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45 min ago | The Times-Picayune
Underdog Republican Senate candidate Rob Maness is clarifying an interview he gave Friday to The Hill newspaper in which he said he would have voted against $60-billion aid package for Hurricane Katrina had he been in the Senate in 2005.
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4 hrs ago | Examiner.com
In a staunch effort to unleash the grip of climate skeptics' misinformation on Congress, corporations and the general public, a group of Democrats plan to hold the floor on Monday night to give speeches and lend their support to President Barack Obama's Climate Action Plan.
6 hrs ago | The Weekly Standard
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11 hrs ago | BayouBuzz.com
Now that the Mardi Gras parades are history, rumor has it that spring is floating about and turning the corner bringing warmer temperatures, soon.
Surrounded by a throng of reporters and bathed in the bright lights of tv cameras from all over the world, Andrew Breitbart was in his element.
But for years the Obama administration has completely failed to use the U.S.'s boom in energy production to increase its security and that of its European allies.
States run by Republican governors and legislatures are slowly adopting the Medicaid expansion under ObamaCare, boosting Democratic hopes they can run on the issue in the midterm elections.
Tuesday's U.S. House debate over a measure to stem crippling premium increases for federal flood insurance customers was kind of amazing to watch, what with all the Democrats thanking Republican Majority Leader Eric Cantor and others who took part in the negotiations, including Louisiana Reps.
Democrats could get walloped in the November elections. The party gets sleepy and distracted in the midterms.
Attorney General Buddy Caldwell's appearance at U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu's annual Washington Mardi Gras party late last month caused a bit of a stir, and not just because Caldwell treated the crowd to a mean Elvis impersonation.
As she campaigns for the House, Democrat Gwen Graham spends time on occasion working alongside fellow Florida residents-on a farm, at a goat ranch, at a construction site.
Too drunk to gamble? That's the claim of a California man suing a Las Vegas casino he says continued to serve him drinks and loan him money after he was so drunk he suffered a blackout.
Louisiana Senate hopeful Rob Maness takes a hard line on spending issues, even when it comes to Hurricane Katrina relief funding.
With a bill to roll back increases in flood insurance premiums possibly just days away from final enactment - the Senate is expected to vote on the House bill next week - Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu and Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy are jockeying to claim credit for its success during one of the most competitive Senate races in the country.
The big takeaway from the 2012 election was the limits of the modern Republican electoral coalition.
Sens. Mary Landrieu D-La., left, and David Vitter, R-La., were on the same side on legislation to take decisions about prosecuting sexual assaults away from military commanders.