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8:03 PM - Monday, December 22, 2014
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Robert Costa
Embattled GOP Rep. Michael G. Grimm’s expected guilty plea in connection with felony charges left his congressional career in question ahead of a federal court hearing set for Tuesday.Grimm (R-N.Y.) originally pleaded not guilty to a 20-count f . . .
11 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Samantha Lachman
A federal appeals court declared as unconstitutional on Monday a North Carolina law requiring abortion providers to show a woman an ultrasound and describe the images in detail before she can have an abortion. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of A . . .
5 hour ago - WSJ.com
Congress controls some of the most significant restrictions on travel, tourism and trade between the two countries, and lawmakers from both parties have made clear they plan to complicate Mr. Obama’s efforts.
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6 hour ago - chicago
British vocalist Joe Cocker, whose blues-drenched, unfettered performances made him one of the most distinctive rock singers of the late '60s and early '70s, died Dec. 22 in Colorado. He was 70, and had been battling lung cancer.
5 hour ago - WSJ.com
The U.S. Army is referring Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl to Gen. Mark Milley after completing an investigation of why the American soldier disappeared from his base in Afghanistan in 2009 and how he ended up in Taliban hands.
12/21/2014 - POLITICO / Michael Shifter
The economy is in tatters, but on the whole a peaceful transition is expected.
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Wesley Lowery
Organizers or protests in Ferguson, Mo., say a change in strategy is on the horizon for the national movement they helped build to address police brutality and racial disparities in the U.S. justice system.Read full article >>
6 hour ago - chicago
North Korea experienced Internet outages on Monday, a U.S. company that monitors Internet infrastructure said, adding that the reason for the problems was not known.
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6 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Jennifer Bendery
WASHINGTON -- Sony Pictures may have shelved its release of "The Interview" in the wake of a major cyberattack, but at least one congressman wants the production company to screen the film at the U.S. Capitol.Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) on Mon . . .
5 hour ago - WSJ.com
Explore the Wall Street Journal's guide to top Senate and governor races and compare sentiment in national polls. Data provided by Real Clear Politics.
23 hour ago - Real Clear Politics - TIME.com
North Korea's National Defense Commission warned that its 1.2 million-member army is ready to use all types of warfare against the U.S.
5 hour ago - WSJ.com
Jeb Bush’s announcement that he will explore a White House bid threatens years of work by other Republicans who have cultivated many of the wealthy donors loyal to the Bush family.
6 hour ago - The Huffington Post
WASHINGTON -- Tunisia, where the Arab Spring first arose, has a new democratically elected government following presidential elections over the weekend, and the U.S. couldn't be happier about it."Tunisia has provided a shining example to the re . . .
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Al Kamen
Here at the Loop we have a lot of fun — maybe sometimes too much. We chronicle official Washington’s ridiculous, outlandish, sometimes unethical, often hypocritical, and definitely eye-roll-worthy words and actions. And 2014 did not disappoint. . . .
8 hour ago - POLITICO / David Perera
Experts say it could be a cyberattack or a pre-emptive online retreat by Pyongyang.
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6 hour ago - LA Times / Christie D&Apos;Zurilla
More than six months after radio icon Casey Kasem's death, his body has finally been buried.
11 hour ago - Real Clear Politics - TIME.com / Dan Kedmey
New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio has urged New Yorkers to “put aside political debates, put aside protests” in the wake of the fatal shooting of two police officers while sitting in their patrol car on Saturday. De Blasio took the lectern at . . .
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