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8:48 AM - Saturday, March 28, 2015
6 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Jason Linkins
So, that happened. This week, the 2016 race welcomed Ted Cruz to the GOP scrum after the U.S. senator from Texas made his presidential ambitions clear to a literally captive audience of Liberty University students. He's been immediately anointe . . .
5 hour ago - POLITICO
The more we guard against hijackers, the more vulnerable we are to unpredictable pilots.
5 hour ago - POLITICO / Manu Raju
Paul lashes Cruz, Rubio for 'dangerous' and 'reckless' positions on government spending.
5 hour ago - POLITICO / Adam Baron
Foreign intervention in a local fight would be the worst course anyone could take.
5 hour ago - dailykos.com
That must've been some leadership event. Despite SAE leadership protesting and saying they'd never heard the racist song before video appeared of University of Oklahoma SAE members singing it on a bus, OU President David Boren says otherwi . . .
5 hour ago - dailykos.com
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush Jeb Bush has a problem. He governed Florida as a fierce social conservative, but he's not getting much credit for it with the far-right voters who dominate the Iowa caucus and South Carolina primary, polling on . . .
7 hour ago - Washington Post / Scott Clement
The 2016 general election is 18 months away, but at The Fix it’s never too early to begin speculating about the fate of the all-important swing states. Or in this case, stamping out the inevitable speculation to come.Read full article >>
24 hour ago - Washington Post
New York Sen. Chuck Schumer (D) is having a moment. He is widely considered the top candidate to replace retiring Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, and has already received several high-profile endorsements.Read full article >>
5 hour ago - WSJ.com
The White House issued the most extensive action plan ever against drug-resistant bacteria, or superbugs, seeking to curb antibiotic use at farms and hospitals—and promote tests to find lethal bugs, and antibiotics to kill them.
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