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20 hrs ago | Washington Examiner
Democrats have been trumpeting their support for a hefty minimum wage increase in the run-up to November's midterm elections .
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Yesterday | Arkansas Times
Reports have emerged that Little Rock Air Force Base is in line for a major infusion of the Air Force's most advanced cargo plane.
Friday | Common Dreams
Seeking to protect a program roughly 50 million Americans rely on, a group of senators introduced legislation on Thursday to stave off cuts to Medicare.
Friday | Free Republic
Democrats from President Barack Obama's very own party joined Republicans derailing Obama's nominee , Debo Adegbile, for the Civil Rights Division of the Justice Department.
Debo Adgebile was rejected in a 47-52 vote to become the next United States Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights.
Fayetteville attorney Timothy Brooks has been confirmed by the U.S. Senate to serve as a U.S. District Court Judge for the Western District of Arkansas.
Seizing on proposed Medicare Advantage cuts, the right-leaning American Action Network will unveil a $1 million ad campaign on Friday against three vulnerable Democratic senators and six House Democrats.
Republican Rep. Tom Cotton said a desire to protect America's freedom motivated him to run for Congress in Arkansas, not a sense of entitlement, as Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor claimed.
The state auditor's office said it has not yet received payments from former Lt.
Increasingly anxious about the prospect of a difficult election year, Democratic candidates are already starting to take refuge in one of the party's most tried and true issues: Social Security.
The headline of a NBC preview of the U.S. Senate race in Arkansas by Kasie Hunt and Ben Mayer asks the right question: "Can a Democrat Still Be Elected in Arkansas?" The piece goes on to spend a lot of time talking about the individual pros and cons of incumbent Sen. Mark Pryor and GOP challenger Rep. Tom Cotton.
Republicans and a veterans group have pounced on a comment by Arkansas Democrat Sen. Mark Pryor that his Republican opponent feels a "sense of entitlement" because he served in the military.
A Republican Senate hopeful in Georgia is making the calculation that nothing gets primary voters more fired-up than free gun giveaways .
Likely fearful of attack ads, seven Senate Democrats joined Republicans on Wednesday to block the nomination of Debo P. Adegbile to be the next assistant attorney general for the Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division.
Debo Adegbile, who previously served as the acting head of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, is one of the nation's top civil rights attorneys.
As the world de-ices, the line is open. Final notes: * FEDERAL JUDGE NOMINATION MOVES AHEAD : The Senate has scheduled debate Wednesday on the presidential nomination of Timothy Brooks of Fayetteville to a vacancy on the federal district court for the Western District of Arkansas.