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The new Republican Senate majority is not the only change the 114th Congress will see when it convenes Tuesday. There has also been a shift in the gender breakdown. A record 107 women will serve in the newest Congress, with several notable firsts. The Senate will have six Republican female senators
The first black Republican woman elected to Congress Mia Love of Utah says Majority Whip Steve Scalise should stay in GOP leadership despite ongoing scandal.
Below is the rush transcript for "This Week" on January 4, 2014. It may contain errors and will be updated. ANNOUNCER: Now on ABC This Week, the mystery of AirAsia flight 8501: more pieces of the plane uncovered. Are they closing in on the black boxes? What caused the plane to fall from the sky?
There are a lot of new Republicans headed to Congress next year, but some members of the largest GOP wave since the Hoover administration stick out more than others. Here are some of the newly minted senators and members of Congress likely to shake things up at the Capitol: JONI ERNST,
Election Night 2014 brought several "firsts" across the country. With their victories, these are the elected officials who made history on Tuesday night. First Elected African-American Senator From South Carolina Republican Tim Scott became South Carolina’s first elected black senator tonight with
Today marks the start of a three-day gathering of conservative leaders and activists from around the country. The Conservative Political Action Conference -- CPAC, for short -- is organized by the American Conservative Union and has become an annual focal point that brings together establishment
Carville states less Christie and more Palin is ‘a good day’ CARVILLE: Any day that you have more Sarah Palin and less Chris Christie, is a good day for James Carville. Below you can find some of the notable comments made Sunday on “This Week...
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES MEETING OF THE MINDS: This morning President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden meet with House Speaker John Boehner, Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell at the White House in a last...
White House economic adviser Gene Sperling and Sen. Kelly Ayotte are interviewed on 'This Week' Sunday