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  • 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...
  • In early states, Bush walks tightrope with conservatives

    Jeb Bush is betting his political future these days on the hope that pragmatism will trump conservative hostility in 2016. Fresh off his first public tours of Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina, the Republican White House prospect has settled on an...
  • Budget spat leaves House GOP leaders facing new discord

    Whether the issue is immigration or federal budgets, Republicans keep learning a bitter lesson: Their sizable and near-historic congressional majority doesn't necessarily mean they can govern. House Republican leaders confronted that truth again this...
  • Congressional Republicans emboldened by Israeli vote

    WASHINGTON Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's election victory all but guarantees more partisan rancor in Congress when it comes to efforts by the Obama administration to reach a deal with Iran to curb its nuclear activities and throws into doubt...
  • Emily's List to endorse Edwards

    WASHINGTON -- A powerful political group that helped elect Barbara A. Mikulski to the Senate nearly 30 years ago will endorse Rep. Donna F. Edwards to be her successor -- throwing considerable fundraising heft behind her campaign. Emily's List, the...
  • Analysis: Why primaries aren't all bad

    WASHINGTON Primaries can be expensive and divisive, but treating them like the plague as party spokesmen are prone to do early every cycle distorts electoral reality. GOP strategists looking to hold the party's newly attained majority are reveling in the...
  • House Republicans in standoff over deficit, war funds in budget

    WASHINGTON House Republican leaders are struggling to find a compromise between spending-cut advocates and defense hawks on how to increase U.S. war funding in their proposed fiscal 2016 budget. The House Budget Committee approved the plan Thursday while...
  • Early line: 3-man race for 2016 Republican nomination

    WASHINGTON The crowded contest for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination is emerging as a three-man race in its early stages. Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio and Scott Walker have emerged as early leaders. "They have the best ability to unite the various...
  • Speak Out

    With the recent passing of Ernie Banks and Minnie Minoso, legends in baseball, it would be most appropriate to have a U.S. postage stamp bearing their likeness. In the annals of history, I'm not sure if there were any former baseball players gracing a...
  • Texas black GOP congressman relishes being political outlier

    Texas Rep. Will Hurd's Urdu is better than his Spanish, even though the latter is the preferred language of many constituents in his sprawling, two-thirds Hispanic district. The 37-year-old worked for the CIA for almost a decade, much of it undercover in...
  • Former Senate candidate pleads no contest in sex abuse case

    A former candidate for Delaware's state Senate accused of molesting a young neighbor more than 25 years ago has pleaded no contest Wednesday to unlawful sexual contact. The misdemeanor charges to which Eric Bodenweiser, 56, pleaded no contest are...