This past Sunday on "ABC This Week," ABC reporter Jonathan Karl attempted to bait Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) into reversing his stance about the recent government shutdown, but Cruz stood firm.
The disastrous ObamaCare rollout comes right on the heels of a partial government shutdown – so which one was more harmful to our personal freedoms?
After a 16-day government shutdown, President Obama is pushing a new agenda for the rest of 2013 while Republicans argue over the best strategy to deal with him.
Journalist Carl Bernstein joined The O’Reilly Factor this week where he faced off with Bill about Republican leadership during the government shutdown.
Rep. Frank LoBiondo (R-NJ) has drawn praise for giving back his salary from the 16-day government shutdown. He released the actual check for $5,124, made out to the U.S. Treasury and to be paid toward the public debt.
Sarah Palin was asked by Megyn Kelly Thursday night to react to President Obama's comments on the budget deal and also about how the shutdown fight impacted the GOP.
On a live Special Report following Congress' passage of a bill to raise the debt ceiling and end the government shutdown, Charles Krauthammer weighed in on President Obama's handling of the latest D.C. political crisis.
In a bizarre moment during the House debt bill vote, a stenographer took to the microphone to rant about God before being dragged off the floor.
Sean Hannity and Juan Williams battled it out tonight over the bill passed by Congress to raise the debt ceiling and reopen the government.
Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Mike Lee (R-UT) both voted against the bill to reopen the government and raise the debt ceiling. The bill passed in the Senate and House tonight in a last-ditch effort to avoid default.
The House votes 285-144 to pass a Senate-approved bill ending the government shutdown and raising the debt ceiling.
Earlier today, the House Oversight Committee questioned the National Park Service on whether the White House was behind the decision to barricade U.S. monuments and parks.