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Primaries in Arizona, Vermont, Oklahoma set stage for general election
State treasurer and former CEO Doug Ducey, right, smiles as Gov. Jan Brewer shakes her finger at him playfully as he arrives to claim victory on winning the Republican primary for Arizona governor Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014, in Phoenix.
9 hrs ago
Norwalk Citizen News
Russell, McAffrey win 5th District party runoffs
Former state Sen. Steve Russell, left, candidate for the Republican nomination to a congressional seat in central Oklahoma, embraces Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin, right, at his watch party in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
The American Scholar
Josie Glausiusz is on hiatus and will return soon. This week, we return to one of her previous On Science essays.
Issa Attacks Labor Department's Elevator Posters, PR Contests
The top House Republican oversight chief has blasted the Labor Department for "frivolously" spending tax dollars on public relations contests, inspirational elevator posters and a trip to a New York awards ceremony.
Conservatives Should Rally In Opposition To Police Firepower
Regardless of your opinion on recent events in Ferguson, MO, anyone who cares about his or her constitutional rights should be very concerned with the level of firepower that is being granted to local law enforcement agencies these days.
Don't let politics get in the way of Women's History Museum
Tuesday, Aug. 26, marks the 94th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote.
Voters in Florida, 3 other states head to polls
Former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist is set to find out how much momentum he has for a political comeback, as Democratic primary voters decide whether to nominate the former Republican for a chance to reclaim his old job.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Oklahoma voters go to polls Tuesday to set table for November general election
Oklahoma voters will set the lineup for the November general election Tuesday when they go to the polls to decide primary runoff races for Congress, the Oklahoma Legislature and state schools superintendent.
The City Wire
U.S. Rep. Lankford talks jobs, river funds during campaign stop in Poteau
U.S. Rep. James Lankford, R-Edmond, brought his campaign for U.S. Senate to Poteau Monday .
Christian Science Monitor
Obama broke the law in Bergdahl release deal, GAO report says
President Obama speaks with Jani Bergdahl and Bob Bergdahl, the parents of Army Sgt.
Tuesday Primaries: 4 Things to Watch in Arizona, Florida and Oklahoma
The end of the midterm primary season is nigh , and Tuesday marks the penultimate date of intra-party brawls this cycle.
Paula Sophia For HD 88; Constance Johnson For U.S. Senate; Freda Deskin For Schools Superintendent
First, runoff elections are notorious for their lack of voter participation . It's vitally important for Democrats to get out the vote in this particular runoff election if only to show they are still viable as a political force in conservative, Republican-dominated Oklahoma.
Throwback Senators: The Must-Have 2014 Campaign Accessory
From a father in Arkansas to the "Alaskan of the Century," former senators have played important roles in numerous 2014 campaigns.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Oklahoma Democratic House nominee faces tough task
A policymaker with more than 30 years' experience will face a 79-year-old perennial candidate in Tuesday's Democratic primary runoff election for a U.S. Senate seat.
The Motley Fool
How Poor People Help Rich Corporations Pay Less Tax
Big U.S. corporations are constantly on the prowl for ways to reduce their tax bite, and it seems that they are meeting with a good deal of success.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
The Miami Herald
Runoffs to pick Oklahoma 5th District nominees
Primaries in Oklahoma's 5th Congressional District will conclude this week with two Republicans and two Democrats competing for their parties' nominations.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Tecumseh Countywide News
Voters Will Face Four Kinds Of Elections
Four different kinds of elections will greet voters going to the polls Tuesday, including the Runoff Primary, City of Tecumseh Primary, Town of Bethel Acres Special Sales Tax vote and Asher Public Schools Bond elections.
Salt Lake Tribune
Utah Sen. Mike Lee wants Congress to sign off on new federal rules
Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, sponsored the event Thursday in Salt Lake City, where he equated the government to helicopter parents hovering unnecessarily over their children, and his solution is to require Congress to get more involved in the federal rule-making process that affects everything from health care to the type of light bulbs people can buy.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Algernon D'Ammassa: Strange bedfellows on VA reform bill
If the 113th Congress were a dead frog, it wouldn't twitch if you hooked it up to a truck battery.
US Army Scraps Testing of New Battle Rifles
The U.S. Army suspended tests for a new battle rifle to replace the standard .223-caliber M4A1 carbine carried by today's infantrymen, despite the fact that one of the nine rifles being tested outperformed it.