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A collection of news and information related to Republican Party published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo GETTY IMAGES)
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Top Republican Party Articles

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  • Carl Leubsdorf: Health care battles continue to roil

    Last winter, Virginia's Republican legislative majority blocked Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe's plan to extend Medicaid to 400,000 Virginians without medical insurance. Afterwards, McAuliffe vowed to take executive action but discovered legal...
  • As feud escalates, McCain ally says Paul is a fool or despicable

    WASHINGTON Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., is trading insults with a longtime adviser to fellow Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., who maintains that Paul is either a liar or in the thrall of conspiracy theories. "I would give him the benefit of the doubt but I'm not...
  • 'Landslide' examines historical consequences of Kennedy assassination

    "Landslide: LBJ and Ronald Reagan at the Dawn of a New America" by Jonathan Darman; Random House (480 pages; $30) Dallas has long tended to view the aftermath of Nov. 22, 1963, through the singular lens of the sniper's scope that jutted from the...
  • Delaney runs new ad in Sixth District

    Delaney runs new ad in Sixth District
    Democratic Rep. John Delaney is airing the first general election television ad in his bid for a second term, focusing on a bipartisan infrastructure bill that has become his signature legislative effort, campaign aides said Wednesday. The Potomac...
  • War brings Democrats, Republicans into harmony

    For some time now I've wondered what it would take to get our politicians in Washington, D.C., to reach bipartisan consensus on something, act collegially and treat the president in a respectful manner. Turns out all we had to do was launch a bombing...
  • Google pulls out of conservative group amid environmentalist pressure

    Google pulls out of conservative group amid environmentalist pressure
    Google's effort to build strong alliances with Republican politicians and conservative advocacy groups is paying dividends on Capitol Hill but has created a growing marketing and public-relations headache for the company. Climate-change activists have...
  • GOP ad links Tom Wolf to abortion doctor

    GOP ad links Tom Wolf to abortion doctor
    HARRISBURG — A state Republican Party campaign flier tries to link Democrat Tom Wolf to "House of Horrors" abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell. The fliers include a photo of Wolf and the headline "Will pro-abortion Tom Wolf take us back?" Underneath...
  • Congress mostly approves of airstrikes in Syria so far

    Congress found itself in a familiar position after President Obama ordered airstrikes on terrorists in Syria -- clamoring for a legislative role in the process, but perhaps relieved of not being asked to take one. Members of Congress registered mostly...
  • Florida State University picks powerful politician as president

    TALLAHASSEE Fla. (Reuters) - Florida State University on Tuesday selected a powerful state politician to serve as its next president over the loud objections of angry faculty members and students. John Thrasher, a Republican political veteran and state...
  • I am gay and it is a great life, says PA state senator

    An outgoing state senator publicly revealed Tuesday what many people in the Capitol already knew: He is gay. Sen. Jim Ferlo, D-Allegheny, said he was publicizing his sexual orientation as a show of solidarity with other lawmakers who are advocating...
  • Islamic State at the border: Fearful new focus of GOP campaign ads

    For years, Republican opposition to immigration reform has exacted a steep political cost, the enmity of Latino voters. But now some are pivoting to a less perilous¬†argument for their opposition to reordering the nation’s immigration laws: It&...