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  • OnStar Is Watching

    The U.S. government, of all people, is calling out OnStar for recent changes to its privacy agreements. Last week, OnStar told its customers that it will continue to record some information about vehicle operations even if the service has been canceled,...
  • Duckworth blasts Kirk on Iran letter; his campaign dings her tax mistake

    Duckworth blasts Kirk on Iran letter; his campaign dings her tax mistake
    Democratic U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth on Tuesday criticized Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk as "irresponsible" for recently signing an open letter to the government of Iran regarding ongoing nuclear talks. The remark came at Duckworth's first news...
  • Maryland Democrats expected to turn to ex-lawmaker Poole as chairman

    Maryland Democrats expected to turn to ex-lawmaker Poole as chairman
    The Maryland Democratic Party is expected to turn to a moderate former delegate from Western Maryland as its next chairman as it seeks to rebuild after a devastating loss in last year's gubernatorial race. Several highly-placed party activists said D....
  • Duckworth: Clinton needs to meet with Benghazi committee

    A war hero congresswoman appeared publicly Tuesday for the first time as a U.S. Senate hopeful, taking jabs at the Republican incumbent, offering stern advice for the Democrats' top presidential contender and defending her work under now-imprisoned former...
  • Democrat O'Malley hits GOP support for Indiana law

    Likely Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley says it's "shameful" for Republicans to support an Indiana law that critics see as legalizing discrimination against gays and lesbians. The former Maryland governor criticized 2016 Republican...
  • Liberal Dems, GOP cling to hope Warren runs for president

    Republicans and liberal Democrats have something in common: Both are trying to keep alive the prospect that Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren will run for president. Warren isn't playing along, making the rounds this week to — yet again —...
  • Krishnamoorthi says he'll run for Duckworth's US House seat

    Former Illinois deputy treasurer Raja (RAH-jah) Krishnamoorthi (krish-nah-MOOR-thee) says he'll run for U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth's seat in Congress now that she's announced her bid for U.S. Senate. Krishnamoorthi made the announcement Tuesday, a day...
  • Right Stuff: Time is now for African-American senator from Maryland

    Right Stuff: Time is now for African-American senator from Maryland
    U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski’s announcement that she will retire at the end of her fifth term has set off intense speculation as to who will replace her. Potential candidates from both parties have been dissected, and political handicappers are busy...
  • Is New York's Chuck Schumer the new top-dog Democrat?

    Is New York's Chuck Schumer the new top-dog Democrat?
    WASHINGTON -- Sen. Chuck Schumer introduced fellow New Yorker Loretta Lynch, the attorney general nominee, to the Senate Judiciary Committee in January as a public servant who “has earned a reputation for keeping her head down and avoiding the...
  • Public favors talks with Iran but wants Congress involved, polls find

    As negotiations continue over Iran's nuclear program, Americans are receptive to talks but skeptical about their ultimate success, several new polls show. By 49%-40%, Americans approve of the idea of negotiating with Iran over its nuclear program,...
  • Internet regulations require legislative fix

    Internet regulations require legislative fix
    ¬† ¬† When it comes to enshrining sensible and permanent public policy in regard to the Internet, Senator Bill Nelson, D-Fla., says there is “magic in the making,” and that by working with his colleagues in the U.S. Senate, Americans could...