Long-muted tensions within the Democratic Party over policy and strategy are beginning to surface publicly, a sign of leaders looking beyond President Barack Obama s tenure in the aftermath of the party s midterm election defeat. Janet Hook joins the News Hub. Photo: Getty.
A new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds congressional approval at an all-time low as President Obama s foreign policy approval rating tanks. WSJ s Janet Hook reports. Photo: AP
With midterm elections on the horizon, the Republican Party is trying to attract women voters by touting over-the-counter contraception and equal pay and painting a picture of being more responsive to women s rights. WSJ s Janet Hook joins the News Hub with details.
WSJ s Janet Hook explains why Congressional Democrats finally ran out of patience with the White House over the Obama health-care rollout: The website s problems hurt lawmakers standing with voters, but the insurance cancellations were especially damaging.
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