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2 hrs ago | Roll Call
Jody Hice defeated Mike Collins, above, for the GOP nod in a Georgia House race.
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6 hrs ago | Business Journal
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper speaks to a business-group event in January. On Tuesday, he unveiled a list of some 120 business leaders supporting his re-election bid.
7 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor
Democracy Corps co-founder Stan Greenberg speaks with reporters at a Monitor Breakfast, hosted by The Christian Science Monitor, on July 23, 2013 in Washington, DC.
11 hrs ago | TheBlaze.com
In the July/August issue of TheBlaze Magazine , media analyst Dan Gainor details many of the scandals and upheavals at MSNBC, as well as the dishonest leadership that the left-wing progressive hosts answer to.
15 hrs ago | Daily Kos
A writer for the conservative Wall Street Journal's opinion page has published a piece criticizing GOP Gov. Scott Walker for his TV ad accusing his Democratic foe, Mary Burke, of profiting from Trek Bicycles' outsourcing of manufacturing jobs to the low-wage nation of China.
17 hrs ago | The Washington Post
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory and state Senate President Phil Berger are members of the same party, but they don't see eye to eye.
18 hrs ago | WTVF Nashville
Police have arrested a man who they said made threats to kill the president, other elected officials, and members of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
One of the best-sourced reporters in Washington says you shouldn't rule out Mitt Romney to make a third run for the presidency in 2016.
The "debt clock" was a big part of Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign, but it probably didn't end up in any of his living rooms.
For someone just blindly looking at the big numbers, the release of Politico's new poll late last week might give pause to the Democrats, and a bit of buoyant glee to adherents of the GOP.
The Republican Party of Iowa has hired a new team of communications staffers to get out the word on GOP candidates for the November election and promote the party.
In this Aug. 24, 2012, file photo Republican Rep. Todd Akin, R-Mo., talks to the media gathered in Chesterfield, Mo., and told them he will stay in the U.S. Senate race despite the uproar over his remarks about rape and pregnancy.
This week, we may find out whether Congress is capable of responding to the crisis of young migrants crossing the border - or whether it will punt entirely before going home for August.
Mitt Romney's assertion in the first 2012 presidential debate - that Obamacare was a government takeover of the healthcare industry - was right in PolitiFact's wheelhouse.
Both of this state's nominees for a six-year term in the United States Senate - current 2nd District Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito, a Republican, and current Secretary of State Natalie Tennant, a Democrat - are women.
There is not very much good to say about the life and career of Vladimir Lenin, but give the pickled old monster this much: He cut through more than two centuries' worth of bull and straight to the heart of all politics with his simple question: "Who? Whom?" Which is to say: Who acts? Who is acted upon? Even here in the land of the free, meditating ... (more)
Caveat emptor: I have not talked with or received an email from former Massachusetts governor and 2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney in months, and the last time I asked him if he was thinking about 2016 -- on air before a national audience -- his answer was a firm "No."
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 11:49 pm
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