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7:44 PM - Sunday, January 25, 2015
21 hour ago - Media Matters
CNN contributor Newt Gingrich revived a debunked claim about Boko Haram's designation as a terror group in order to attack former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Speaking to attendees at the Iowa Freedom Summit in Des Moines, Gingrich clai . . .
7 hour ago - POLITICO / Jennifer Shutt
The White House chief of staff accidentally gives the first name of an American hostage held by ISIL.
9 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Sebastian Murdock
UPDATE 4:00 p.m.: DCPI has confirmed with the Huffington Post that two people are dead following a shooting at a New York City Home Depot.The suspect was an employee at the store and fatally shot his manager before turning the gun on himself, a . . .
5 hour ago - POLITICO / David Rogers
This is what Boehner's invitation to Netanyahu says about Washington's mess.
3 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Tom Engelhardt
Predator drones, tested out in this country's distant war zones, have played an increasingly prominent role in the up-armoring of the U.S.-Mexican border. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) launched its first Predator in 2004, but . . .
3 hour ago - WSJ.com
A parade of potential candidates for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination sought to win the favor of conservative activists at an Iowa forum but also called for appealing to centrist Republicans.
4 hour ago - Political Wire / Taegan Goddard
“Republican governors across the nation are proposing tax increases — and backing off pledges to cut taxes — as they strike a decidedly un-Republican pose in the face of budget shortfalls and pent-up demands from constituents after years of bud . . .
8 hour ago - nationalreview.com / Peter Spiliakos
Greece would have been better off to have defaulted on more of its debt and left the Euro five or six years ago. Greece needed to reduce wages and pensions in order to restore competitiveness and bring spending down to sustainable levels. Dropp . . .
1/24/2015 - thehill.com
DES MOINES, Iowa — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) pitched himself as a true conservative to Iowa's most faithful, earning grudging applause from a skeptical audience as he promised he would always be honest with them."If I was too blunt,...
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6 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Igor Bobic
WASHINGTON (AP) — How to behave when 30 million Americans give your political nemesis their undivided attention in a televised speech and your job is to sit quietly behind him? House Speaker John Boehner tells CBS' "60 Minutes" that during P . . .
13 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Nick Robins
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — A Greek state TV exit poll was projecting that anti-bailout party Syriza had won Sunday's parliamentary elections — in a historic first for a radical left-wing party in Greece. But it was unclear whether Syriza had won . . .
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Chris Cillizza
In case you haven’t been paying attention to the 2016 Republican presidential race — and you should be, given that the election is a mere 652 days away — there was an interesting development last week: Everyone is running. Really, everyone.Read . . .
3 hour ago - POLITICO / Mohamad Bazzi
Why the new Saudi ruler will likely ratchet up the region-wide conflict with Iran.
14 hour ago - Washington Post / Juliet Eilperin
The Obama administration will propose setting aside more than 12 million acres in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as wilderness, the White House announced Sunday, halting any chance of oil exploration for now in the refuge’s much-fough . . .
3 hour ago - CNN.com
The 2016 Republican presidential race in Iowa got its unofficial start Saturday with a marathon of speeches, giving close to a dozen potential candidates a chance to introduce (or re-introduce) themselves to a core group of caucus-goers roughly . . .
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