Articles by Nancy Pelosi
Defiant Rangel censured by House for ethics violation
December 04 2010 1:04 PM EST
Disgraced Rep. Charles Bernard Rangel (D-N.Y.) has been censured by the U.S. House of Representatives for ethics violation but narrowly escaped expulsion.
Unemployment insurance runs out for 800,000
December 01 2010 5:42 PM EST
Unemployment insurance expired for approximately 800,000 out-of-work Americans yesterday, and two million more will lose their benefits at the end of the year, unless Congress takes action to extend the benefits.
Obama meets with GOP leaders for a good start
November 30 2010 6:52 PM EST
The American people did not vote for political gridlock in Washington, according to President Barack Obama who today met with Congressional leaders from both parties to discuss what they consider the main components of the national agenda.
House Dems pick Pelosi as leader despite moderates' concerns
November 17 2010 11:57 PM EST
House Democrats re-elected Rep. Nancy Pelosi D-CA as their leader for the next Congress by a large margin on Wednesday as her challenger said the fragmented vote meant moderates should get a say in decision making.
Debt commission's proposal gets varied reception
November 11 2010 2:11 AM EST
Not unexpectedly, the preliminary proposal of President’s Obama’s bipartisan Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform has met with mixed reviews, from “unacceptable” to “most encouraging.”