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  • Why Ted Cruz isn't giving up the gay marriage fight

    The Republican Party is hoping that a Supreme Court ruling before month's end will close a chapter in American politics that has caught much of the party between evangelicals who emphatically opposes gay marriage and many voters who are supportive of...
  • Hospital chains can't move home-state Republicans on Obamacare

    Conventional wisdom says big corporations that employ lots of people in a state generally call the shots with local politicians, especially when those corporations are the source of major campaign contributions. But that's not the case in Tennessee. At...
  • Big spending on border patrol boosts economy for small Texas town

    AUSTIN, Texas In Rio Grande City, named for the river that splits the U.S. from Mexico, footpaths cut from the brush by drug-smugglers and illegal immigrants have a new look, rehabbed into family-friendly hike-and-bike trails. The town of 14,000, seat of...
  • Obama said to ease prosecution threat over ransom for hostages

    WASHINGTON The U.S. will no longer threaten families of hostages with prosecution if they negotiate a ransom with extremists, under a revised policy for dealing with American captives, two U.S. officials said. While the U.S. continues to officially...
  • Senate leaders seek bipartisan support for Obama's trade bill

    WASHINGTON Senate leaders are trying to hold together a shaky bipartisan coalition to again pass President Barack Obama's fast-track trade measure and this time send it to the president's desk for his signature. The Senate plans a procedural vote Tuesday...
  • Growing up White House-style: Obama opens up about his daughters

    Malia Obama, the older of President Barack Obama's two teenagers, got a new worldview on her security detail thanks to her father, he said in a podcast interview that aired Monday. When the 16-year-old was chafing at the restrictions of life in a Secret...
  • Jonathan Bernstein: The next step if Obamacare loses in court

    What if the Supreme Court rules against the government in King v. Burwell, and the Obamacare subsidies end in states that have chosen not to set up health care exchanges? Opinion is split on what comes next both on what happens to people who have...
  • House Republican Meadows loses chairmanship following trade vote

    WASHINGTON A fourth U.S. House Republican has been punished by party leaders after siding against them on a preliminary vote on President Barack Obama's fast-track trade legislation. Rep. Mark Meadows of North Carolina was removed as chairman of a...
  • Obama says bitter partisan debate driving cynicism of public

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama said the U.S. has become fragmented by highly partisan and bitter political debate, which has driven portions of the public away from voting and made it harder to act on national interests. American political...
  • Taliban attack Afghan parliament in show of power as U.S. exits

    KABUL, Afghanistan Taliban militants attacked Afghanistan's parliament in one of the most brazen challenges to the government's authority since the U.S. ended combat duties six months ago. An assailant blew up a vehicle at the entrance gate to...
  • Francis Barry: The Christian case against the Confederate flag

    The slaughter at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., has reignited the debate over the state's flying of the Confederate battle flag on the grounds of the capitol. It's an old debate, but this tragedy offers a new way to look...