The LGBT community saw another sign of progress from the Obama Administration last Wednesday as President Barack Obama ordered the Justice Department to stop enforcing the Defense of Marriage Act.
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Partisan disagreement over the federal budget has created the possibility that the federal government could shut down after March 4 if the two parties do not reach an agreement on budget the cuts.
Two months after Congress repealed Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, President Barack Obama ordered the Justice Department to stop defending the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act.
On Wednesday the House of Representatives voted to remove $450 million in appropriations funding to build a second engine for a next-generation fighter plane. President Obama and Defense Secretary Robert...
President Obama’s 2012 budget proposal has drawn criticism from Democrats who think some spending cuts are necessary, and Republicans who think there aren’t enough.
On Monday afternoon, just three weeks after President Obama used his State of the Union Address to highlight the need for fiscal responsibility, the White House released its official budget for 2012.
This weekend’s Sunday morning talk shows focused almost entirely on the situation in Egypt, the looming congressional budget fight and the weekend’s annual Conservative Political Action Conference. Following Saturday’s resignation...
House Speaker John Boehner has declared that the “No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act” will be a top priority for the new Congress. The bill’s purpose is to keep as much government money as possible from being spent on abortions.
Historically, State of the Union addresses act as policy blueprints to guide an administration’s legislative agenda. If precedent holds true, yesterday’s marked the start of the president’s re-election campaign.