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2 hrs ago | Washington Post
To help open the Senate's formal proceedings on Thursday, the Dalai Lama offered prayers of joy, good fortune and the fulfillment of wishes.
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By a bipartisan vote of 385-23, the House voted to approve legislation to provide loan guarantees for Ukraine, paving the way for the administration to extend about a $1 billion loan to support the government there.
7 hrs ago | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
Speaking at the White House, Obama also said he opposes a referendum that would allow parts of Crimea to break away from Ukraine and join Russia.
11 hrs ago | CNN
House Speaker John Boehner said Rep. Darrell Issa was justified in ending an acrimonious hearing on IRS targeting of conservative groups -- a meeting concluded when Issa cut the hearing room microphones with his harshest critic on the panel, Rep. Elijah Cummings, in mid sentence.
14 hrs ago | Bloomberg
Fast-food workers and supporters organized by the Service Employees International Union protest outside of a Burger King Worldwide Inc. restaurant in Los Angeles.
18 hrs ago | Truthdig
Hawks are complaining that Europe has been insufficiently belligerent in its response to Russian moves in the Crimea, blaming the declining military budgets in most European countries.
U.S. lawmakers could vote within days on legislation to aid the government of Ukraine as it seeks to rebuild the country and struggles to halt Russian military incursions, but they are still undecided as to how Washington should best deal with Moscow.
House Republicans continue targeting the president's signature health care law, casting on Wednesday their 50th vote to change it since seizing majority control in 2011.
Four governors: Dan Malloy of Connecticut, Deval Patrick of Massachusetts, Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island and Peter Shumlin of Vermont.
House Speaker John Boehner , R-Ohio, said Wednesday that the House should hold former Internal Revenue Service official Lois Lerner in contempt of Congress if she continues to refuse to testify about her involvement in the recent targeting of conservative groups who sought tax exempt status.
For some reason Gee Oh Pee 'leader' John Boehner decided to tell the truth to his the local newspaper back home in his OH-8 district -in contrast to the tripe he usually feeds the rest of us.
The deal, brokered by Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., with a bipartisan coalition of coastal state lawmakers, sailed through the House, 306 to 91, despite protests from conservative Republicans that the changes would add to the national debt.
This week, we will be treated to the annual spectacle of the Conservative Political Action Conference, a place where the most outrageous Republicans are invited to spew their venom to the party faithful.
There has been an interesting development in the CO-04 and U.S. Senate races in Colorado where two-term incumbent Republican U.S. Congressman in Colorado's 4th Congressional District, Cory Gardner, is now running for the U.S. Senate and even more right-wing Ken Buck, has switched from running for the U.S. Senate to running for CO-04.
At 19, Igor Birman raised his right hand and repeated the oath of allegiance through a Russian accent that had begun to fade.
The blueprint for fiscal 2015, which begins Oct. 1, is laden with populist proposals designed to fortify those goals.
Majority Leader Eric Cantor is dithering about bringing up legislation to stave off massive pay cuts for doctors set to begin at the end the month, as he worries about political consequences should hospital and nursing home budgets be slashed to pay for the costly bill.