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1:11 PM - Monday, November 24, 2014
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Kimberly Kindy
Now that a St. Louis County grand jury has finished three months of deliberations in the case against Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, some aspects of the process will remain secret while others will be publicly disclosed. The Washington . . .
3 hour ago - Washington Post
The Democratic National Committee on Monday announced three finalists to host the Democratic National Convention in 2016: New York City, Philadelphia and Columbus, Ohio. “We’re thrilled to move to the next step of the selection process to deter . . .
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Jaime Fuller
South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham  went on the Sunday shows this past weekend to talk about a recently-released report from the House Intelligence Committee. The Republican-led group decided that the Obama administration responded . . .
10 hour ago - POLITICO / Lucy Mccalmont
"When I came into office, thousands of blacks were being killed every year, by the time I left office, it was down to about 200," he says.
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Philip Bump
Incoming Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has decided to make a tweak to the Senate's calendar in 2015. McConnell will implement an "aggressive schedule," Roll Call reported last week, including a plan to "have senators in town an . . .
11/22/2014 - chicago / Chico Harlan
ST. LOUIS — One morning late last month, a St. Louis courtroom filled up with prosecutors, lawyers and press who wondered if they'd catch a glimpse of a vanished man.
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Al Kamen
President Obama’s announcement Monday that he was removing Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel was explained by White House aides as a need to find someone with different skills. But  Sen. John McCain on an Arizona radio station early Monday morning . . .
3 hour ago - The Guardian
Ammunition and a knife were also found in the Iowa man’s car after he told the secret service he had an appointment with the president Continue reading...
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Sean Sullivan
Former Florida governor Jeb Bush (R) is headed to South Carolina next month, as speculation mounts he may run for president in 2016. Bush will speak at the University of South Carolina's winter commencement exercises on Dec. 15. The university . . .
9 hour ago - Washington Post / Chris Cillizza
President Obama -- whether wittingly or unwittingly -- boiled down the central challenge for Hillary Rodham Clinton's 2016 presidential bid to just one sentence during an interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos: "I think the American people . . .
7 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Eric Boehlert
The calling cards of anger and denial have been on display since Friday afternoon when the House Intelligence Committee, led by Republican Rep. Mike Rogers, released the findings of its two-year investigation into the 2012 terror attack in Beng . . .
4 hour ago - feeds.voices.washingtonpost.com / Paul Waldman
While Republicans may be hoping that the public will be displeased with Barack Obama for taking executive action on immigration without congressional approval, few of them would have gone so far as to predict that Latinos would feel the same wa . . .
3 hour ago - WSJ.com
Capital Journal: The defense secretary’s job was to help complete the exit from Middle East wars. But with Obama now considering re-entering conflicts there, that helps explains why he will be exiting his job prematurely, Gerald F. Seib writes.
5 hour ago - The Guardian
Special protection officer says minister called him Mr Plod and on another occasion ‘completely lost control of himself’A special protection officer who accompanied the then international development secretary Andrew Mitchell on two trips to Af . . .
3 hour ago - Washington Post / Lyndsey Layton
The Obama administration decided Monday to restore a waiver from the federal No Child Left Behind law to Oklahoma, three months after it had pulled the waiver because Oklahoma had dumped the Common Core State Standards and reverted to its old K . . .
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