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  • After soaring rhetoric, Rubio begins to outline policy positions

    After soaring rhetoric, Rubio begins to outline policy positions
    After launching his 2016 presidential campaign by declaring "yesterday is over,” Sen. Marco Rubio began filling in some of the policy details behind his lofty rhetoric in a round of media interviews. The 43-year-old brushed off comparisons to...
  • Congressional soccer game puts Republicans on top

    WASHINGTON Sometimes a partisan-netted goal is hard to come by on Capitol Hill, when it's all edging and no clear winner. But congressional members met under the lights of RFK Stadium on Tuesday night to tally goals at the third annual Capital Soccer...
  • Senators said near deal to let Congress slow fast track on trade

    WASHINGTON A top Senate Republican agreed to a Democratic request to let Congress slow action on certain trade pacts, people familiar with the issue said, clearing the way for a bill making it easier for a president to enact trade deals. Senators Orrin...
  • NC House Republicans seek to make more elections partisan

    Races for North Carolina appellate court judgeships and nearly all local school boards would become partisan under legislation written by Republicans and approved late Tuesday by a state House committee. GOP lawmakers sponsoring the two pieces of...
  • Robert B. Reich: Hillary Clinton's candidacy and America's defining moment

    It's a paradox. Almost all the economic gains are still going to the top, leaving America's vast middle class with stagnant wages and little or no job security. Two-thirds of Americans are working paycheck to paycheck. Meanwhile, big money is taking...
  • Kerry pitches Iran deal to skeptical lawmakers

    Secretary of State John Kerry personally pleaded with House Republicans and Democrats on Monday to give the Obama administration more room to negotiate a final nuclear deal with Iran, but several lawmakers said they remained skeptical and a bill to give...
  • House Democrats in Alaska want to see Medicaid expansion

    House Democrats said Tuesday that Medicaid expansion would be a key piece to winning their support to authorize any draw from Alaska's savings to cover costs for state government. Medicaid expansion is a priority for Gov. Bill Walker, who at the prodding...
  • What are the Democrats' alternatives to Clintonland?

     What are the Democrats' alternatives to Clintonland?
    Don't despair, political junkies. There's still going to be a vigorous debate in the Democratic presidential primary campaign — even though it won't really be about who the nominee should be. Unless she stumbles, Hillary Rodham Clinton seems to have...
  • White House agrees to give Congress a say on an Iran deal

    White House agrees to give Congress a say on an Iran deal
    Bowing to pressure from Republicans and his own party, President Barack Obama on Tuesday relented to a compromise empowering Congress to reject the emerging nuclear pact with Iran. The rare and reluctant agreement between the president and the...
  • Illinois Dems question budget head over grant suspensions

    Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner's top budget aide says more funding could be suspended this year on top of tens of millions in social services and public health grants that were put on hold earlier this month. Office of Management and Budget Director Tim...
  • Final talks coming on removing Ritz as school board leader

    A Republican-backed proposal that would allow Democratic state schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz to be replaced as leader of the state Board of Education advanced Tuesday toward final negotiations in the Indiana Legislature. House members voted 55-41 to...