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  • Courting the cucumber-infused crowd: Democrats woo millennials

    NEW YORK On a Thursday evening earlier this month, a group of Democratic lawmakers entrusted with a big chunk of the party's future mingled with well-dressed young professionals in an industrial-chic space in Manhattan, drinking glasses of wine and...
  • Candidates look to make family legacies in Congress

    WASHINGTON When nine-term Democratic Rep. Lois Capps of California announced her retirement, all eyes turned to a potential successor: her daughter. A Democratic operative who has never run for office, Laura Burton Capps has long been seen as a...
  • A New Kennedy Steps Onto Political Stage

    A New Kennedy Steps Onto Political Stage
    EAST HAVEN — Edward Kennedy Jr. took a first step in following in the footsteps of his late father, the former U.S. senator, on Tuesday when he won his first political campaign, for state Senate in Connecticut. A 53-year-old attorney captured...
  • Pope Francis appoints panel to streamline annulments

    Pope Francis appoints panel to streamline annulments
    Pope Francis has appointed a group of theologians and canon lawyers to study ways to make the annulment of Catholic marriages – often a complicated and lengthy task – simpler, the Vatican announced. The 11-member commission will attempt to...
  • Immigration advocates end fast on National Mall

    Immigration advocates end fast on National Mall
    WASHINGTON -- After 21 days without eating, three protesters hoping to press House Republicans to pass an immigration overhaul bill ended their fast Tuesday with a loaf of bread and a bottle of organic apple juice at the steps of the Capitol. The...
  • 3 immigration protesters end their fast at Capitol steps

    3 immigration protesters end their fast at Capitol steps
    WASHINGTON — After 21 days without eating, three protesters who want House Republicans to pass an immigration overhaul bill ended their fast Tuesday by sharing a loaf of bread and a cup of organic apple juice at the steps of the Capitol, but other...
  • Who's Who?

    A roundup of those who took the stand during the skakel trial. John Higgins, a former classmate of Michael Skakel's at the Elan School. Higgins was the only person to testify that Skakel confessed to killing Martha Moxley. Higgins, left,...