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12 min ago | Daily Kos
Here in my section of North Carolina we hear Republicans trying to outdo each other in promoting hatred for Obama and "the Obama/Hagan/Asheville ultra-liberal progressive political machine."
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4 hrs ago | The News Tribune
President Barack Obama will present the award to former Army Sgt. Kyle White on May 13 at a White House ceremony.
4 hrs ago | USA Today
Democrats in six key Senate races collected more than $2 million each in campaign funds.
5 hrs ago | News Observer
Gov. Pat McCrory will use April 15 to trumpet a new report that suggests the state's economic outlook is among the best in the nation because of the major tax cut measure he signed into law last year.
9 hrs ago | The Washington Post
This chart, which I posted last week on the Fix , told the story of the death of the ideological middle in Congress.
U.S. Senate Republican candidate Greg Brannon greets Reagan Pete, 2, prior to The Great Debate, a forum sponsored by the East Wake Republican Club at Hephzibah Baptist Church on Friday in Wendell.
I recently announced that I am supporting House Speaker Thom Tillis for the United States Senate.
Alishia Tisdale, proud of the small role she played in Barack Obama's two White House victories, says she turns out whenever the presidency is on the ballot.
Olympia Snowe made her case for a return to governing from the "sensible center," and she did it with conviction.
Senate Democrats planned to spend the spring ramping up their election-year message on income inequality - not relitigating Obamacare.
Sen. Kay Hagan has supported the federal health care law and called for comprehensive immigration reform that includes stronger border security, visas for high-tech workers and an agriculture component to help farmers get needed workers.
At a closed-door meeting last year at the North Carolina General Assembly building, Thom Tillis, the state speaker of the house and frontrunner in the GOP primary to take on Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan in November, clashed with Republican activists and legislators who claimed that Tillis was blocking conservative legislation to bolster his chances in ... (more)
Outgoing Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said she was "flat-out wrong" to believe that HealthCare.gov was ready to go on Oct. 1, 2013.
With the Americans for Prosperity Freedom Summit rolling into town this weekend, it's important to remember that AFP has a history of using Koch Brothers Big Oil money to run misleading, and often false, negative and nasty attack ads.
I am writing about all the competitive senate races. These diaries will be updated on Yahoo! as I hear about new material.
Jim Snyder ran unsuccessfully for the job 12 years ago but still believes it's worth speaking out against trade agreements and abortion.