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3:24 AM - Friday, April 18, 2014
13 hour ago - WSJ.com
Governors and legislatures are still grappling with the decisions over whether to grow their Medicaid programs and open new health insurance exchanges. Review state-by-state details.
15 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Nick Robins
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry took a few moments during a press conference on Thursday to discuss alleged threats against a Jewish community in an eastern city of Ukraine. In particular, Kerry condemned the circulation of pamphlets in the . . .
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16 hour ago - Reuters
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Thursday called on the U.S. Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform, which he said was being blocked by Republican leaders in the House of Representatives.
4 hour ago - FOXNews.com
SENATE MAJORITY LEADER Harry Reid, left, says he believes the supporters who rallied around Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy in his fight against the federal government are 'domestic terrorists' and Bundy does not respect his country.STARNES: Facebo . . .
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
Prosecutors told jurors in a terrorism trial that Islamic cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri used his influence as a religious leader to radicalize and recruit young Muslims to attack and kill Americans.
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
A senior Pentagon official lashed out at Pratt & Whitney, saying the unit is failing to meet commitments to cut costs for engines for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
As part of their goal to recapture control of the Senate, Republican leaders have been using quiet diplomacy to reduce the chances the party's tea-party wing will crown primary candidates who can be easily portrayed as odd or extremist, writes . . .
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
An economist known for pioneering work on slanted coverage in the news media won the John Bates Clark Medal, one of the profession's most prestigious honors.
4/16/2014 - Washington Post / Aaron Blake
The New York Times's Jeremy W. Peters reports Wednesday that, according to an anonymous source, outgoing Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius (D) is looking at a potential run for Senate back in her home state of Kansas. Re . . .
8 hour ago - POLITICO / Kevin Cirilli
POLITICO Pro Report: She reprimands a reporter for asking about the Boston Marathon bombings.
20 hour ago - Washington Post / Sean Sullivan
Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden (D), son of Vice President Biden, will run for governor in 2016 and will not pursue a third term in his current job this year, he announced Thursday. "Over the past few months, as I’ve been planning to run . . .
18 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Paige Lavender
NEW YORK (AP) — A wealthy hotel executive and Democratic fundraiser who supported Hilary Clinton for president pleaded guilty Thursday to charges he secretly funneled more than $180,000 in illegal campaign contributions to three unnamed candida . . .
4 hour ago - LA Times
WASHINGTON — President Obama’s health law has led to an even greater increase in health coverage than previously estimated, according to new Gallup survey data, which suggest that about 12 million previously uninsured Americans have gained cove . . .
4 hour ago - CNN.com
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse and Rep. Henry Waxman say read deep, and you'll see the federal Keystone pipeline report spells out the pipeline is bad news
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