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Conservative Republican lawmakers lambaste McConnell on immigration

By Scott Wong House conservatives are taking aim at a new target: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Tea Party lawmakers on Wednesday directed their ire at the Kentucky Republican after Senate leaders signaled they don’t have the votes to pass a House-approved bill that would fight President Obama’s executive actions on immigration. It’s a new tack for the Tea Party members in the House, who have repeatedly criticized Obama, Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid (Nev.) and Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio).House lawmakers say their conservative allies in the Senate have a responsibility to force the upper chamber to aggressively challenge Obama’s actions….

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Dynamic scoring and the power of numbers

In one of their first moves upon taking power in Congress, the Republicans instructed the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) to adopt “dynamic scoring” when evaluating the budgetary impacts of new tax legislation. This is the type of issue that only a Beltway insider could love. But the priority that Republicans put on this move indicates the high value that politicians place on controlling the numbers attached to the assessment of public policies. This is particularly true of numbers that are produced with the veneer of neutrality. Under dynamic scoring, the CBO would estimate changes to the macroeconomy as a result of the…

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Obama tries to steal GOP thunder

President Obama, no longer handcuffed by worries about vulnerable red-state Democratic senators, has been putting Republicans on their back foot. The GOP hoped Obama would be humbled by the midterm elections that saw Democrats swept from power in the Senate. Instead, when Obama delivers his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress completely controlled by the GOP on Tuesday, Republicans will see a confident Obama who is bullish about his own approval ratings and no longer worried about anyone else’s reelection. The GOP will be defending 24 Senate seats in 2016, compared to 10 for Democrats….

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Publication de la Liste des Membres du Nouveau Gouvernement en Haiti

Le Secrétariat général de la présidence a publié dimanche soir la liste complète des membres qui composent le nouveau gouvernement du Premier ministre Evans Paul. L’investiture sera donnée aux nouveaux ministres et secrétaires d’Etat, ce lundi 19 janvier 2015 à 4hPM, au Palais National. Le Gouvernement est composé des personnalités suivantes: Les Ministres: Le citoyen Yves Germain JOSEPH est nommé Ministre de la Planification et de la Coopération Externe ; Le citoyen Duly BRUTUS est nommé Ministre des Affaires Etrangères et des Cultes ; Le citoyen Pierre Richard CASIMIR est nommé Ministre de la Justice et de la Sécurité Publique…

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House votes to block Obama’s immigration action

Erin Kelly, USA TODAY WASHINGTON — The House voted Wednesday to block funding for President Obama’s executive order to protect about 4 million undocumented immigrants from being deported and allow them to work legally in the USA. The action puts the House on a collision course with Senate Democrats and the White House and could lead to a partial shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security if a compromise cannot be reached by the end of next month. House members voted 236-191 to pass a $40 billion funding bill for the Department of Homeland Security after first approving five controversial…

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L’ONU tente de trouver une solution au conflit libyen

Agence France-Presse GENÈVE Des parties en conflit en Libye se sont retrouvées mercredi à Genève sous l’égide de l’ONU pour tenter de trouver une solution à la grave crise politique et aux violences qui menacent de faire basculer le pays dans une guerre ouverte. «Ces négociations vont être longues et compliquées», a déclaré d’emblée, avant le début des entretiens, Bernardino Leon, Représentant spécial du Secrétaire général de l’ONU pour la Libye et chef de la mission de l’ONU (MISNUL) en Libye, lors d’une conférence de presse. Le diplomate a en outre indiqué qu’il fallait «compter avec la créativité libyenne, étant…

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Dem leaders push for unity in Keystone votes

By Laura Barron-Lopez Senate Democrats are pushing a handful of amendments to a Keystone XL pipeline bill in what their leaders are portraying as their first opportunity to present a united front as the minority party. In a letter to colleagues obtained by The Hill, Senate Democratic Policy and Communications Center (DPCC) Chairman Chuck Schumer (N.Y.) and Vice-Chairwoman Debbie Stabenow (Mich.) called on Democrats to test the new Republican majority on their promise to hold an open amendment process for legislation. “Consideration of this bill will provide us with the first opportunity to demonstrate that we will be united, energetic, and…

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Republicans take the reins

By Alexander Bolton It’s game time for Mitch McConnell and John Boehner. For the first time since 2006, Congress is convening this week under full GOP control, with McConnell (Ky.) reaching the pinnacle of Senate majority leader and Boehner (Ohio) poised to win a third term as Speaker. With a 54-46 majority in the Senate, and an expanded majority in the House, Republicans are under pressure to deliver on their promises and move a raft of legislation to President Obama’s desk in the first few months of the year.But in order to achieve that goal, McConnell and Boehner will need to…

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New Afghan president: Obama may have to reexamine withdrawal

By Kevin Cirilli – 01/04/15 07:00 PM EST Afghanistan president Ashraf Ghani said in a interview broadcast late Sunday that President Obama may need to “reexamine” his deadline for the U.S. troop withdrawal from the country. “If both parties, or, in this case, multiple partners, have done their best to achieve the objectives and progress is very real, then there should be willingness to reexamine a deadline,” Ghani told CBS’s “60 Minutes.””Did you tell President Obama that?” Lara Logan asked. “President Obama knows me. We don’t need … to tell each other,” Ghani said during his first U.S. televised interview since becoming the…

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Venezuelan leader Maduro seeks economic help on tour

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is beginning an international tour to try to stem the impact of falling oil prices and a deepening recession. Mr Maduro goes first to China – a major source of loans for Venezuela – for talks with the Chinese President, Xi Jinping. He will then travel to various Opec member countries to press for cuts in oil output that would boost prices. Venezuelan oil prices have dropped by half since June. The country gets most of its foreign currency from oil exports and is estimated to have the largest oil reserves in the world. Before he…

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