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6 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor
The US Justice Department Wednesday widened the path to clemency for nonviolent federal drug offenders with an initiative designed to alleviate longstanding sentencing disparities left over from tough drug laws that disproportionately affected black drug offenders.
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10 hrs ago | Free Republic
Jeb Bush once again told a group he is thinking of running for president. The reason interest is high in an undeclared candidate with loud opponents within the GOP is not hard to figure out.
14 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune
Both are strong advocates of keeping the current caucus-convention system of nominating candidates and have been vocal opponents of the Count My Vote movement that would replace the system with direct primaries.
18 hrs ago | North Platte Bulletin
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz , who filibustered the U.S. Senate over Obamacare, has endorsed Ben Sasse for the Senate and will join Sarah Palin and others Friday in North Platte for a Sasse rally.
20 hrs ago | The Wall Street Journal
For eight days starting Wednesday, President Barack Obama will travel around Asia reassuring allies and trading partners that the U.S. remains fully engaged in the world.
Tea Party group FreedomWorks, a leading conservative superPAC, announced on Tuesday that it would endorse Oklahoma House Speaker T.W. Shannon in his bid to replace retiring Republican Sen. Tom Coburn in the hotly contested Republican primary.
In a new video posted Tuesday to Brave New Films' YouTube Channel, actor Martin Sheen reprises his role as the fictional president to draw attention to and call for prison reform.
The Congress is not off the hook either; the democrat led Senate stonewalls any attempt to make the President accountable for his actions of using his 'pen and phone.'
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.
With a deadline looming on the future of the taxpayer-funded U.S. Export-Import Bank, congressional Republicans remain split on whether to reauthorize the bank's charter.
Sen. Kay Hagan overturned four decades of precedent when she won her seat as a Democrat in 2008, and Republicans are not happy about it -- especially the eight Republicans vying for the opportunity to challenge her this fall.
He became the first black speaker of the Oklahoma House of Representatives. And, at the age of 34, he became Oklahoma's youngest House speaker in history.
From left to right: New York State Senator Lee Zeldin and GOP primary candidate for U.S. Congressman George Demos.
Kremer has held the position since the summer of 2009, and has been involved with the group since its inception earlier that year.
To win the Senate, Republicans must win North Carolina. While it's mathematically possible to take the Senate without ousting Democratic senator Kay Hagan, the chances of that happening are close to zero.