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  • Republican senators pushing to stop filibusters, House member says

    WASHINGTON House conservatives are increasingly pushing the Senate to "go nuclear" and change filibuster rules so a Homeland Security Department funding bill that would block President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration can move forward. But...
  • Sen. Ted Cruz falls in line ahead of another shutdown showdown

    WASHINGTON Republicans are bringing Sen. Ted Cruz back into the fold as Congress heads for another shutdown showdown. The Texas Republican and potential 2016 presidential candidate just days earlier criticized his party's approach of using a bill to fund...
  • House conservatives call on Senate to change filibuster rules in Homeland Security standoff

    WASHINGTON Well, that didn't take long. As House Republicans grapple with how they can force Senate Democrats to take up their version of a Department of Homeland Security funding bill, some conservatives are calling on Senate Majority Leader Mitch...
  • GOP, tech industry mostly out of step over net neutrality issue

    GOP, tech industry mostly out of step over net neutrality issue
    The intensifying debate over how to keep the Internet open and ripe for innovation has heightened tensions between Republican congressional leaders and tech entrepreneurs they have been trying to woo. As tech firms and cable companies prepare for a...
  • Hillary Clinton is favorite of Florida Democrats

    Hillary Clinton is favorite of Florida Democrats
    In Florida, Democrats have one favorite: Hillary Clinton She's the preferred candidate for the party's 2016 presidential nomination among rank-and-file primary voters, many key political fundraisers, and key elected officials. Money Some of Clinton's...
  • Troubles at home for some GOP potential White House candidates?

    WASHINGTON As hordes of Republicans fan out across the country building support for possible runs at the 2016 presidential nomination, many might want to keep an eye on the home front. Often, the people who know them best largely oppose their home...
  • Carl Leubsdorf: Will age be a factor in 2016 race?

    Americans always like something new. A recent focus group session with a cross section of Colorado voters showed how that might affect the unfolding 2016 presidential campaign. Participants in the nonpartisan focus group conducted by veteran Democratic...
  • Some potential 2016 presidential candidates fault Obama war powers plan as too limited

    Some Republicans who want to succeed President Barack Obama in the White House are voicing concern that his request to Congress for a limited authorization to use military force against Islamic State terrorists in the Middle East isn't robust enough....
  • Boehner: Senate Democrats need to 'get off their �'

    WASHINGTON GOP House leaders emerged from a Republican Conference meeting Wednesday with a persistent refrain on Department of Homeland Security funding: The House has done its job; it's time for the Senate to act. During their weekly Republican...
  • Summary of recent Kentucky newspaper editorials

    Recent editorials from Kentucky newspapers: ___ Feb. 11 The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Kentucky, on the heroin bill: As the Kentucky General Assembly nears the midpoint of the legislative session, lawmakers now have a House version of a bill meant...
  • Analysis: Congress gets to dust off its war voting powers

    WASHINGTON For the first time this decade, Congress is set to have a full-fledged war debate. The White House wants pure kabuki with no practical effect; lawmakers, most of whom have never voted to send men and women into harm's way, will have to choose...