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4:51 AM - Wednesday, April 22, 2015
4/21/2015 - POLITICO / Dylan Byers
The latest email from pro-Gingrich Super PAC Winning Our Future:  FEAR OF NEWT STUNNER! In field of Seven - 45% of all advertising in Iowa was directed at the former Speaker In what must be one of the most stunning political statistics . . .
4/20/2015 - NPR / Miles Parks
A 12-country trade agreement hinges on negotiations between Japan and the United States.
4/20/2015 - The Guardian / Rowena Mason
Ukip leader, speaking on ITV News at Ten, warns against ‘waves of millions’ of people from Africa coming to Europe Continue reading...
4/21/2015 - dailykos.com
The industry of anti-Clinton books has a new entry, and it's one that Republicans have been dropping hints about for weeks. The claim of Republican operative Peter Schweizer's forthcoming book, Clinton Cash, is basically that, as secretary of . . .
4/21/2015 - dailykos.com
Hillary Clinton has been hitting populist notes and prioritizing paid leave in the opening days of her presidential campaign, drawing some suggestions that she's cynically trying to appeal to progressives by echoing popular figures like Sen. . . .
4/21/2015 - chicago
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd pleaded guilty in a New Zealand court Tuesday to a charge of threatening to kill a man who used to work for him. He also pleaded guilty to possessing methamphetamine and marijuana.
4/21/2015 - CNN.com
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie expressed support Tuesday for free trade deals but argued that the United States should revisit the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico.
4/21/2015 - The Huffington Post / Sam Stein
The impending publication of a book examining donations made to the Clinton Foundation during Hillary Clinton's tenure at the State Department has put the former secretary and her allies in a familiar place. For decades now, the Clintons ha . . .
4/21/2015 - Washington Post / Philip Bump
When we speculated last fall that a campaign run by political action committees was on the horizon -- an electoral system that operates completely separately from the candidate -- it seemed a bit like political science fiction, a rise-of-the-ro . . .
4/21/2015 - thinkprogress.org / Ian Millhiser
Ginsburg's opinion is a reminder that there are some limits on police activity, even if those limits may be evaded by sufficiently creative officers. The post The Supreme Court Just Limited The Police’s Ability To Search Your Car For Drugs app . . .
4/21/2015 - Cato
Last week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in King v. Burwell, a case challenging the illegal and ongoing attempt to expand Obamacare outside the legislative process. This is the third challenge to the Affordable Care Act to reach the co . . .
4/21/2015 - POLITICO / Dylan Byers
Sometime during the 2012 presidential campaign, I called up a popular cable news host to ask him if he wanted to comment on some controversial remark he had made on air. The host spent several minutes trying to explain himself, through various . . .
4/21/2015 - The Huffington Post / Mark Blumenthal
Favorable impressions of President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act have increased slightly in recent months, showing the highest positive rating in a key tracking poll since the autumn of 2012. While the change is small, the reasons behi . . .
4/22/2015 - The Huffington Post
The 2016 election season is just beginning, but a surprise issue is already emerging among both Republican and Democratic candidates: Social Security. Some observers thought that conservative candidates would be inclined to avoid the so-called . . .
4/21/2015 - WSJ.com
A New Hampshire gathering of Republican presidential hopefuls sharpened divisions over how to return the GOP to the White House.
4/21/2015 - Examiner
Kelly Cohen Gov. John Kasich hopes his next move will be from the Midwest to the Northeast. According to paperwork filed with the Internal Revenue Service, the Ohio governor started a 527 organization called "New Day for America" Monday, si . . .
4/20/2015 - Washington Post / Philip Bump
One of the benefits of media outlets polling on the same question over and over is that it allows us to see trends. (Was that too earth-shattering a revelation for your Monday morning? Too bad.)In the new CNN/ORC poll out Monday, two trends are . . .
4/20/2015 - Washington Post / Hunter Schwarz
David Letterman aired a spoof version of Hillary Clinton's campaign announcement video remade into an ad for Scientology during his monologue Friday. The voice over isn't half bad.He also joked about Clinton's campaign stops last week in Iowa.R . . .
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