10 hrs ago
KTIV-TV Sioux City
Protecting our freedom comes at a cost. Those who serve during wartime fight bravely for us to keep that freedom.
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11 hrs ago
In the Loop: Some of those 2012 GOP presidential hopefuls are still...
The focus is now on 2016, but some members of the ragtag field from 2012 are still paying off debts from their failed campaigns.
16 hrs ago
Neb. Senator Joins Fight to Exempt DDG From Livestock Feed Regulations
U.S. Sen. Mike Johanns, R-Neb., is joining other industry organizations in asking the Food and Drug Administration to revise a proposed rule regarding distillers grains and other coproducts, according to a press release Johanns released Tuesday.
17 hrs ago
Colorado Springs Business Journal
Business Alliance names chief business development officer
The Business Alliance conducted a regional and national search to find a candidate for the position that oversees business development programs.
U.S. Senate candidate Bart McLeay trails his 3 GOP rivals in fundraising
U.S. Senate candidate Bart McLeay trails his three Republican primary opponents in fundraising, according to finance numbers provided by his campaign Tuesday.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Democrat Senate Candidate Raises $303 Thousand
Another major campaign fund raising report has been released. Democrat David Domina reports his campaign for the senate has raised $303 thousand.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Bipartisan Group of Senators Introduce Measure to Reauthorize and...
Yesterday, Sens. Chuck Schumer , Mark Kirk , Mike Johanns , Dean Heller , Jack Reed , and Chris Murphy introduced a measure to reauthorize and extend the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act program-which is set to expire at the end of the year-for an additional seven years.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Tea Party Divided In Nebraska Republican Senate Race
Elections are like any other job hunt: the key to getting selected is often to have the right people vouch for you.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Senators say USAIDa S Cuba social media program could endanger Bethesdaa s Alan Gross, others
A U.S. government plan to create a Twitter-like platform in Cuba was dumb and may have endangered the life of 64-year-old Bethesda resident Alan Gross and others around the world, Sen. Patrick Leahy, a Vermont Democrat, said at a Congressional hearing Tuesday.
Neb. conservatives: Sasse isn't our pick
A group of Nebraska conservatives has penned a letter declaring Midland University President Ben Sasse isn't their preferred Senate candidate and criticizing the involvement of national conservatives in the race.
Insurance Journal West
Montana's Sen. Tester Awarded Big 'I's' Legislator of the Year 2013
U.S. Sen. Jon Tester has been named the Gerald Solomon-IIABA Legislator of the Year for 2013 by the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America .
Thu Apr 10, 2014
RAND Study: TRIA Saves Taxpayers Money; Roundtable Welcomes Bipartisan Senate Bill to Extend TRIA
The Real Estate Roundtable today welcomed the findings of a RAND Corp. report that the nation's Terrorism Risk Insurance Act helps protect U.S. taxpayers -- particularly for catastrophic events on the scale of 9/11 -- and that the program's expiration at year-end would mean bigger federal outlays in the event of future terrorist attacks.
Disaster livestock assistance around the corner for producers
Programs of this kind expired in 2011, but were reinstated as part of the new farm bill passed this year.
Senators Reach Deal to Extend U.S. Terrorism Insurance
A bipartisan group of U.S. senators has agreed on legislation to extend the government's financial backstop of terrorism insurance for seven years.
Nebraska Republicans take swipes at president
Former Nebraska Treasurer Shane Osborn, Midlands University President Ben Sasse, Omaha attorney Bart McLeay and Omaha banker Sid Dinsdale gathered in Lincoln on Wednesday night and took the opportunity to rail against the Affordable Care Act, Obama's health care overhaul, which Sasse described as a "budget-busting bad idea."
The Washington Post
Read in: Thursday, April 10, 2014
What do you mean you don't get Read In in your mailbox every day? Sign up here , it's free! -- The House on Thursday will vote on Rep. Paul Ryan's budget proposal , a plan aimed more at firing up Republican voters than actually making it through the Senate.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Was 'Cuban Twitter' program political or not?
Captured on tape kissing another man's wife, a married Republican congressman was urged Wednesday by the leader of the Louisiana GOP to resign from the seat he's only held since November.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Senators: Bethesda's Alan Gross Endangered by Social Media Program in Cuba
By ILANA SHULEVITZ Capital News Service A U.S. government plan to create a Twitter-like platform in Cuba was dumb and may have endangered the life of 64-year-old Bethesda resident Alan Gross and others around the world, Sen. Patrick Leahy, a Vermont Democrat, said at a Congressional hearing Tuesday.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Brewers upset with proposed FDA regulation
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The Washington Post
Read in: Friday, April 4, 2014
Army Spc. Ivan Lopez, who killed 3 and wounded 16 others at Fort Hood on Tuesday, was being treated for depression, anxiety and sleeping disorders, but was cleared by an Army psychiatrist in March .