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  • Sen. Menendez defiant amid reports of looming indictment

    U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez insisted Monday that he has done nothing wrong amid reports that he could be indicted on corruption charges as soon as this week. "I'll say the same thing I said two weeks ago when there was a different press report —...
  • Hillary Clinton takes on inequality in remarks to liberal group

    Hillary Clinton takes on inequality in remarks to liberal group
    Hillary Clinton addressed the promise of urban renewal as an engine for economic expansion Monday but stressed the need for fostering growth "in a way that lifts everybody up." As she closes in on the launch of a presidential campaign in which she...
  • Cuomo stands by ethics ultimatum as NY budget talks heat up

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo is so far holding firm to a promise not to sign a state budget without legislative ethics reforms — but also signaling that other priorities may not be included as budget talks intensify before an April 1 deadline. The...
  • Potent groups take sides on bipartisan House Medicare plan

    A budding bipartisan deal to shelter physicians from Medicare cuts, championed by the House's two top leaders, is drawing powerful allies including the American Medical Association and a rainbow of conservative and liberal groups. House aides released an...
  • Divisive issue of abortion stalls human trafficking bill

    The Senate's 100 members don't agree on much. They agreed they wanted legislation to help the victims of sex trafficking. Then the bill got caught up in the emotional and uncompromising politics of abortion. Now the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act...
  • O'Malley works to position himself as Clinton alternative

    There are some Democrats in Iowa who aren't all that "Ready for Hillary." So far, there's little evidence they're ready for Martin O'Malley, either. "I think it's because they haven't met me yet," O'Malley said. The former Maryland governor spent part...
  • Waiting for the Children's Health Insurance Program

    WASHINGTON The federal-state Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) will run out of money on Sept. 30. Until recently, Congress showed little interest in paying for it. But last week, the House agreed on a bill that would continue the $13 billion...
  • With takeover, W.Va. GOP saw fizzle-outs and compromises

    In their first shot at leading the West Virginia Legislature since the 1930s, Republicans served up ideas this session that Democrats had never given much play. They considered allowing charter schools, repealing Common Core educational standards, drug-...
  • AG Madigan says no to Rauner right-to-work zones

    AG Madigan says no to Rauner right-to-work zones
    Democratic Attorney General Lisa Madigan said Friday that Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner’s plan to put in place small right-to-work areas across Illinois is illegal, marking the second time the state’s chief legal officer has pushed back against...
  • State House, Senate may conflict over prison oversight

    The Florida House and Senate may be coming into conflict over management of the state's scandal-plagued prison system. A Senate committee approved a bill Wednesday to create an independent oversight commission for the Department of Corrections....
  • Scott Walker tells South Carolina voters he can appeal to independents

    CHARLESTON, S.C. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker told voters in this crucial presidential primary state Friday that he is a candidate who can stitch together a coalition to win elections that includes independents and the full spectrum of Republicans. "In...