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Sponsored Links Democrat Michelle Nunn poked a bit of fun at the embarrassing exposure of the 144-page series of Senate strategy memos that leaked this week. And then she used the occasion to launch her most aggressive attack yet at GOP candidate
Kim Jong-un (Supreme leader of North Korea), Boko Haram (violent militant group in Nigeria) and their ilk cause people around the world to shudder at their atrocities. Fortunately, the United States has long been spared having to deal
House Republicans plan to delay their August recess to stay in Washington until they have enough votes to pass a bill responding to the border crisis. GOP leaders pulled legislation from the schedule Thursday after it became clear the votes weren't
If you attack the president repeatedly for law-breaking, executive overreach and deceiving the public and Congress, do you have an obligation to impeach him? This is the logical question Republicans are now trying to duck. There is a reason why
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Commentary It’s official and it is history making – House Republicans have sunk to a new low by voting to sue President Barack Obama. Now, with the 225-201 vote in the bag, the happy little GOP
The Seattle Times political team explores national, state and local politics...This time, the state GOP mailer praises its own candidate, Mark Miloscia, for standing up to the party bosses and out-of-touch politicians...Is the state Republican Party
Senate Democrats are struggling to rally enough support for their $2.7 billion measure, while House Republicans hoped to wrangle enough backing from their conservative wing to overcome staunch Democratic opposition to their $659 million short-term
The effort by Sen. Ted Cruz (Tex.) , who made his pitch to a group of House Republicans in a closed-door evening meeting, marked another direct shot at attempts by Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) to deal with the influx of illegal immigrants
PDT Cover your eyes and hide the kids: A Republican is talking poverty...Gov. Andre Bauer likening poor people to animals one feeds from the back door and Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning calling them stray raccoons?