The Democratic state senator has responded to her colleague's request that she "should reimburse the taxpayers for the entire cost of the second special session."
A look at the day's political happenings, including Anthony Weiner's wife is reportedly taking a break from her job as Hillary Clinton's top aide and North Carolina's governor makes an insulting offer to protesters demonstrating against the state's recently signed-into-law abortion bill.
A look at the day's political happenings, including the White House responds to a slew of petitions about the Westboro Baptist Church and Egypt has a new interim president.
It’s as if they didn’t learn a thing from the 2012 elections. Republicans are on the same suicide mission as before--trying to block immigration reform, roll back the clock on abortion rights and stop gay marriage wherever possible. Why can’t Republicans learn?
During debate Monday on a House bill that would ban virtually all abortions starting 20 weeks after conception, Rep. Michael Burgess, a Republican from Texas, made what likely amounts to be the most absurd argument ever for why the country should outlaw the medical procedure.
The GOP isn't known for being the party of science--far from it, in fact--so when one of its own reaches a new low in scientific stupidity, it's worth noting.