would’ve struck me as less likely than House Speaker John Boehner brokering a hundred-billion dollar deal with Democrats of any kind, let alone one to smooth the functioning of the U.S. health care system. And yet RELATED ►POST PROFILESHARE ►
House Speaker John Boehner calls on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to hand over her private email server to a third party. Joe Conason, Jonathan...
Americans may be yawning over Eghazi, but House Speaker John Boehner is going to keep flogging it: "The American people deserve all the facts about what happened in Benghazi. That's why it's so important for Secretary of State Hillary...Show More Summary
US House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner said Hillary Clinton should turn over her personal server she used for emails while working as the US Secretary of State to a third party.
WASHINGTON, March 17 (Reuters) - U.S. House Speaker John Boehner on Tuesday called on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to turn over her personal email server to a neutral third party to decide which of her emails are personal...Show More Summary
Yesterday, House Speaker John Boehner announced the House was investigating Hillary Clinton's personal email account used exclusively during her tenure at the State Department, an investigation sure to generate a protracted series of unwanted headlines for the putative Democratic frontrunner.
This won’t seem at all like a political witch hunt by Republicans against a Democratic presidential candidate. House Speaker John Boehner is expected to announce this week a new investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email practices as Secretary of State, including her admission that more than 31,000 emails were destroyed because she determined them to be [...]