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6 hrs ago | Daily Dispatch
Dredging could begin as early as Friday afternoon at the Bonner Bridge as state officials move to repair the closed span that's the only road access between Hatteras Island and the mainland.
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11 hrs ago | WWL-TV New Orleans
The 2014 mid-term elections are still roughly a year away, but already political attack ads have been in rotation.
13 hrs ago | RedState
Sitting out the upcoming Republican primaries is not an option for conservatives.
17 hrs ago | Roll Call
While Democrats up for re-election are facing heat over Obamacare, a Democratic-aligned super PAC launched a TV ad targeting the leading Republican in the North Carolina Senate race on the issue of health care.
21 hrs ago | Daily Kos
In 2010, the GOP steamrolled to its House majority by scaring the bejesus out of seniors about $716 billion in Obamacare cuts to Medicare.
If it seems like an election year when you watch TV these days, don't worry, you're not hallucinating.
As establishment Washingtonians continue to lose popularity with voters, they are becoming increasingly protestant of anyone who criticizes them.
Next week's vote to finalize the long-delayed Volcker rule is likely to kick-off another protracted process: Rewriting key portions of the 2010 Dodd-Frank law.
Vulnerable Democrats in the South are seeing their support erode due to Obamacare problems and the president's plummeting approval ratings, The Wall Street Journal reports.
If they want the government to continue paying part of their premiums, members of Congress will have to buy health coverage on the new exchange set up for small businesses in Washington D.C. as part of the Affordable Care Act.
Americans for Prosperity opened the 2014 campaign early, taking aim at vulnerable Democrats for their support of ObamaCare.
The popular website reports that Congressional staff used a work computer to edit a portion of U.S. Rep. Renee Ellmers' Wikipedia page to remove recent embarrassing headlines.
Hey Democrats, it is not the Obamacare web site that is the from, it is the law, the logistics and the lies A WAPO oped penned by Marc A. Thiessen points out the real issues that Democrats should be panicked over for the 2014 midterm election, not the disastrous roll-out or relaunch of the failed web page, Healthcare.gov.
As Democrats try to gain 17 seats to win a House majority and Republicans work to gain six to capture the Senate, each side faces an uphill battle.
Nearly $9.4 million has been spent on anti-Obamacare commercials aimed at parts of the country where the most uninsured people live - with Charlotte, N.C.; Cleveland, Ohio; and the District of Columbia leading the list, a spending analysis shows .