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  • In Kansas Senate race, Pat Roberts' legacy may be his downfall

    WASHINGTON Pat Roberts has never run a close race. From his first election to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1980 to his last Senate campaign in 2008, Roberts handily beat every challenger he ever faced. The Kansas Republican trounced opponents...
  • Ebola crisis: Should the U.S. impose an air travel ban or not?

    With two Texas healthcare workers infected with Ebola after a visitor from Liberia flew into Dallas carrying the deadly virus, there are growing calls in the U.S. to impose limits on travel from the hardest-hit countries in West Africa. House Speaker...
  • Ethnic aristocracies have no place in modern America

    Once upon a time, the liberal position was to reject the old discriminatory branding of people by the color of their skins rather than by the content of their characters. Not now. Political and career advantage is found in trumpeting -- or occasionally...
  • Retiring Bachmann signals she's still in the game

    Rep. Michele Bachmann may be retiring at the end of this year, but the woman who rose to prominence by founding the Congressional Tea Party Caucus in 2010 and running for president in 2012 isn't leaving Washington, D.C., quietly. In a speech and brief...
  • Peter Thiel wields political influence on GOP

    SAN FRANCISCO Peter Thiel has built and funded some of the most successful Silicon Valley startups, but the influence he wields in politics may be the cornerstone of his next legacy. Thiel, co-founder of PayPal and billionaire tech investor, has become...
  • Pols trade blame for Ebola, but both parties cut budgets for health

    WASHINGTON The political blame game over the deadly Ebola virus is in full swing just weeks before the November elections with each side ignoring the facts. Several Republicans, including House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio, contend that President...
  • History won't view marriage equality holdouts favorably

    History won't view marriage equality holdouts favorably
    There's an oft-repeated phrase in discussions of same-sex marriage: "Be on the right side of history." I prefer something simpler: Be right. We are swiftly arriving at the point where most Americans recognize right from wrong and see — with...
  • Three key questions in the GOP's quest for a presidential nominee

    Officially, not a single candidate is running for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. But more than a dozen ambitious Republicans are holding serious conversations with their nearest and dearest: their families, their pollsters and their...
  • In Kansas Senate race, Pat Roberts tries to right his campaign

    In the suddenly and surprisingly tight Senate race in Kansas, one gets the distinct impression that the troubled campaign of Sen. Pat Roberts is still winging it — perhaps even right-winging it. Wearing the purple colors of Kansas State...
  • Congress mostly approves of airstrikes in Syria so far

    Congress found itself in a familiar position after President Obama ordered airstrikes on terrorists in Syria -- clamoring for a legislative role in the process, but perhaps relieved of not being asked to take one. Members of Congress registered mostly...
  • Republicans mum after Supreme Court declines same-sex marriage cases

    Just over a year ago, Rep. Tim Huelskamp reacted strongly when the Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act. The Kansas Republican vowed a constitutional amendment to protect state rights to define marriage as between one man and one woman....