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Sylvia Mathews Burwell is eminently qualified to take over for Kathleen Sebelius as secretary of the Department of Health and Human Service.
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As a candidate, he touted a proposal to curb the influence of lobbyists and donors.
Arizona's guidelines for protecting residential construction workers from dangerous falls on the job site are under intense scrutiny by the federal government.
More than a hundred veterans gathered at Steele Indian School Park this afternoon, many of them angry, following claims by the House Committee for Veteran Affairs last week that as many as 40 deaths at the Phoenix VA was result of healthcare not being provided in a timely manner.
John Mellencamp's "Pink Houses" may be for "you and me" but they are not for the likes of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, or other conservative groups or politicians, a message the liberal rocker has made clear on several occasions.
Sen. John McCain has advocated a tough stance toward Russia over the Ukraine crisis.
A warm welcome for Republican Senator John McCain as he arrives at a NATO base in Lithuania.
Two-time Oscar nominee Jeremy Renner will lend his voice to the three-night, six-hour event series set to explore three decades of devastating wars and the men who held the fate of humankind in their hands.
Congress' annual two-week Spring vacation from the nation's capital is well underway, and many of the 535 lawmakers are following the tradition of sharing their wild experiences via social media.
The U.S.-backed International Republican Institute conducted Myanmar's first national public poll and released the results on April 3. According to the recently published IRI survey, many respondents have a positive view on the country's reform process and the overall performance of Thein Sein's government.
CIO - U.S. Senator John McCain will push for an earlier transition of analog television spectrum to emergency response organizations, saying the April 2009 deadline proposed in a Senate draft bill could cost lives during crisis.
Sens. John Hoeven and John McCain met with energy officials and senior oil executives in Norway, a top producer of oil and natural gas.
The administration's "smart diplomacy" does not include providing aid to those who fight internal oppression or outside aggression and whose victory potentially would obviate the need for direct U.S. action.
P romising Russian President Vladimir Putin "costs" for his March 1 military incursion into Crimea, 52-year-old President Barack Obama might get more than he bargained for as Ukraine 's post-revolutionary government led by 49-year-old Oleksandr Turchinov announced "anti-terrorism operations."
A new survey indicates that 6 out of 10 Republican voters in Arizona would rather elect a new candidate in two years than send Sen. John McCain back to Washington for a sixth term.
When Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius leaves her post at the end of next month, her successor will immediately confront a host of challenges associated with the Affordable Care Act, dealing with both politics and policy.
A new Citizens United Political Victory Fund poll shows that Republican Arizona voters have had it with Sen. John McCain, even though the senator has signaled his intentions to run for a sixth term in 2016.