Jan 28, 2014
National Review Online
The acting chief financial officer of troubled mortgage giant Freddie Mac was found dead in his Fairfax County home early this morning after apparently committing suicide, Fairfax police said.
Jan 28, 2014
This Is The 7th Time a Gop Chairman Has Tried To Reach Out To Minorities
On Friday, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus proudly told his party's annual winter meeting that their efforts to "engage with voters of all backgrounds" are working.
Sunshine State News
Back to the Senate for Scott Brown and Bob Smith?
As Republicans look to flip the U.S. Senate in November, they can be excused if they ponder the political career of 19th century Daniel Webster as two former U.S. senators -- one with major ties to Florida -- look at returning to the Senate in New Hampshire.
Naples Daily News
Analysts debate if Gov. Scott's choice for lieutenant is pandering to Hispanics
Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday named Carlos Lopez-Cantera, the former state House majority leader and current Miami-Dade County property appraiser, as lieutenant governor.
The Huffington Post
Marco Rubio Accuses Obama Of 'Emboldening The Taliban'
Sen. Marco Rubio on Sunday charged President Barack Obama with "emboldening the Taliban," citing details from a new book by former Defense Secretary Robert Gates that harshly criticizes the president's leadership in the war in Afghanistan.