- Analysis: Dog of year in Congress whimpers to end Updated: Dec-07-13 2:30 pm
- Obama: Income inequality a defining challenge Updated: Dec-04-13 7:09 pm
- Oklahoma proves popular spot for GOP superstars Updated: Dec-04-13 6:14 pm
- GOP opposes Democratic drive to renew jobless aid Updated: Dec-03-13 6:13 pm
- Editorial: Congress briefly drops by the national... Updated: Dec-02-13 5:46 pm
- Interior Sec. Jewell signs tribal agreement in OK Updated: Nov-25-13 1:58 pm
- Congress honors American Indian code talkers Updated: Nov-20-13 4:25 pm
- Obama health care woes become credibility fight Updated: Nov-17-13 6:54 pm
- Bridenstine only Okla. rep. to vote no on measure Updated: Nov-15-13 2:54 pm
WASHINGTON - Barring uncharacteristically swift work by Congress, more than a million victims of the recession will lose long-term unemployment benefits over the holidays, the price of milk could shoot up in late winter and government payments might fall sharply for doctors who treat Medicare patients.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama prodded Congress to raise wages and secure the social safety net as he issued an overarching appeal Wednesday to correct economic inequalities that he said make it harder for a child to escape poverty. "That should offend all of us," he declared. "We are a better country than this."
OKLAHOMA CITY - Whether it's Oklahoma's conservative reputation or the national profile of its own Republican leaders, the Sooner State is proving to be a popular spot lately for GOP superstars.
WASHINGTON - Republicans controlling the House oppose a drive by Democrats to renew jobless benefits averaging less than $300 a week nationwide for the long-term unemployed, a senior GOP lawmaker said Tuesday.
Don't blink or you may miss it, but Congress is making a brief reappearance in the nation's capital before knocking off until next year.
SHAWNEE, Oklahoma - U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell signed an agreement Monday with the Citizen Potawatomi Nation that gives them greater control of their trust land.
WASHINGTON - For decades, the wartime service of 96-year-old Edmond Harjo and other American Indian "code talkers" was something that wasn't even officially acknowledged, let alone publically recognized.
WASHINGTON - Throughout President Barack Obama's first four years in office, he prided himself on his ability to bounce back when much of Washington thought his presidency was in peril.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Republican U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine was the only member of Oklahoma's House delegation to vote against a bill that would allow insurance companies to sell individual coverage even if it falls short of standards required under the federal health care law.