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Los Angeles TimesWASHINGTON - The congressional sponsors of a constitutional amendment that would prohibit same-sex marriage announced new wording yesterday aimed at building political support for the measure by easing concerns that it would block states from allowing...
Los Angeles TimesWASHINGTON - Experts and lawmakers differed sharply in testimony yesterday before the Senate Judiciary Committee over whether the institution of marriage is under judicial assault and can be preserved only through a constitutional amendment banning gay...
Associated PressWASHINGTON - Senate supporters of a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage said yesterday they intend to press for passage in the new Congress, brushing aside mixed signals from the White House on the issue's importance at the start of President...
Chicago Tribune Staff WritersAs Americans go to vote Tuesday, Democrats and Republicans have sent out teams of lawyers across the nation to watch for fraud, intimidation and other illegal tactics that could mean the difference in some of the closest races. Already, Democrats were...
Nation NowCongress is revving up its engines to stop motorcycle-only checkpoints. A measure inserted into the House transportation bill would bar the U.S. Department of Transportation from providing grants to local or state governments for such checkpoints....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSen. Trent Lott, a 35-year Capitol Hill veteran who staged a political comeback after losing his Senate leadership post because of racially insensitive remarks, plans to resign from office before the year is out. With his decision, the Senate's No. 2...
The SwampIn this image reviewed by the U.S. Military, a Guantanamo detainee, left, walks in a fenced-in exercise area as a guard patrols on the grounds of the maximum security prison at Camp 5, at Guantanamo Bay U.S. Naval Base, in......
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The Swampby Frank James The federal indictment of Sen. Ted Stevens certainly is buoying Democratic hopes that they could pick up enough Senate seats to get to the magical 60 votes, enough for a veto-proof majority. It would be the......
The Swampby James Oliphant Congressional Democrats appear close to having something they haven't known for a long time: power. After being marginalized by the Bush administration and stymied by a cohesive Republican minority, Democrats on the Hill look poised to...
The Swampby James Oliphant Twelve Senate races are considered to be close this Election Day. The outcome could have a significant impact on the balance of power on the Hill. Democrats are chasing a 60-vote majority, which would allow them to......
The SwampUndated government photo of U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve's Big Hill site near Beaumont, Texas. (Source: Department of Energy/ via Bloomberg News) by Frank James How concerned are lawmakers during this election year about a voter backlash against...
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