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Rep. Grayson loses $18 million in fraud scheme
Rep. Alan Grayson lost $18 million in an investment fraud scheme, according to court papers cited Monday by The Associated Press .
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House GOP Women Fundraise For Special Election Candidate
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IRS considering new regulations on chamber of commerce groups
Acting IRS commissioner Danny Werfel and the Treasury Department rolled out 32 pages of new guidance last week with proposals to govern 501 nonprofit groups.
The Huffington Post
The Framers Never Envisioned a 60 Vote Supermajority
In the wake of Senate action last week to restore the Senate practice that nominees receive an up or down vote, there has been a great deal of hyperventilating about whether the rules change is consistent with the intent of the Founders and what it means for the future of the Senate.
George Zimmerman could still get his guns back
Less than three months after his estranged wife called the police to report him for allegedly threatening her with a firearm during a domestic dispute, George Zimmerman is in the news for allegedly threatening his current girlfriend, Samantha Scheibe, with a firearm during a domestic dispute.
John F. Kennedy in South Carolina: On the cusp of the presidency
When Democratic presidential candidate John Kennedy arrived in Columbia on Oct. 10, 1960, there was no guarantee he would be able to persuade South Carolinians to vote for him on Election Day.
The great task remaining: Abraham Lincoln and the Gettysburg Address
On Nov. 19, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln came to Pennsylvania to dedicate a cemetery.
Elections Morning Digest: Pro-Medicaid Louisiana Republican wins special election
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