Two days after voters angry with Washington's dysfunction swept Republicans into control of the Senate and expanded their advantage in the House, Speaker John Boehner used his first post-midterm news conference to issue a "burn" notice to the commander-in-chief. Full story
Here's what Obama's Senior Adviser, Dan Pfeiffer, has to say about Boehner's harsh words to the President.
As Democrats and Republicans reach a compromise on a budget bill that will fund the government and avoid a government shutdown next year, outside conservative groups are trying to stand in the way of what they see as a bad deal - and House Speaker John Boehner is not happy about it. CNN's Dana Bash reports.
In an hour-long news conference today, Pres. Obama addressed shutdown negotiations and the looming debt limit. Hours later, House Speaker John Boehner held his own news conference to jab back at the White House. CNN's Jim Acosta reports on the dueling addresses.
CNN's Joe Johns travels to the Speaker's home district to see how his constituents are reacting to the government shutdown.
Republican CNN Contributor Erick Erickson says he favors current Speaker, John Boehner, over Rep. Eric Cantor. "I don't trust Cantor as far as I can throw him," Erickson said.
Rep. Peter King details his meeting with Speaker Boehner, who said vote on Sandy aid is their first priority.