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8 min ago | The Washington Post
Former senator Rick Santorum on Friday criticized recent GOP presidential candidates for not being conservative enough, echoing comments made a day earlier by Sen. Ted Cruz .
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1 hr ago | Washington Examiner
Sen. Ted Cruz , R-Texas, defined his foreign policy views on Thursday -- carefully positioning himself between the hawkish Sen. John McCain , R-Ariz., and the more anti-interventionist views of Sen. Rand Paul , R-Ky.
5 hrs ago | Seattle Times
"For a long time, the Arab-American community has flown under the radar," says Damon Shadid, lawyer and candidate for Seattle Municipal Court judge.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials are still refusing to disclose the names, criminal histories and whereabouts of more than 2,200 detainees the agency suddenly released a year ago.
A yearlong congressional debate over how to handle sexual assault cases in the military reached a turning point Thursday when the Senate rejected a controversial proposal to have military lawyers rather than commanders make decisions on whether to prosecute such cases.
WASHINGTON: The CIA's internal watchdog is investigating allegations that the agency improperly spied on Senate staffers probing secret details of a now-defunct interrogation program.
No U.S. Senator gets worse reviews from his constituents than Senator John McCain, according to poll results.
The Senate is trying to put together a tough bill to punish Russia for invading Ukraine, but Democrats don't want to act until they know whether or not Europe is on board.
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Newscasters quickly changed the subject after Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer last week vetoed a bill that would have let businesses, on the basis of "religious belief," deny service to gays and lesbians.
The masked men in military uniform spotted all over Ukraine's Crimean peninsula are not Russian military forces but "well-trained militia forces," Russian officials have claimed to America's top military officer.
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., questions Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, March 5, 2014, during the Senate Armed Services Committee hearing focusing on the Defense Department's budget request for fiscal year 2015.
Republican Sen. John McCain agrees with Hillary Clinton on one thing: her reported comparison of Vladimir Putin's Russia to Nazi Germany.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov are scheduled to meet in Paris Wednesday to discuss the crisis in Ukraine.
Rep. Michele Bachmann is "sorry" that Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed a controversial bill in Arizona that would have allowed businesses to legally refuse service to same-sex couples because of religious objections.
Russia is unlikely to pull back its military forces in Ukraine's Crimean peninsula, analysts and former Obama administration officials say, forcing the United States and Europe into a more limited strategy of trying to prevent President Vladimir Putin from making advances elsewhere in the former Soviet republic.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee convened its annual Policy Conference from March 2-4.