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  • Senate panel passes update to No Child Left Behind law

    A Senate panel unanimously passed legislation on Thursday updating the No Child Left Behind education law, setting up a likely vote by the full Senate this spring. The legislation would continue to require annual standardized tests to measure student...
  • Super PAC formed to help Wisconsin's Walker in '16 campaign

    Scott Walker's expected campaign for the White House got a boost Thursday as his former campaign managers formed a political group able to raise and spend unlimited amounts of money. Two former campaign managers for the Republican governor of Wisconsin...
  • Utah governor plans Washington visit for more Medicaid talks

    Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday that he and some Republican state lawmakers are planning a trip to Washington, D.C., at the end of April with the hope of working toward a Medicaid expansion deal. Herbert, a Republican, said at his monthly televised...
  • Jeb Bush: Campaign decision 'in relatively short order'

    Jeb Bush: Campaign decision 'in relatively short order'
    Jeb Bush said Thursday he will make up his mind "in relatively short order" whether to seek the Republican nomination for president in 2016. The former Florida governor is going to New Hampshire to attend events called Politics and Pies in Concord on...
  • How Sen. Corker became Mr. Fix-It and forged deal on Iran

    WASHINGTON Fighting to get Congress a voice on an Iran nuclear deal, Sen. Bob Corker found himself in an increasingly familiar spot in the thick of a difficult situation. And loving it. "I do enjoy it because I enjoy us doing things that are going to...
  • High court hopeful: $500,000 should level GOP playing field

    A candidate who received the largest single campaign contribution reported so far in Pennsylvania's Supreme Court race said Thursday that the $500,000 will make him competitive in the May 19 Republican primary. Adams County Judge Mike George said...
  • Legalized silencers, other gun measures head to House floor

    A handful of bills to expand gun laws were up for a final vote in the Minnesota House on Thursday evening even though the Senate has expressed little appetite to wade back into gun issues this year. The House was expected to take up legislation that...
  • House passes bill to repeal estate tax

    The House voted Thursday to repeal the federal tax on estates, a politically volatile issue that affects few inheritances. Republicans refer to it as the "death tax." They say it prevents small business owners and family farmers from passing businesses...
  • Senate seeks deal on stalled human trafficking bill

    Key lawmakers are working to resolve a dispute over abortion that has long held up Senate approval of legislation to crack down on human trafficking. Sens. Mitch McConnell and John Cornyn, the two top Senate Republicans, both expressed hope Thursday...
  • NC House initially OKs making judicial races partisan again

    Elections for North Carolina appellate court judgeships have been officially nonpartisan since 2004, but Republicans are trying again to shift them back to partisan races. The House tentatively agreed Thursday to legislation to require state Supreme...
  • Hillary Clinton faces a challenge in voters' trust

    DES MOINES, Iowa Hillary Clinton might have a problem with voters such as Linda Deitz. A registered Democrat and a hypnotist with her own small business in Des Moines, Deitz supported Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. But Hillary Clinton is a different...