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3 hrs ago | Daily Kos
Senator Elizabeth Warren is helping trying to get more women elected to the U.S. Senate and she's fundraising for three Democratic female candidates for next year's election: As a little girl, I never would have thought I'd be here today, doing what I'm doing.
Is America better or worse off with strong separation between Church and State?
Are you smarter than a 7th grade civics student?
5 hrs ago | Floyd County Times
Three days after it was first reported that none of the three major candidates in next year's U.S. Senate race were planning to attend tomorrow's Shaping Our Appalachian Region summit, one campaign now says their candidate will be there for at least part of the day.
U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell offered some Kentucky wisdom - "there's no education in the second kick of a mule" - when asked about the prospect of another government shutdown , but some members of Congress seem determined to test the proposition.
There's a saying that goes, 'If you can't win, cheat like hell' and it's apparently the motto that the GOP has taken to heart across the country in their latest attempts to sabotage the Affordable Care Act.
Despite record agricultural sales this year, Kentucky's farmers and others in the state are being hurt by the Obama administration's policies, U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell said Saturday at the annual meeting of the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation.
Yesterday morning I received an email from the Warren Campaign. She's pushing hard for three new female candidates in the senate.
For anxious national Democrats who have pined for a white knight in the health care reform debate, Steve Beshear is starting to look like the one they've been waiting for implausible as that development may be.
I just think you might want to redo your story about the soccer player at WVU that earned conference honors, maybe apologize to the volleyball player for calling her a soccer player.
Dec. 06--ALEXANDRIA -- U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, an outspoken opponent of President Barack Obama's health care law, described his frustration upon signing up for the Washington, D.C., exchange, which the senator did Wednesday.
With the recent high profile dismissal of hosts Alec Baldwin and Martin Bashir, you would think MSNBC executives would have warned their on air employees to tone down the inflammatory rhetoric.
The United States is experiencing unprecedented income inequality . It's not only affecting the lives of millions of Americans, but it's the root cause of political polarization that has paralyzed the Federal government.
The Mississippi Senate race just went from looking like a potential free-for-all to firming up as an intense one-on-one battle between the tea party wing of the GOP and its establishment.
Even in states where Obamacare enrollment is booming, insurance companies are running into significant behind-the-scenes technical glitches that could threaten Jan. 1 health coverage.
For congressional Democrats worried about the toll the Affordable Care Act might take on their re-election chances next fall, Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear delivered a surprising message.
Republican legislators praised former South African President Nelson Mandela, who died on Thursday at age 95, and offered their condolences to the people of South Africa.
Steve Beshear and Mitch McConnell, two of the most powerful lawmakers in Kentucky, are at odds when it comes to Obamacare.