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  • Senate panel would require Congress OK to close Guantanamo

    Congress would have to approve a detailed plan submitted by President Barack Obama to close the U.S. detention facility at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba before it could be shut down, according to legislation approved Wednesday by a Senate committee. The...
  • House passes bill for Congress to review Iran nuclear deal

     House passes bill for Congress to review Iran nuclear deal
    Congress on Thursday sent President Barack Obama a bill to give lawmakers the power to review and potentially reject a nuclear deal with Iran. The House overwhelmingly passed the measure, 400-25, a reflection of lawmakers' insistence on having a say...
  • Wisconsin's Feingold to run for US Senate

    Russ Feingold announced Thursday he will run to reclaim the U.S. Senate seat he lost five years ago to Republican Ron Johnson, fulfilling the hopes of Democrats who have been pushing for the liberal to return to political office. Feingold said in a 90-...
  • Ann McFeatters: We're not ready for silly season

    WASHINGTON The silly season is coming, and we're not ready. First of all, we didn't get a long enough spring. It went from 50 to 90 degrees far too fast, even though the official start of summer is weeks away. But it also snowed 10 inches on Mother's Day...
  • Fast-track's Senate stall

    Fast-track's Senate stall
    Efforts to approve fast-track trade authority were stalled in the Senate this week, blocked by Democrats on a failed cloture vote Tuesday. As much as this was a setback for President Barack Obama who has sought that legislation as part of his efforts to...
  • Can Republicans not be minorities?

    Can Republicans not be minorities?
    Imagine it’s 2007 and a prominent journalist is interviewing then-Sen. Barack Obama. “Senator, people are really interested in you and your identity. I just wanted to ask you as a historical matter, when you filled out your application to...
  • Carly Fiorina's imaginary race against Hillary Clinton

    Carly Fiorina's imaginary race against Hillary Clinton
    Carly Fiorina, the only woman to announce her candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination, is no Sarah Palin. She's no Michele Bachmann, either. And the GOP should be thankful. She isn’t a quitter like Palin, who¬†stepped down as Alaska...
  • Jeb Bush to skip GOP Iowa straw poll for Georgia event

    Republican Jeb Bush won't be at the Iowa Republican Party's presidential straw poll this summer, skipping the fixture of the pre-election-year political calendar for a competing event in Georgia. Bush spokesman Tim Miller says Bush will attend the...
  • Marco Rubio raising money in South Florida

    Marco Rubio raising money in South Florida
    Marco Rubio will make a stop west of Boca Raton on Tuesday evening to raise money for his presidential campaign. Florida's junior U.S. senator, who is forgoing a campaign for a second term as he seeks the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, doesn'...
  • Dems claim recruiting successes in bid to retake Senate

    Senate Democrats are claiming early success in recruiting strong candidates in Republican-held states as they fight to retake the majority after last year's midterm bloodletting. But in several states the party is still searching, with the Democrat who...
  • GOP parts from tradition of candidates waiting their 'turn'

    GOP parts from tradition of candidates waiting their 'turn'
    Things certainly have changed in the Republican Party. Gone are the times when patience was its own reward and loyal leading members would await their turn in the list of aspiring presidential candidates. Of six declared candidates for 2016, three are...