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2 hrs ago | Washington Examiner
A bipartisan chorus on Capitol Hill is calling for the United States to waste no time hitting back at the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria , the terrorist group that claimed Tuesday to have executed American journalist Steven Sotloff.
6 hrs ago | FOX23
Sen. Mary Landrieu is facing increased pressure to stop blocking a bill that would impose sanctions against human rights abusers in Venezuela's government.
6 hrs ago | The Fresno Bee
The visit, including meetings with Mexico President Enrique Pena Nieto and business leaders, comes as his party wrestles with how to win the Hispanic vote.
10 hrs ago | The Hill
Sixty-six percent of Kentucky voters oppose changing a state law to allow Sen. Rand Paul to run for president and reelection to the Senate at the same time, according to a new poll.
10 hrs ago | Creative Loafing Tampa
Welcome to the day after Labor Day, which in Florida means at least six more weeks of unrelenting heat and humidity.
14 hrs ago | American Reporter
When the invasion of the strategic Ukrainian region of Crimea was still imminent, I wrote that the first thing the Obama Administration should do in response is to reinstate the proposed defensive missile shield in Poland proposed by the Bush Administration but dropped by the Obama White House in 2009.
18 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel
The race for the governor's office is dead even and voters now are ready to support Amendment 2 approving medical marijuana use in Florida, a new poll finds.
18 hrs ago | VDARE
I begin VDARE.com's Fall fundraising appeal on Labor Day, although the readership of all political sites tends to drop down dead on the last long weekend of summer, for a simple reason: It has always really bothered me, as a long-time financial journalist, that the Main Stream Media completely ignores the impact of immigration on American workers.
With less than 10 weeks to go before the midterm Congressional elections Americans in general are frustrated with Washington.
Is Sen. Ted Cruz considering a 2016 presidential bid? Politico insinuated that Sen. Cruz's new hires might have been made with 2016 in mind.
Democrats have all but exhausted their extraordinarily lucrative impeachment-themed fundraising gimmicks, so they've moved on to a new scare leading up to the midterm elections: Accuse Republicans of plotting to shut down the government .
Will Mitt Romney's choice be Paul Ryan, Pat Toomey, Mitch Daniels, Tom Ridge, Marco Rubio, Chris Christie or someone else? Good morning .
Sen. Marco Rubio is singing a new tune on immigration as he eyes a possible 2016 presidential run, but it may not be enough to win over disaffected conservatives just yet.
Matalin supports Brown in 5th, says GOP will win Senate Republican strategist Mary Matalin attended a fundraiser for 5th District candidate Harris Brown, R-Monroe, Thursday.
Shut down the government over immigration? Sen. Marco Rubio hinted at the possibility this past week in an interview with a conservative website.
Former House Republican Leader Tom DeLay, who was targeted by the same Texas prosecutor's office that indicted Gov. Rick Perry earlier this month, said Sunday that it's still possible for Perry to mount a presidential campaign.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott took credit for helping turn the state around in his four years in office, while also taking jabs at his Democratic opponent and predecessor, former Gov. Charlie Crist.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 03:59 pm
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