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  • Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk Show: 'Cedar Cove'

    Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk Show: 'Cedar Cove'
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of July 20 - 26, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Bet on Your Baby In the season finale of this...
  • GOP still faces war with tea party

    WASHINGTON The Republican Party establishment once again won a big battle, this time in Mississippi. But it's still facing a prolonged, bitter war with tea party insurgents. Tea party activists and rebellious conservative groups were fuming Wednesday...
  • Politicos rush for gain in court ruling on contraceptive coverage

    WASHINGTON Democrats and Republicans eagerly seized on Monday's Supreme Court birth control ruling as an important electoral momentum-builder, but it's doubtful the decision will have a big impact on November's congressional races. People are far more...
  • Texas politicians demand immediate action to stop child border crisis

    Texas Republicans Sen. Ted Cruz and Atty. Gen. Greg Abbott on Monday demanded that federal officials immediately intervene to stop the influx of Central American immigrant children that has overwhelmed south Texas. “We need to act to stop it,...
  • Obama defends immigration policy, meets with Texas governor

    President Obama faced sharp criticism for his immigration policies here Wednesday even as the White House stepped up efforts to cope with the tens of thousands of children and teens from Central America who have poured into Texas’ Rio Grande Valley....
  • Texas governor warns of 'trail of tears' from border crisis

    Texas governor warns of 'trail of tears' from border crisis
    With young immigrants slipping into the U.S. under the mistaken impression they will be allowed to stay, Texas Gov. Rick Perry warned Monday of a deadly "trail of tears" in the unforgiving Rio Grande Valley if the federal government doesn't act. More...
  • If the tea party ran the country

     If the tea party ran the country
    What exactly does the tea party movement want? Other than bringing tricorn hats, powdered wigs and knee breeches back into style, that is. If every Republican squish in Congress were booted out of office and replaced by a doughty defender of our...
  • Carl Leubsdorf: What's in the political cards for Rick Perry?

    If he runs again in 2016, Texas Gov. Rick Perry hopes better physical and substantive preparation will enable him to avoid the mishaps that made his 2012 race "painful" and "very humbling." Initial results are distinctly mixed. One of Perry's greatest...
  • 'America': Dinesh D'Souza's revisionist history

    'America': Dinesh D'Souza's revisionist history
    It takes 90 minutes for Dinesh D'Souza's rambling, mistitled "America: Imagine the World Without Her" to get to its real point. There's D'Souza, arch-conservative Ivy League immigrant, creator of the popular anti-Obama screed "2016: Obama's America," in...
  • Republicans can't seem to agree on Iraq and Middle East strategies

    The crisis in Iraq and broader unrest in the Middle East have exposed a growing rift among Republicans on foreign policy, as skeptics of military intervention have more openly challenged the party's hawkish posture in the post-Sept. 11 era. Unfolding...
  • Cruz, Obama and the border crisis

    Cruz, Obama and the border crisis
    It's not surprising that Republicans are blaming Barack Obama's immigration policy for the high number of unaccompanied Central American kids showing up at our southern border. Unlike in Ronald Reagan's day, the modern Republican Party is generally...
  • Tea party candidates' latest strange brew: martyrdrom

    WASHINGTON — Hiroo Onoda, the last imperial Japanese soldier to surrender after World War II, hid in a jungle in the Philippines for 29 years, refusing to believe that the war was over. He finally turned himself in, wearing his sword, cap and...