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Thursday, April 24, 2014
3 hour ago - Washington Post / Colby Itkowitz
Former President Jed Bartlet, the fictional president Democrats pretended was running the country in the 2000s, appears in a new public service announcement urging Congress to take up the issue of mandatory sentencing for drug-related crimes. . . .
3 hour ago - Mediaite / Matt Wilstein
Simon Ostrovsky, a correspondent for Vice News who has been filing dispatches from Eastern Ukraine over the last several weeks has been detained there, the news organization confirmed on Twitter Tuesday afternoon.
3 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Kate Sheppard
WASHINGTON -– Farmers, ranchers and indigenous leaders who live along the Keystone XL pipeline route are holding an encampment on the National Mall this week to protest the proposed project that would carry oil from Canada's oil sands to refine . . .
3 hour ago - Washington Post / Sean Sullivan
A poll conducted for a group supporting former Oklahoma House speaker T.W. Shannon's bid for U.S. Senate shows him surging ahead of Rep. James Lankford (Okla.) in the Republican primary, whom he once trailed by a wide margin. Read full article >>
3 hour ago - talkingpointsmemo.com / Dylan Scott
Majorities of people surveyed in a trio of Southern states said they would rather keep Obamacare and improve than repeal and replace it, according to a New York Times/Kaiser Family Foundation poll released Wednesday. Read More →
4 hour ago - Mediaite / Josh Feldman
President Obama is in Japan today, and during his visit he went to one of the most famous sushi restaurants in the world. He dined on rare sushi at Sukiyabashi Jiro, an establishment that sells a dish including bluefin tuna. Greenpeace objected . . .
4 hour ago - redstate.com
Economics is much more akin climatology than to real science. It is larded with theories that are simply not falsifiable, it relies on complex models that can work backwards from a known point but are unable to predict an outcome, and adheren . . .
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Juliet Eilperin
TOKYO — President Obama started his week-long tour of Asia by conducting serious policy discussions with Japan’s prime minister as well as delivering ceremonial greetings to the Japanese royal family, emphasizing the significance of the ties be . . .
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Aaron Blake
Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) on Wednesday said he isn't running for president in 2016, telling radio host Hugh Hewitt that he's not angling for the job. "I am not running for president," Thune said. The South Dakota senator's presidential stock was . . .
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Jaime Fuller
CREDO SuperPAC hopes to spend $2.5 million this year to help Democrats keep the Senate. However, the progressive super PAC's campaign, which will place grassroots volunteers in five states, won't include "supporting some of the worst Democrats . . .
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Aaron Blake
Here's another interesting comment from Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) during his sitdown with former senior Obama adviser David Axelrod on Tuesday: Paul said that the Republican Party might be over-selling incidences of voter fraud. Read full article >>
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Deborah Boucoyannis
Joshua Tucker: The following is a guest post from University of Virginia political scientist Deborah Boucoyannis. ***** “Marx Rises Again,” “The new Marxism,” “Thomas Piketty and Millennial Marxists”: with a title like “Capital in the Twenty . . .
5 hour ago - Mediaite / Josh Feldman
Rand Paul responded to Bob Dole saying he lacks the experience to run for president in 2016, arguing that having a lack of experience could be considered a fresh alternative to a corrupted career politician.
5 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Ashley Alman
The New Jersey legislative committee investigating the George Washington Bridge scandal tied to Gov. Chris Christie (R) has issued four subpoenas for oral testimony, according to reports Tuesday. The committee served Christie spokesman Micha . . .
5 hour ago - Washington Post / Juliet Eilperin
OSO, Wash. — President Obama traveled to the site of a devastating mudslide Tuesday, telling the community that America will be behind the community for as long as it takes to recover. “We’re not going anywhere,” he said. “We’ll be here as long . . .
5 hour ago - Reuters
TOKYO (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama assured ally Japan on Thursday that Washington was committed to its defense, including of tiny isles at the heart of a row with China, but denied he had drawn any new "red line" and urged peaceful d . . .
5 hour ago - CNN.com
Whether viewed as a show of force to Russia or a sign of reassurance to nervous allies, the recent deployment of U.S. Army forces to Poland and three Baltic states is steeped in matters strategic and diplomatic to American foreign policy.
5 hour ago - NY Times / Adam Nagourney
The standoff over cattle grazing on public land in Nevada has highlighted divisions over Washington and its sprawling ownership of Western land.
5 hour ago - NY Times / Sabrina Tavernise
The federal government is also proposing to include cigars and tobacco pipes under its regulatory control.
5 hour ago - CNN Political Ticker / Dana Davidsen
Storrs, Connecticut (CNN) - Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lamented the state of journalism on Wednesday, telling an audience at the University of Connecticut that journalism is now driven more by entertainment than fact based report . . .
5 hour ago - FOXNews.com
Charles Krauthammer told viewers Wednesday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that a new Department of Justice plan to offer clemency to thousands of nonviolent federal inmates is “lawlessness” on the part of the Obama administration.
5 hour ago - Washington Post / Ed O'Keefe
Three times in the last 48 hours, Elizabeth Warren has been asked about her future political ambitions. And, three times -- albeit in slightly different ways -- she has made clear that she's not running for president. Read full article >>
5 hour ago - Washington Post / Matt Zapotosky
Jorge Torrez casually and repeatedly told a jailhouse informant that he did not feel bad for stabbing two young girls and leaving their bodies in an Illinois park near his house. When the informant talked of the injustice of police charging the . . .
5 hour ago - dailykos.com
That's Rep. Allyson Schwartz (D-PA), who's now running in a competitive primary for Pennsylvania governor, and running hard on her support for the Affordable Care Act and—crucially—Medicaid expansion. "I worked with President Obama on the . . .