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3:46 PM - Wednesday, October 22, 2014
6 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Igor Bobic
WASHINGTON -- Emboldened by new polling showing a tight race for Senate in Kentucky, Democrats are recommitting funds to boost Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes, who is mounting a long-shot bid to unseat Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R . . .
7 hour ago - Washington Post / Kimberly Kindy
Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson and Michael Brown fought for control of the officer’s gun, and Wilson fatally shot the unarmed teenager after he moved toward the officer as they faced off in the street, according to interviews, news . . .
11 hour ago - Washington Post / Philip Bump
"I'm tired of hearing about the minimum wage," Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) said during an event at the Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday. "I really am. I don't think there's a mother or a father sitting around the kitchen table tonight in America . . .
3 hour ago - CNN.com
5 hour ago - Washington Post / Josh Hicks
The Secret Service showed a “serious lapse in judgement” by pulling agents from a White House detail to protect an agency staffer who was involved in a dispute with a neighbor, according to a government review. Read full article >>
9 hour ago - Washington Post / Al Kamen
Favorite Bradlee story: Dec.  20, 1989. Bradlee’s furious because The Post is not in the Pentagon press pool with troops invading Panama. Immediately orders up a Learjet (out of Cleveland? Detroit?) to take four Spanish-speaking reporters down . . .
3 hour ago - chicago
The official autopsy on an unarmed black teenager whose killing by a white police officer set off months of protests in Ferguson, Missouri, suggests he sustained a gunshot wound to the hand from close range, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
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9 hour ago - Washington Post / Matea Gold
The 2014 midterms will be the most costly congressional races in U.S. history, on track to cost nearly $4 billion, according to a new projection by the Center for Responsive Politics. That would surpass the record-setting $3.6 billion spending . . .
3 hour ago - Media Matters
A BP executive dismissed the environmental impacts of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill and the company's role in the disaster in an opinion article for Politico Magazine, while the company is attempting to overturn a court decision finding i . . .
4 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Mike Quigley
As a Justice Department official in the Reagan administration, Chief Justice of the United States John G. Roberts famously wrote about the peculiarity that, in America, "only Supreme Court justices and schoolchildren take the entire summer off. . . .
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Philip Bump
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) don't like each other. This isn't "news," as such; the two got into a feud in July 2013 over foreign policy and government spending and who was better, Springsteen or Rush (probably). Rea . . .
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Lisa Rein
Two leading Republican members of Congress have asked 17 federal agencies featured in a new report to account for hundreds of employees they have sidelined on paid leave for a year or more. The study by the Government Accountability Office, di . . .
10 hour ago - Outside the Beltway
Via the BBC:  Shots fired inside Canada parliament “Shots fired at War Memorial at 9:52am today; one person injured,” Ottawa Police tweeted on Wednesday as a witness reported seeing authorities search from room to room for the suspect. The gunm . . .
3 hour ago - Washington Post / Jaime Fuller
The race for Gabby Giffords's old House seat has been a mean one. Giffords's PAC, Americans for Responsible Solutions, has run attack ads against Republican candidate Martha McSally's position on background checks, and outside groups have spent . . .
6 hour ago - dailykos.com
What a difference a tight poll in a general election makes. Case in point, Thom Tillis, the tea party Republican and state Speaker of the House in North Carolina, now running against Sen. Kay Hagan for the U.S. Senate. Back in April, during the . . .
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