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  • House, Senate approve aid to help Ukraine

    WASHINGTON Congress presented a rare unified front Thursday as the Senate and the House of Representatives each passed aid and sanctions packages for Ukraine in response to Russia's annexation of Crimea. After nearly two weeks of partisan bickering and...
  • Reid will refund campaign for purchases from granddaughter's business

    WASHINGTON —   Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) plans to reimburse his campaign more than $16,000 for purchasing holiday gifts from his granddaughter's jewelry business. The Federal Election Commission sent Reid’s campaign a letter...
  • Rachel Marsden: Obama's critics aren't communists, Russia isn't the Soviet Union

    PARIS -- There's no faster or easier way to shut down legitimate debate than to slap an undesirable label on someone based on their views. Criticize same-sex marriage and you're a bigot. Take issue with immigration policy and you're dismissed as a racist....
  • Senate leader Reid drops IMF reforms from Ukraine aid package

    WASHINGTON -- Bowing to Republican opposition, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said Tuesday that legislation to provide $1 billion in aid to Ukraine would move forward without a contested provision to expand the loan-making authority of the...
  • Senate moves toward sending aid to Ukraine

    WASHINGTON The Senate moved Monday to advance aid and sanctions for Ukraine, though the fight over the emergency funding measure is just beginning. Senators voted 78-17 to move forward with the aid bill, which includes changes to the International...
  • Senators already in their corners in upcoming debate over Ukraine aid

    WASHINGTON Russia's annexation of Crimea has produced yet another perfect storm in Washington: a fast-moving international crisis and a slow-moving U.S. Congress. The Senate next week will try once again to take up a $1 billion aid and sanctions bill...
  • U.S. housing bill would cut mortgage access for minorities, groups warn

    U.S. housing bill would cut mortgage access for minorities, groups warn
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Senate proposal to overhaul the U.S. housing finance system would make mortgages more expensive and less available, especially in minority communities, a coalition of consumer advocates and civil rights groups warned on Friday. A...
  • Too many senators fail the full disclosure test

    Lately, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has been denouncing David and Charles Koch, calling the oil billionaires "un-American" as they funnel tens of millions of dollars into campaigns to defeat Senate Democrats. There's plenty to criticize. The...
  • Thomas Sowell: GOP infighting must stop to prevent Democratic wins

    At a time when polls show public opinion turning against the Democrats, some Republicans seem to be turning against each other. Even with the prospect of being able to win control of the Senate in this fall's elections, some Republicans are busy...
  • Obama to Raise Funds for Midterm Candidates at Home of Disney's Alan Horn

    President Obama is returning to Los Angeles on May 7 to raise money for congressional candidates at an event at the home of Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn and his wife, Cindy, according to sources familiar with the plans. The event will benefit...
  • U.S. and Russia trade sanctions over Crimea

    WASHINGTON — The U.S. and Russian presidents imposed sanctions on each other's top aides and other government officials Thursday as the dispute over Crimea intensified and the White House worried publicly that Moscow might be positioning its...