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  • Portman outlines Senate agenda

    These areas, which the Ohio Republican identified "common ground," between Republicans and Democrats, would be "great for the economy," he told reporters at a Christian Science Monitor-sponsored breakfast Thursday.

  • House and Senate recycle partisan agendas in pre-election session

    It's the same song, second verse as the two chambers recycle partisan agenda items while heading out the door to campaign ahead of the pivotal November election.

  • DNC chair is a hypocrite in the 'war on women'

    I realize that Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz opposes Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's policies, but to equate them to domestic violence is unacceptable.

  • Chris Christie stumps for Rick Scott in Florida

    Scott will be joined by Christie in Panama City on Friday as part of Scott's "Let's Keep Working Tax Cuts Bus Tour," according to a Facebook event by Florida Rep. Jimmy Patronis.

  • Local CBS team turns on Sen. Udall for declining live debate request: 'Disappointing,' 'unfortunate'

    The CBS News affiliate in Denver, Colo., KCNC-TV, is deeply unimpressed with Democratic incumbent Sen. Mark Udall's failure to agree to a live debate with his Republican challenger, Rep. Cory Gardner.

  • Jindal stumps for Georgia governor

    On behalf of the Republican Governors Association, which has already invested $1.6 million in the race, Jindal joined Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal at a re-election event in Atlanta this week.

  • Candidates struggle on ISIS

    After the president laid out a four-part strategy involving continued airstrikes and ground support to moderate rebels, many campaigns responded to the president with a mix of cautious optimism and criticism.

  • Michelle Obama will campaign for Bruce Braley

    As President Obama faces career-low approval ratings, Michelle Obama remains quite popular -- and she is in high demand by Democratic campaigns, even in Republican-leaning states.

  • Republicans skeptical of arming Syrian rebels

    Several House Republicans said they need more details about the plan to give more weapons to Syrian rebels, which they feared could result in U.S. weapons ending up in the hands of terrorists.

  • Rough governor's primary gives hope to Cuomo foes

    BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's bumpy win in the Democratic primary is energizing his general election opponents, who said Wednesday that a little-known liberal challenger's better-than-expected showing exposed big problems for the governor within his own party. The governor...

  • Hagan's criticism of Obama on anti-ISIS strategy is newfound

    A review of Hagan's public statements, Senate website and transcripts of committee hearings shows she has raised the topic of the Islamic State only a few times, even as the chairwoman of a relevant subcommittee on emerging national security threats.

  • Jeb Bush stumps in Michigan

    Former Republican Florida Gov. Jeb Bush will stump for the Republican governor of Michigan next month, fueling speculation that he may consider a run for the White House.

  • GOP group in Kansas backs Democrat

    Traditional Republicans for Common Sense, a group of former lawmakers and state leaders, announced that it is endorsing the Democratic challenger to incumbent Rep. Tim Huelskamp.

  • District attorney's wife drove case against Wisconsin's Walker, insider says

    The future of the Wisconsin’s governor’s race could hang on a federal appeals court in Chicago hearing a potentially explosive case Tuesday. Depending on how the three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit decides, the ruling will have major impact on the scope of...

  • Grimes touts narrow lead in own poll

    On the heels of a few public polls that have shown her trailing Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell in Kentucky, Alison Lundergan Grimes's Senate campaign is touting a new internal poll showing her with a one-point lead.



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