In a stunning move, House Speaker John Boehner informed Republicans on Friday that he would step down at the end of October, giving up his coveted leadership post and his seat in Congress in the face of hardline conservative opposition.
If John Boehner's perpetual tan is fake and Nancy Pelosi doesn't want it rubbing off on her designer suits; President Obama lays the groundwork for his State of the Union address; Ben Carson is facing allegations of plagiarism; the CBC means business; and more.
House Speaker John Boehner's office denies voting rights activists entry; President Obama and Vice President Biden launch anti-sexual assault campaign; Attorney General Eric Holder speaks up against bullying; that high school in Chicago won't bear the president's name after all; and more.
House Republicans vote to sue President Obama for taking executive action and then blame him for not taking executive action; Sarah Palin has a TV channel on the web; Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg likes being known as the Notorious R.B.G. – and more.
House Republicans have hired an attorney for their lawsuit against President Obama; Senate Democrats are anxious to get the first lady on the campaign trail; Mitt Romney may be toying with the idea of a third presidential bid; House Speaker John Boehner made a video with his toy monkey – and more.