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2:33 PM - Monday, May 04, 2015
6 hour ago - POLITICO / Katie Glueck
Detroit erved as the backdrop for Carson's presidential announcement but his candidacy hasn't exactly been welcomed in his hometown.
8 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Damon Beres
Not everyone's happy about Carly Fiorina running for president. Shortly after the former Hewlett-Packard CEO made her announcement Monday, the website CarlyFiorina.org surfaced -- and it's not pretty. The site, which appears to have been reg . . .
5 hour ago - LA Times / Nigel Duara
One of the gunmen killed Sunday at a Texas event promoting drawings of the Muslim prophet Muhammad was an American convert to Islam and a wannabe jihadist who lived in north Phoenix, according to court records and a federal law enforcement official.
6 hour ago - The Huffington Post
Ellen DeGeneres praised Bruce Jenner, who came out as transgender last month, calling him "incredibly brave" in a segment on her show. "It took a lot of courage to do that," DeGeneres says in the clip, which aired last week. "Even if you do . . .
4 hour ago - dailykos.com
I have seen many attempts at political self-promotion over the years, but this may be the first time a presidential candidate's staff has hinted that their candidate may be a Jedi. (Or, to be more accurate, a Jedi's twin sister.) You know th . . .
7 hour ago - Washington Post / Katie Zezima
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) endorsed Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) for president Monday.The endorsement from Amash, who was an ally of Paul's father, Ron, was no surprise. Amash and Paul come from the same playbook: libertarian- . . .
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Robert Barnes
The Supreme Court announced Monday that it will review whether a federal agency may require electric market operators to compensate customers who lower their consumption of electricity during peak demand hours.Read full article >>
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Hunter Schwarz
Chances are, you never had a day at your parent's office like 4-year-old Luca Martinez did.Luca was outside the White House Saturday with his dad, AP photographer Pablo Martinez Monsivais, when President Obama walked across the South Lawn and s . . .
16 hour ago - POLITICO / Ben Schreckinger
"We need a political revolution in this country," he declared, "and I want to lead that effort."
6 hour ago - POLITICO / Nick Gass
Residents in the state generally do not approve of the job he is doing.
4 hour ago - dailykos.com
Wow, Mitt Romney. Just wow. At a time when even many Republicans are pretending to care about mass incarceration, Romney instead attacked Hillary Clinton for saying that we need to "end the era of mass incarceration." In fact, he denied that . . .
5 hour ago - The Guardian
It's been more than five months since 12-year-old Tamir Rice was shot dead by a Cleveland police officer. His mother and attorney held a news conference to demand answers from the investigation. "Less than a second, my son is gone and I want to . . .
3 hour ago - Washington Post / Colby Itkowitz
Hillary Rodham Clinton is prepared to testify, again, before Congress about the deadly attacks on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi attacks, as well as her use of a personal e-mail account while serving as secretary of state. She willing . . .
6 hour ago - WSJ.com
The Justice Department will start revealing more about the use of secret cellphone tracking devices and has launched a wide-ranging review into how law-enforcement agencies deploy the technology.
6 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 discussion.
5 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Matt Ferner
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday asked for views from the Obama administration on a lawsuit filed by Nebraska and Oklahoma that contends Colorado's regulation of marijuana is causing an increase in drug crimes in their states. "The Solicitor . . .
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