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3:04 AM - Sunday, February 01, 2015
8 hour ago - Washington Post / Philip Rucker
LONDON — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie arrives here Sunday for a three-day tour of the United Kingdom designed to burnish his foreign policy credentials and cultivate relations with a critical American ally ahead of a likely presidential campa . . .
10 hour ago - POLITICO / Mike Zapler
The Bloomberg Politics and Des Moines Register survey shows that other big-name contenders fared poorly.
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1/30/2015 - POLITICO / Elana Schor
After 40 amendment votes, the bill still lacks the support to override a presidential veto.
6 hour ago - chicago / Laurence Arnold
Carl Djerassi, who provided the chemistry behind the sexual revolution by patenting the synthetic hormone used in the Pill, the oral contraceptive sold under various names in the U.S. since 1960, has died. He was 91.
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
New Jersey Republicans are holding their first political convention in a decade on Monday, but Gov. Chris Christie won’t be there. He will be on a trade mission to the U.K.
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
Congress is expected to pass legislation that would expedite treatment for veterans suffering from mental-health issues and give more resources to hire mental-health professionals.
17 hour ago - Mediaite / Matt Wilstein
One week after the extremist terrorist group ISIS beheaded one of two Japanese hostages, it has reportedly killed another, journalist Kenji Goto.
1/30/2015 - The Huffington Post / Benjamin Hart
Mitt Romney’s exit from the 2016 presidential race sets up a critical challenge for Jeb Bush, top Republicans say: If the former Florida governor can scoop up many of Romney’s big donors, he would set himself up as the dominant frontrunner in t . . .
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4 hour ago - WSJ.com
President Barack Obama will propose government spending that is 7%—or $74 billion—over caps he and congressional Republicans agreed to in a bipartisan deficit-reduction deal over three years ago.
1/30/2015 - Examiner
Rebecca Berg Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker wants to know: Why can’t the states have it all? In a speech to the conservative American Action Forum in Washington on Friday, the likely Republican presidential candidate came out strongly for a fe . . .
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
Since July, more than 20 million Facebook users added posts, comments and other messages about this week’s U.S. elections. These maps show several categories by congressional district, with darker shades representing proportionally more discuss . . .
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
President Barack Obama detailed an ambitious scientific effort to amass genetic data on one million or more Americans, a plan aimed at finding new genetic causes of disease and streamlining the discovery of new drugs.
1/30/2015 - Washington Post / Dan Balz
Mitt Romney’s exploration of a third presidential campaign ended Friday after three tumultuous weeks of deliberations that led him to conclude that, while he might emerge with the Republican nomination again in 2016, he might be so badly wounde . . .
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6 hour ago - chicago / Terrence Mccoy
It's 6:30 p.m. in eastern Arizona, and an energetic doctor who has gained notice due to his disdain for vaccinations has just gotten home. It's been a busy day. He's already spoken to USA Today. He just did a segment on CNN. And he's closely mo . . .
15 hour ago - talkingpointsmemo.com / Catherine Thompson
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) on Friday seized on a Boston Globe report about Jeb Bush's prep school days to criticize the former Florida governor's "hypocrisy" on marijuana policy. Read More →
4 hour ago - chicago / Alexandra Chachkevitch
An Amber alert has been issued early Sunday morning for a 13-year-old-girl missing from rural Effingham County in southern Illinois and believed to be heading to the Chicago area.
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