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8:25 AM - Tuesday, April 28, 2015
7 hour ago - politicsdaily.com
Filed under: Law, Supreme CourtAn Alabama man, convicted of two killings in 1997, will get his day before the high court, after paper-work mix-ups halted his earlier appeals. Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
15 hour ago - The Guardian
Maryland calls in national guard amid ‘senseless act of violence’Violence and looting sweep city after funeral for 25-year-old manIn pictures: Baltimore protesters and police clash in streetsFull report: State of emergency declared as police in . . .
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Steven Mufson
On Monday, White House spokesman Josh Earnest called tensions between police and communities around the country "fundamentally a local issue" and said that "there does need to be a commitment from local elected leaders and local law enforcement . . .
19 hour ago - NPR / Mara Liasson
The Supreme Court hears arguments on same-sex-marriage bans Tuesday. And even though Republicans are the traditional-marriage party, they just could welcome a pro-same-sex marriage ruling.
4 hour ago - The Guardian
If the Conservatives were not prepared to compromise on long-term plans, the Liberal Democrats would have to swallow £15bn in spending cuts in 2018-19 Continue reading...
5 hour ago - Washington Post / Mike Debonis
Thanks to protests last week, the public now knows that some of the workers serving meals to U.S. Senate's members, staff and visitors are paid barely enough to scrape by. Many rely on government benefits like food stamps, and at least one of t . . .
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Reid Wilson
Don't forget to sign up for Read In, your one-stop shop for all the politics news you need every morning!-- At least 15 Baltimore police officers were injured and 27 people were arrested as riots turned violent Monday afternoon and early Tuesda . . .
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, President Obama warns that China would step into the economic vacuum if the U.S. fails to complete and enact a proposed free-trade deal with Asia.
5 hour ago - Washington Post / Philip Rucker
For Marco Rubio, his contrast with Hillary Rodham Clinton is generational. She’s so yesterday, the youthful Florida senator says, while I’m a leader for the future.Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker roots his comparison with the Democratic presidentia . . .
20 hour ago - WSJ.com: Washington Wire / Kate Milani
Transcript of President Barack Obama's interview with WSJ's Jerry Seib in which they discussed the debate over the Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade deal, middle-class economics and China.
9 hour ago - NY Times / Adam Liptak
Tuesday’s session is the last public step before a decision, expected in June, on whether there is a constitutional right to same-sex marriage.
15 hour ago - CNN.com
With a Supreme Court showdown over same-sex marriage looming this week, lawyers like John J. Bursch, Michigan's former solicitor general, will take center stage in one of the most consequential debates of the early 21st century.
4 hour ago - drudge.com
NBC News chief Andrew Lack is looking for a way to put Brian Williams back behind the Nightly News desk, sources tell the New York Daily News, and Williams has told confidants he won't leave the network unless he's fired. Word of Lack's continu . . .
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 - POLITICO
Baltimore riots show the limits of President Obama's hands-off approach.
4 hour ago - POLITICO / Gabriel Debenedetti
A union chief's speech today aims to set the rules of engagement for 2016.
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