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6:51 PM - Thursday, December 18, 2014
8 hour ago - Washington Post / Niraj Chokshi
Colorado’s neighbors are not happy about marijuana legalization.The attorneys general of Oklahoma and Nebraska filed a lawsuit on Thursday with the U.S. Supreme Court arguing that Colorado’s commercialized marijuana system violates the constitu . . .
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Gregory Weeks
President Obama’s announcement Wednesday of executive action on U.S.-Cuba policy was huge. By reestablishing diplomatic relations, expanding travel and trade, and encouraging investment, it reverses decades of policy. The president’s proposed m . . .
10 hour ago - Washington Post / Philip Rucker
Jeb Bush is resigning from Barclays, a London-based multinational bank where he was a paid adviser, in preparation for his likely 2016 presidential campaign.A spokeswoman for Barclays confirmed on Thursday that Bush, a former Republican governo . . .
5 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Rebecca Klein
The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit Thursday against a school district that serves children in Ferguson, Missouri, claiming that the election process for the district’s school board puts local black voters at a disadvantage. T . . .
6 hour ago - Latest Politic
It's the second breach this year at a major firm handling national security background checks for workers at federal agencies
7 hour ago - POLITICO / Brooks Boliek
The status of similar petitions filed by three Native Americans against TV stations are still active.
9 hour ago - Washington Post / Colby Itkowitz
The super-secret talks between the United States and Cuba that resulted in normalizing relations between the two estranged countries began a year and a half ago. But less than a month ago, Obama senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer told reporters that w . . .
7 hour ago - The Guardian / Associated Press
In a preliminary injunction, judge bans the state from denying licences to 20,000 immigrants protected from deportation by the Obama administration Continue reading...
18 hour ago - The Guardian / Owen Jones
Supporters of the Castros have long argued that a transition to democracy is made impossible by US hostility. That excuse may no longer holdThe US embargo against Cuba is nothing less than an act of vindictiveness and spite; the fact it is fina . . .
8 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Sam Stein
WASHINGTON -- An independent panel tasked with investigating the shortcomings of the United States Secret Service has recommended the White House undergo a bit of a face-lift in order to stop potential intruders.The panel, which was convened by . . .
7 hour ago - Washington Post / Jaime Fuller
1. The change in the United States' relationship with Cuba announced on Wednesday has been more than a year in the making.2. Hank Stuever remembers "The Colbert Report" before its last episode.3. Bloomberg Businessweek writers and editors share . . .
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Wesley Lowery
President Obama is expected to sign an executive order today creating a new task force on policing and community relations that will deliver by early March recommendations on how to improve trust between police officers and communities — specif . . .
12/17/2014 - Media Matters
From the December 17 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show:Previously:  Limbaugh: Jeb Bush's 2016 Bid "Could Be A Sacrificial Run" To Make Sure A Conservative Doesn't Get Nomination Limbaugh Agrees With Caller: "I Am Th . . .
10 hour ago - Washington Post / Katie Zezima
Each month, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick (D) appears on a radio show where he answers questions from listeners. On Thursday, a guy who used to live in Somerville, Mass., called."Governor," the man said. "This is Barack Obama, formerly of So . . .
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