Susan Ferrechio

Washington Examiner

Guest

Chief Congressional correspondent for the Washington Examiner; former reporter for Congressional Quarterly

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This is the last week until the Senate and Congress take their August recess, and a lot of the nation’s business will remain undone.

Congress Seeks Common Ground on VA Bill… If Not Others

This is the last week until the Senate and Congress take their August recess, and a lot of the nation’s business will remain undone.

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In his  fifth State of the Union address  last night, President Obama asked a divided Congress to increase the federal minimum wage.

Can Barack Obama Go It Alone in His Second Term?

In his fifth State of the Union address last night, President Obama asked a divided Congress to increase the federal minimum wage.

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President Obama spent almost an hour with reporters today,  announcing a change in Obamacare .

President Obama's Healthcare 'Fix'

President Obama spent almost an hour with reporters today, announcing a change in Obamacare .

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