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10:46 AM - Monday, March 02, 2015
19 hour ago - Latest Politic
The U.S. Secretary of State said the administration did not want the event "turned into some great political football."
11 hour ago - NPR / Jackie Northam
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in Washington, D.C, where he is expected to give a contentious speech before Congress on Tuesday. He appears before a powerful pro-Israeli lobby on Monday.
5 hour ago - thinkprogress.org / Zack Ford
Nebraska could become the 38th marriage equality state next week. The post Federal Judge Overturns Nebraska’s Ban On Same-Sex Marriage appeared first on ThinkProgress.
3 hour ago - thinkprogress.org / Igor Volsky
"Today, we are no longer silent. Today we have a voice. And tomorrow as prime minister of the one and only Jewish state I plan to use that voice," Netanyahu said. The post Netanyahu Recalls History Of Jewish Persecution To Defend Congressiona . . .
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Ed O'Keefe
This report has been updated.Fresh off two well-received speeches to conservative groups in recent days, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) is making more moves towards announcing a presidential campaign.The first-term Florida senator seemed to all but . . .
4 hour ago - dailykos.com
Careful, you might lose your grip on that thing On Friday night, we were treated to a remarkable spectacle: Republican House Speaker John Boehner completely lost control of his caucus, and a bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security . . .
6 hour ago - Reuters
GENEVA (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry accused the U.N. Human Rights Council on Monday of being obsessed by allegations of Israeli abuses and said the United States would defend Israel against efforts to isolate it.
2/28/2015 - Newser / Matt Cantor
Today saw the conclusion of the Conservative Political Action Conference, a gathering which a GOP strategist calls "the starting gun of the Republican primary campaign," the Los Angeles Times reports. The event saw a number of possible candidat . . .
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