To prove that bipartisanship is still alive and well, House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) gave Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) some cheeky love.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., slammed House Republicans on Tuesday over a committee’s decision to consider overturning a Washington, D.C., law that prevents employers from firing workers over their use of birth control or other reproductive health decisions that go against the...
This is what bipartisanship leads to. WATCH: John Boehner kisses Nancy Pelosi on cheek http://t.co/8yfJNYUODf pic.twitter.com/FsYxP5Us9Z— The Hill (@thehill) April 21, 2015 This is from earlier today when everyone in DC celebrated their ability to do what they do best...spend...
"Somewhere down the line Republicans forgot the importance of art," says "Sabo," the conservative street artist best-known for his guerilla poster of Ted Cruz as a tattooed smoker and Nancy Pelosi on all fours a la Miley Cyrus. Sabo,...Show More Summary
She ought to be embarrassed -- but she's not, and nor are all the rabid Ready for Female Stuff chippies. PELOSI: A war vote is a vote that everybody makes on the basis of what think know, what they believe,...
The Democratic leader talks to Katie Couric about the 2016 presidential campaign and more.
Before we get started, I wanted to be clear: 1. Just because someone calls themselves Catholic doesn’t mean we should automatically take them at their word. We’ve been burned too many times, from people like Nancy Pelosi to Joe Biden to Lisa Murkowski who all claim to be Catholic yet support legal abortion. 2. Given [...]
On a Wednesday afternoon in early March, House Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) made the short walk from his second-floor office in the Capitol to the one occupied by Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) down the hall.
WASHINGTON -- The United States Senate has spent the better part of the past two years working to inject itself into nuclear negotiations between Iran and a coalition of countries that includes the U.S. But as the talks work toward a...Show More Summary
The California Democrat is visiting her ancestral homeland to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Italian nation.
Rachel Maddow, Nancy Pelosi, and more expressed happiness after the president stated his concern over so-called reparative therapy for LGBT youth. read more
Two Massachusetts congressmen, both Democrats, suggested that new leadership is needed in the Democratic Party and that Nancy Pelosi, the House Minority Leader, should step down from her leadership role. Well, considering they lost even more seats in the House, probably a good move if it does happen.
"Nancy Pelosi will not lead us back into the majority."
WASHINGTON (AP) — Two Democratic stalwarts from Massachusetts say Rep. Nancy Pelosi should change her leadership style— or even step down — after big electoral losses last year and in 2010. Reps. Michael Capuano and Stephen Lynch made...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Two Democratic stalwarts from Massachusetts are suggesting that Rep. Nancy Pelosi should leave the party's leadership team in Congress after big electoral losses last year and in 2010. Pelosi's Senate Democratic counterpart Harry Reid, who is 75, recently announced that he's not seeking re-election.
In a statement today, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi spoke out against Indiana’s discriminatory law that would allow business and individuals to discriminate against the LGBT community.
You know that look that John Boehner gets on his face from time to time? No, no, not the crying one, the other one. You know--that freshly tanned look where he just radiates a healthy orange glow? Well if you...
The new Medicare bill that the House passed on Thursday would weaken the program. No, wait. The new Medicare bill that the House passed on Thursday would strengthen the program. Many liberals believe the latter, while plenty of conservatives believe the former. Show More Summary
Plus: The two Romneys.
By now, politicians like John Boehner and Nancy Pelosi are used to getting called names on the Internet, especially on Twitter. So in honor of Wednesday (March 25) night's 2015 Radio & Television Correspondent Associate Dinner, several...Show More Summary