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3:04 PM - Monday, March 02, 2015
3 hour ago - WSJ.com
Sen. Barbara Mikulski, a Democrat from Maryland and the longest-serving woman in congressional history, won’t seek re-election in 2016.
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Reid Wilson
Update: An earlier version of this post misspelled Judge Joseph Bataillon’s name.A federal district court judge has blocked Nebraska’s ban on same-sex marriage, setting a 38th state on the likely path to recognizing unions between gay couples.R . . .
5 hour ago - Washington Post / Wesley Lowery
A White House Task Force charged with probing the deteriorated relationship between police and the communities they protect issued a report to President Obama on Monday that calls for independent investigations into all police shootings and to . . .
3 hour ago - Washington Post / Robert Barnes
Critics say that allowing politicians to control political redistricting often means that representatives choose their constituents, instead of the other way around. But the Supreme Court questioned Monday whether citizens intent on eliminating . . .
3 hour ago - Washington Post
1. Five things to watch in the Supreme Court arguments over the Affordable Care Act, National Journal.2. Where you should hide if there is an outbreak of zombies, Popular Science.3. How nuns exposed how vulnerable America's nuclear weapons site . . .
5 hour ago - POLITICO / John Bresnahan
Republican leaders are set to meet Monday afternoon.
8 hour ago - Washington Post / Philip Bump
A number of Democratic members of Congress have pledged to skip Tuesday's speech to Congress by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The reasons given for doing so generally match criticism of the speech more broadly: The invitation to sp . . .
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5 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Jonathan Cohn
The stakes were high three years ago when the Supreme Court heard NFIB v. Sebelius, the case challenging Obamacare’s individual mandate and threatening to undermine President Barack Obama’s signature policy achievement. For three days, attorney . . .
5 hour ago - thinkprogress.org / Zack Ford
Guinness is "delighted" to resume sponsoring New York's St. Patrick's Day Parade, even though LGBT groups are still protesting it. The post Guinness Resumes Sponsorship Of St. Patrick’s Day Parade Despite LGBT Community Protests appeared first . . .
3 hour ago - WSJ.com
The leadership of the most powerful pro-Israel lobby in the U.S. publicly broke Sunday from the White House over the issue of Iran policy.
3 hour ago - dailykos.com
If you're waiting for a GOP plan to fund Homeland Security, go back to bed for a few days (at least). House Republicans have no plan yet, other than to wait for the Senate to vote on going to conference committee to negotiate with the House . . .
3 hour ago - WSJ.com
Hillary Clinton and her close advisers are telling Democratic donors that she will enter the presidential race sooner than expected, likely in April.
5 hour ago - POLITICO / Hadas Gold
The movie wants recognizable politicians for the third installment of the campy film.
5 hour ago - The Huffington Post
(Writes through, adds details from the lawsuit) By Marice Richter DALLAS, March 2 (Reuters) - The first person infected with Ebola in the United States, nurse Nina Pham, sued a Texas hospital on Monday, saying it . . .
3 hour ago - Latest Politic
After recent protests sparked by cops killing unarmed men, W.H. task force urges police to improve training, cooperation with communities
7 hour ago - POLITICO / Hadas Gold
The former News Corp executive was acquitted last year in the phone hacking scandal.
3 hour ago - dailykos.com
Sen. Orrin Hatch does not seem to be aboard the MarcoTedRand bandwagon. Q: You have three Senate colleagues running for president — Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz. Would all three be outstanding presidents who you’d be delighted to be your . . .
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