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  • At Netanyahu's speech, scenes from the Capitol

    WASHINGTON "This is like the speech of the century, man!" said Michael Goldfarb. "It's all happening!" Goldfarb, a co-founder of the Washington Free Beacon and a strategist for the Emergency Committee for Israel, was navigating the Capitol hallways...
  • House OKs Homeland Security funds as GOP gives up tactic on immigration

    House OKs Homeland Security funds as GOP gives up tactic on immigration
    Congress ended the crisis over funding for the Department of Homeland Security after Speaker John A. Boehner abandoned the GOP’s strategy of trying to tack on restrictions to President Obama’s immigration plan. Conservatives were outraged...
  • Ben Carson makes it official, forms presidential exploratory committee

    Ben Carson makes it official, forms presidential exploratory committee
    Ben Carson, the outspoken conservative from West Palm Beach, made his presidential candidacy more official Tuesday. Carson announced that he's formed a presidential committee called the CarsonAmerica Exploratory Committee to help him figure out whether...
  • Sestak to launch Senate bid Wednesday

    Sestak to launch Senate bid Wednesday
    Joe Sestak is in, and he's making it official tomorrow. Sestak, a Democrat who narrowly lost to Republican Pat Toomey in the 2010 U.S. Senate race, will announce his attempt at a rematch tomorrow outside Independence Hall in Philadelphia, according to...
  • A lifetime spent in service

    A lifetime spent in service
    After 30 years in the Senate and a half-century of public service to Maryland and the nation, Barbara Mikulski will retire from elected politics next year. She will leave a legacy as one of the state's most admired politicians and among the most...
  • Ben Carson launches 2016 exploratory committee

    Ben Carson, the retired pediatric neurosurgeon and conservative favorite,has formally created an exploratory committee for a potential presidential campaign. "If I believe I have your support and your commitment to help, I will run for president to...
  • Gov. Wolf's prepared remarks on proposed 2015-16 budget

    Remarks as prepared for delivery by Gov. Tom Wolf on Tuesday, outlining his proposal for Pennsylvania's 2015-16 budget. ___ Lt. Gov. Stack; Speaker Turzai; President Scarnati; Leader Corman; Leader Costa; Leader Reed; Leader Dermody; members of the...
  • Republican presidential hopefuls seek Florida support

    Republican presidential hopefuls seek Florida support
    Presidential hopefuls are making strategic forays into South Florida, hoping to prevent the state's favorite son Republicans from locking up all the money and support and position themselves if Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio falter. Wisconsin Gov. Scott...
  • O'Malley won't seek Mikulski's Senate seat

    O'Malley won't seek Mikulski's Senate seat
    Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said Tuesday he will not run for Senate in 2016, taking himself out of what could be a messy Democratic primary race to replace retiring Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski. O'Malley, who is considering a run for president in...
  • Hillary Clinton used personal email while serving as secretary of State

    Hillary Clinton used personal email while serving as secretary of State
    Hillary Rodham Clinton used a private email address almost exclusively during her time at the State Department, though a spokesman for the former secretary of State said Tuesday the agency took necessary steps to retain all of her emails. The practice...
  • Nan Rich changes mind, will run for County Commission

    Nan Rich changes mind, will run for County Commission
    If things had gone Nan Rich's way, she'd be in the governor's mansion right now. Instead, she's reduced to setting her sights on a County Commission seat, something she said just months ago that she "absolutely'' wasn't interested in. Rich, a 73-year-...