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  • Charlie Crist gets campaign boost from Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick

    Charlie Crist gets campaign boost from Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick
    Charlie Crist brought a national Democratic Party leader to South Florida on Monday, the second time in three days he’s had an assist to gain media attention and public interest in his campaign for governor. Tuesday’s visitor was...
  • Appeals court rejects ban on same-sex unions in Indiana and Wisconsin

    MILWAUKEE The nation took another big stride Thursday toward a historic legal showdown over gay marriage, as a federal appeals court in Chicago unanimously struck down bans on same-sex unions in Wisconsin and Indiana. The decision by a three-judge...
  • Court rules against Wisconsin's, Indiana's gay marriage bans

    MILWAUKEE The nation took another big stride Thursday toward a historic decision on gay marriage, as a federal appeals court in Chicago unanimously struck down bans on same-sex unions in Wisconsin and Indiana. The decision by a three-judge panel of the...
  • New poll: Bill Clinton excepted, America punishes its political class

    New poll: Bill Clinton excepted, America punishes its political class
    Pro tip for politicians trying to get ahead: Either change your name to “Bill Clinton” or resign yourself to a whole lot of negativity. A new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll released Tuesday night found that, among past and present...
  • Russia may need to be 'coerced' to stop bullying its neighbors: Clinton

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Friday criticized Russia for trying to intimidate its neighbors and said Moscow needed to be persuaded or even "coerced" into looking to the future rather than the past. Clinton,...
  • Money pours in as race for U.S. Senate seat from Arkansas tightens

    LITTLE ROCK Ark. (Reuters) - The Arkansas race for a seat in the U.S. Senate is nearly a dead heat and almost certain to be the most expensive in the state's history as Democrats and Republicans pour money into a battle that could help determine the...
  • Federal judges question their role in Scott Walker funding probe

    CHICAGO A panel of three federal appeals judges on Tuesday questioned why they had been brought into a stalled criminal investigation into campaign activity by Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and conservative groups allied with him, saying it appeared to be a...
  • Democrat Mark Pryor struggles to hold Senate seat in Arkansas

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Jay Gadberry has always voted for Sen. Mark Pryor, a Democrat, despite his own moderately conservative leanings. After all, the two attended college together. Pryor even flew back to Arkansas when Gadberry's oldest daughter was killed...
  • How come nobody talks about the 'Obama bull market'?

    How come nobody talks about the 'Obama bull market'?
    It was widely noticed two weeks ago that the Standard & Poor's 500 index, the most important stock market indicator, hit a milestone by crossing 2,000 for the first time. It was somewhat less widely noticed that on that day, you would have notched a...
  • Republicans consider using reconciliation if they take the Senate

    WASHINGTON Republicans are beginning to focus on what they could accomplish through budget reconciliation next year if the GOP takes control of the Senate. They could use the filibuster-proof reconciliation process to pass budget-related measures...
  • The McDonnell verdict

    The soap opera that played out in Richmond these last weeks and ended with the convictions of former Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, on multiple counts of fraud and conspiracy charges is a tragedy for them, their children and the voters of...