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"We are changing hearts and minds," said Rep. Ann Wagner, R-Mo. "We hear more and more evidence that life begins at conception."
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Bruising encounters with Presidents Xi Jinping of China and Vladimir V. Putin of Russia may underscore a harsh reality for President Obama as he delves deeper into a term that may be dominated by foreign policy, Mark Landler and Peter Baker write.
SEN CLAIRE MCCASKILL SAYS SHE'S SUPPORTING A SUPER POLITICAL ACTION CMTE ENCOURAGING HILLARY CLINTON TO RUN FOR PRES IN 2016 * THE ORG DOESN'T HAVE OFFICIAL TIES TO CLINTON, BUT IS WORKING TO LAY THE FOUNDATION FOR ANOTHER CLINTON CAMPAIGN * by that anonymous source.
Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill today announced that she is endorsing Hillary Clinton for president.
G8 LEADERS SAY TAX AUTHORITIES SHOULD AUTOMATICALLY SHARE INFORMATION "TO FIGHT THE SCOURGE OF TAX EVASION" AND MAKE IT HARDER FOR COMPANIES TO "SHIFT THEIR PROFITS ACROSS BORDERS TO AVOID TAXES" * HEAD OF THE NATL SECURITY AGENCY TELLS CONGRESS THAT THE GOVT'S SWEEPING SURVEILLANCE PROGRAMS HAVE THWARTED SOME 50 TERRORIST PLOTS AROUND THE WORLD, ... (more)
WASHINGTON As the House debates a bill to limit abortion, Republicans are reopening a subject that cost them dearly in 2012 and continues to present perils for the party's attempt to appeal to women voters.
The Wall Street Journal's James Taranto dismissed the epidemic of sexual assault in the military, claiming that efforts to address the growing problem contributed to a "war on men" and an "effort to criminalize male sexuality."
When the Loop wrote last week about the expanding women's restroom off the Senate chamber, we had no idea just how important a venue we were talking about.
An Air Force commander exercised her discretion in a sexual-assault case. Now her career is being blocked by Sen. Claire McCaskill.
Last June, the United States Senate passed a Farm Bill that would save taxpayers $23 billion, eliminate wasteful and redundant programs while maintaining a safety net for Missouri farmers, and provide critical aid to Missouri ranchers who were ...
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WASHINGTON>> When Sen. Carl Levin of Michigan stripped a measure aimed at curbing sexual assault in the military out of a defense bill this week, it was widely seen as a trampling by a long-serving male committee chairman on female lawmakers seeking justice for victims.
As the House heads into a debate next week on a bill to limit abortion, Republicans are reopening a subject that cost them dearly in 2012 and continues to present perils for the party's attempt to appeal to women voters.