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2 hrs ago | Washington Times
Fundraise for Hillary Clinton in Ireland : faith and begorra, that's exactly what Ready for Hillary did.
6 hrs ago | The Daily Caller
A conservative super PAC plans to go up on television in the crucial Arkansas Senate race this week to tie incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor to "extremist liberals" in Washington D.C. What's unusual about these ads from the Conservative War Chest super PAC is that one version is two minutes long.
10 hrs ago | Examiner.com
It was exactly 34-years-ago today Republican presidential nominee Ronald Reagan launched his 1980 bid to replace President Jimmy Carter.
13 hrs ago | Journal and Courier
Howey: Awaiting Evan Bayh's decision Why Indiana Democrats and Republicans alike are watching Bayh's next move.
17 hrs ago | Daily Kos
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand has held a Labor Day barbecue every year since she was elected to the House in 2006.
VT U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders is not a member of the Democratic Party. He is an Independent and when he runs for election in Vermont, he runs not on the Democratic Party ballot but as an Independent .
I'm a former senior editor at Fortune Small Business magazine, and I have written about entrepreneurship for publications such as Crain's New York Business, Fortune, Money, Working Mother, CBS MoneyWatch, and Good Housekeeping.
Hillary Rodham Clinton, odds-on favorite at this early date to become the Democratic Party candidate for president in 2016, admittedly does not know much about the inner workings of new-gen IT, but she knows a great deal about how such innovation is impacting key social issues on a world and national level.
"Man bites dog" is the classic definition of news. By that standard, "Male senator says something offensively sexist to female colleague" ought to be no news at all.
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There have been seven inquiries into the Benghazi attacks, so definitely what the nation needs is for another one to cost millions of dollars and stretch on for another year and a half.
During her time as a congresswoman and senator in Washington, Kirsten Gillibrand has been called "porky", "chubby" and "fat" - and not by anonymous internet trolls, but by her fellow politicians.
OBAMA: NO IMMINENT ESCALATION AGAINST ISLAMIC STATE: President Barack Obama signaled the U.S. has no immediate plans to escalate military operations against Islamic State extremists in Iraq or Syria, stressing the need to counter the group's advance while formulating a broader strategy to protect U.S. interests and allies.
The New York Times invariably casts any GOP inquiry into the intelligence failures that led to the death of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya, as a purely partisan venture.
When Barbara Mikulski was elected to the United States Senate in 1986, her presence doubled its female membership.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 08:02 pm
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