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1 hr ago | WDSU-TV New Orleans
SENATOR MARY LANDRIEU IN A CONGRESSIONAL HEARING...WAS TAPED MUCH CLOSER TO HOME.
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2 hrs ago | The Times-Picayune
Rep. Cedric Richmond, left, and Sen. Mary Landrieu, right, were in favor of a bill a Louisiana Senate Committee killed on Wednesday April 23, 2014, that would have opened the door to let voters decide to expand Medicaid in the state.
4 hrs ago | National Review Online
Louisiana's Mary Landrieu, a vulnerable incumbent facing a tough challenge in the November mid-term elections, declined to respond to questions about her ties to the Kochs, successful businessmen and philanthropists who have become personae non gratae among Democrats, and who have been subjected to a series of tirades from the Senate floor by ... (more)
7 hrs ago | KVOR-AM Colorado Springs
Senate Democrats in the South received some welcome news Wednesday from a New York Times -Kaiser Family Foundation poll showing tight U.S. Senate races in Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana and North Carolina.
8 hrs ago | Washington Examiner
Buzz Cut: a First in Fox News First: Americans for Prosperity hits Landrieu with Iraq vet ObamaCare victim a Paul cites 'thuggishness' in Chicago shooting epidemic a Power Play: Wild ride in Georgia a A PSA for the bros FIRST IN FOX NEWS FIRST: AMERICANS FOR PROSPERITY HITS LANDRIEU WITH IRAQ VET OBAMACARE VICTIM Later today, conservative group ... (more)
10 hrs ago | BayouBuzz.com
Hope for McAllister? The news is not all bad for Republican 5th District U.S. Rep. Vance McAllister, whose recent marital misdeed of kissing a staffer in his Monroe office is getting mixed reactions from his constituents.
10 hrs ago | BayouBuzz.com
The discussion regarding Louisiana GOP, David Vitter and Congressman Vance McAllister has been in the news over the past two weeks and on a WGSO-Bayoubuzz Google Hangout Webcast, the issue was raised by Jeff Crouere during the radio-webcast broadcast: Crouere: Next with us, Steve Sabludowsky, publisher of Bayoubuzz.com, is joining us.
10 hrs ago | WOC-AM Davenport
With control of the Senate at stake, progressive interest groups are struggling with how to handle a quartet of Red State Democratic senators up for re-election in 2014.
13 hrs ago | OpenSecrets
Campaign finance is a small world. Through the first year of this election cycle, just 0.16% of American adults made campaign contributions of $200 or more, but that select group accounts for 63.9% of all contributions to federal candidates, PACs, and party committees.
Republicans are acting as if they've already won control of the next Senate, and the media appears happy to play along.
Louisiana's Senate race could determine which party controls the upper chamber. But Rep. Bill Cassidy , who is running to unseat Sen. Mary Landrieu , thinks that more is at stake.
On Friday, the State Department quietly released a notification that the Keystone XL pipeline decision is being delayed yet again.
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker raised more than $1.5 million during the first three months of this year, and even though he spent almost half of it, he still had 60 times as much money left as his nearest competitor this year, a report made public on the Federal Election Commission's website Tuesday shows.
Senator Mary Landrieu is one of the most vulnerable of red state Democratic incumbents, and her reelection challenges - like those of other red state Dems - are said to be all about Obamacare.
The New York Times latest statistical evaluation of U.S. Senate contests gives Republicans a 64 percent chance of winning the Louisiana seat now held by three-term Democrat Mary Landrieu.
The Supreme Court will consider Tuesday whether an anti-abortion group can challenge an Ohio law that could have restricted it from publicly accusing a political candidate of voting for taxpayer-funded abortions in Obamacare.
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.