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  • Budget deal appears to have enough GOP support to clear Senate

    Budget deal appears to have enough GOP support to clear Senate
    WASHINGTON — The Senate appeared set to approve a budget deal this week after a handful of Republicans announced they would vote to advance the bill, which has deeply divided the party. Their backing, along with that of most Democrats, would be...
  • GOP senator sues over Obamacare coverage for members of Congress

    GOP senator sues over Obamacare coverage for members of Congress
    WASHINGTON — Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson filed suit Monday to challenge what he called the Obama administration’s abuse of executive authority in issuing rules over how members of Congress and their staff receive coverage under the president&...
  • Hillary Clinton's dodgy testimony

    A lot of people in Washington apparently forgot how good Hillary Clinton is at not telling the truth. Wednesday, in her testimony before both the Senate and, later, the House, Clinton brilliantly fudged, dodged and filibustered. Of course, she's a pro....
  • RPOF announces major staff shakeups

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The Republican Party of Florida announced some major staff departures and arrivals Friday, the biggest being that Executive Director Mike Grissom is leaving to take a job as political affairs director with the Florida Chamber of...
  • Club for Growth loves Marco; Bill, Debbie, not so much

     
    Updated 1:05 p.m. 2/26/13 to reflect that Posey did not get an award. The staunchly-conservative Club for Growth, a big funder of political campaigns through its affiliated PAC and Super PAC, is out with its 2012 Congressional scoreboard, throwing special...
  • Jeb Bush will be on five Sunday morning programs

     
    Former Gov. Jeb Bush will be everywhere Sunday morning. He is on five programs: “Meet the Press,” “State of the Union,” “Fox News Sunday,” “Face the Nation” and “This Week.” The Florida...
  • Colorado massacre: No. 1 topic Sunday morning

     
    THIS POST HAS BEEN REVISED A FINAL TIME AT 9:10 P.M. ET SATURDAY: The Colorado movie-theater massacre will be the top story on Sunday morning programs. You can expect the latest news from Aurora, Colo., on CBS' “Face the Nation,” ABC's “...
  • Karl Rove on ‘Fox News Sunday’; Rachel Maddow on ‘Meet the Press’

     
    Karl Rove, whose American Crossroads Super PAC is behind many election commercials, will be a panelist this weekend on “Fox News Sunday.” Rove, a former adviser to George W. Bush, will join Brit Hume, Juan Williams and Joe Trippi on the panel....
  • Romney on 47% Comments: I Was 'Completely Wrong'

    Romney on 47% Comments: I Was 'Completely Wrong'
    Mitt Romney said he was "completely wrong" when he argued that nearly half of Americans were "victims" and dependent on government. The admission came Thursday as the GOP presidential candidate sought to clarify his controversial "47%" comments....
  • Big Romney fundraiser in Chicago days before election

    Big Romney fundraiser in Chicago days before election
    Just four days before the election, Republican Mitt Romney's backers will hold a fundraiser in President Barack Obama’s hometown to buy last-minute TV airtime in the remaining battleground states, a source close to the campaign said Tuesday. The...
  • The 50 richest members of Congress

    The 50 richest members of Congress
    The Hill, a political newspaper, unveiled its annual list of the 50 richest lawmakers on Tuesday. Rep. Michael McCaul, a Republican from Texas, held on to the top slot with a cool $290.5 million. "McCaul remains in the stratosphere of the very richest...
  • Wisconsin Sen. Herb Kohl is latest Democrat to announce retirement

    Wisconsin Sen. Herb Kohl is latest Democrat to announce retirement
    Wisconsin Sen. Herb Kohl will announce on Friday that he will retire at the end of his current term, adding to Democratic woes in the effort to maintain control of the Senate. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Corrected at 9:41 a.m. May 13: The caption...