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10:55 PM - Wednesday, July 23, 2014
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has ordered a review of the state's lethal-injection procedures after a convicted murderer put to death was seen gasping and snorting for more than 1½ hours before he died.
10 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Mark Blumenthal
Another Republican runoff brings another miss for the polls. The Wisconsin gubernatorial race remains deadlocked, while Florida looks increasingly close. And polling confirms that Americans still like beer. This is HuffPollster for Wednesday, J . . .
9 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Mollie Reilly
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — U.S. Sen. John Walsh of Montana says he was on medication and being treated for post-traumatic stress disorder when he used unattributed work of scholars in his master's thesis.Walsh says he unintentionally made incorrect c . . .
9 hour ago - Washington Post / Ed O’Keefe
A House Republican plan to address the influx of illegal immigrants at the U.S.-Mexico border would cost considerably less than President Obama has requested but could get upended by the political forces that long have divided GOP lawmakers. Re . . .
4 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Andrew Hart
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House cast the downing of two fighter jets in Ukraine on Wednesday as part of a pattern of Russian-backed separatists using Russian weapons to pose risks to aircrafts and further destabilize the conflict in the forme . . .
7/22/2014 - politicsdaily.com
Filed under: Law, Supreme CourtAn Alabama man, convicted of two killings in 1997, will get his day before the high court, after paper-work mix-ups halted his earlier appeals. Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
The inspector general for the Internal Revenue Service is reviewing some agency computer backup tapes to find out whether missing emails are still recoverable, Commissioner John Koskinen said.
7/22/2014 - Slate / Jamelle Bouie
If there’s a single thing that separates legitimate warfare from simple terrorism, it’s the effort to distinguish civilians from soldiers, and combatants from noncombatants. That’s not to say that noncombatants don’t die in “legitimate” wars, o . . .
10 hour ago - Media Matters
After an American Indian tribe canceled a Ted Nugent concert because of his history of using racist language, recently posted footage of Nugent shows what else they're missing out on: the use of anti-gay slurs to attack President Obama. The . . .
11 hour ago - Washington Post / Aaron Blake
Sen. John Walsh (D-Mont.) probably isn't returning to Congress in 2015. That was true this morning, and it's even more true now that we know he apparently plagiarized a significant portion of his master's thesis less than a decade ago. Read fu . . .
9 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Ashley Alman
DENVER (AP) — A federal judge in Denver has declared Colorado's gay marriage ban unconstitutional, but he issued a temporary stay of the ruling until an appeals court hearing next month. Judge Raymond P. Moore's ruling Wednesday was in respo . . .
14 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Ryan Grim
WASHINGTON -- The Intercept on Wednesday published the U.S. government's 166-page rulebook that guides the creation of its famous internal "terrorist watchlist." Both the Bush and Obama administrations have resisted spelling out how individ . . .
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
The Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs voted Wednesday to unanimously endorse Robert McDonald, President Barack Obama's nominee for secretary of the VA.
4 hour ago - POLITICO
Access to the president continues to be limited in ways not seen in previous administrations.
4 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Jeffrey Young
WASHINGTON -- An obscure Obamacare feature may net health insurance customers $332 million this year. That's the total insurance companies will have to give back to customers this year under an Affordable Care Act provision designed to keep . . .
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