Republican and Democratic Congressional leaders will meet at the White House today in an attempt to reach a deal over deficit reduction and raising the debt ceiling. Todd Zwillich previews the meeting and tells us what each side is bringing to the table.
House Majority Leader Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.) pulled out of talks with Vice President Joe Biden yesterday on whether to raise the nation's debt ceiling. Todd Zwillich, Takeaway Washington Correspondent, gives us an update.
Over time, Barack Obama has struggled with his political position regarding supporting same-sex marriage. Since becoming president, Obama has had a strong track record on supporting LGBT issues and has said his position on gay marriage is "evolving."
The House of Representatives is set to vote on a resolution to scale back the US military intervention in Libya. We're joined by Todd Zwillich, Takeaway Washington Correspondent and Ian Black, Middle East editor of The Guardian.
The White House and Congress are butting heads over who authorizes military action in Libya. The 60-day deadline for President Obama to get approval from Congress to go to war passed on May 20th. Takeaway Washington correspondent Todd Zwillich has more.
Ethanol supporters argue that the alternative energy source should not be targeted, but cutting the subsidies could save the federal government billions. Takeaway Washington correspondent, Todd Zwillich, reports.
The Republican presidential candidates squared off last night in New Hampshire. Todd Zwillich reports on the debate. Former GOP New Hampshire state legislator and conservative political consultant Fran Wendelboe also gives her reaction.
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