Political

(Undated) -- Open enrollment for Obamacare begins Saturday and administration officials say consumers should expect fewer problems compared to last year's disastrous rollout. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell says improvements that have been made to the...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama says he will take action on immigration before the end of this year. Speaking at a press event in Myanmar, the President again emphasized that he would take action on immigration if Congress doesn't. Obama was answering a question about his...
(Undated) -- President Obama says the law barring Myanmar democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi from the country's presidency "doesn't make much sense." Obama panned the law as he and Suu Kyi met with reporters today. The Obama administration is pressing for more change in Myanmar,...
(Undated) -- Presumed Alaska Senator-elect Dan Sullivan says he's ready to get to work in Washington. Sullivan wants to focus on commerce, the EPA and the military if he defeats Democrat Mark Begich . Sullivan declared victory earlier this week, but with votes still being...
(Undated) -- Arizona Congressman Matt Salmon says President Obama shouldn't use executive action on immigration. Representative Salmon says the House will make sure that they will refuse funding to an executive order. He says the House hasn't voted on an immigration reform bill...
(Undated) -- Louisiana Congressman and House Majority Whip Steve Scalise says he will hold President Obama accountable for the broken promises of the Affordable Care Act. Representative Scalise says the new Congress will question the people who wrote the bill and make sure it's...
(Washington, DC) -- Republicans are choosing Ohio's John Boehner to serve a third term as Speaker of the House. House Republicans made it official during a closed meeting at the Capitol Thursday. Boehner urged Democrats to join Republicans in crafting an agenda to create faster...
(Undated) -- President Obama says his position remains the same on the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline. Obama made the comment ahead of today's House vote to approve the pipeline that would carry crude oil from Canada to American refineries on the Gulf Coast. Obama reminded...
(Washington, DC) -- The House is expected to vote to approve the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline today. The Senate may follow suit next week. Louisiana Democratic Senator Mary Landrieu says this bill has come close to passing but is now being held up by politics from both...