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The former president's remark fueled speculation that he was distancing himself from the ACA.
The radio talk show host will be in her own comic book called "Female Force: Laura Ingraham."
The representative from Illinois joins POLITICO for our latest "Answer This" interview installment.
Opinion: Republicans need to start standing for ideas the American people want to support.
The effort is aimed at urging the Republican-led House to take up immigration reform.
Only 26 percent of those polled say the rollout of the Affordable Care Act has been a success.
Still, they haven't let the administration completely off the hook for the Obamacare rollout.
The Texas Republican has some serious concerns about Amazon Prime Air.
Sources say he is unlikely to announce his decision until January.
"Schakowsky, Sewell, and Chu each represent the best of our Democratic Caucus,' Pelosi says.
The minority whip says continuing sequestration hurts national security and the economy.
Pop star Miley Cyrus bested the president's signature health care law overall.
He joins other administration officials in taking responsibility for problems with HealthCare.gov.
The alleged marathon bomber will be able to meet with more members of his defense team.
Supporters of a spending rule want public companies to disclose their political spending.
"He has rewritten the Constitution for himself" to "fundamentally transform" the U.S., she says.
He says the "paltry" number of bills passed by the upper chamber shows where the problem is.
Lionsgate is reportedly in early talks to make "Rodham."
They accuse the FBI and Department of Justice of obstructing their House committee's investigation.
Bill de Blasio won the mayor's race by the biggest margin in decades, but has maintained a tiny public profile in the weeks since then. He laid out a bold agenda during the campaign, but what de Blasio's government will actually look like and how he'll accomplish his goals are still a mystery.