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- Illinois readies to spend $100M for Obama museum in Chicago
- John Edwards back in court — this time as a lawyer for Va. boy’s malpractice case
- Covered California reports more than 200K in overtime Obamacare sign-ups
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Sen. Ted Cruz has been tapped to deliver the keynote address at Liberty University's convocation.
With Ukraine in turmoil, Vice President Joseph R. Biden will travel to the region next week and meet with the leaders of Poland, Latvia and other nations.
The U.S. victory over Russia in men's hockey Saturday in the Winter Olympics prompted by some bipartisan chest-thumping back home by President Obama and other officials.
Citing the cost of Obamacare, the top executive at AOL Inc. said Thursday his company will revamp how it contributes to employees' retirement plans.
A key House committee approved a bill Tuesday that would change Obamacare's definition of a "full-time" work week from 30 hours to the more traditional 40-hour week.
The California lawmaker who wrote the first-in-the-nation ban on “reparative” therapy for children with same-sex attractions is seeking the U.S. House seat of retiring Democratic Rep. Henry Waxman.
Actress Ashley Judd said Thursday she has no regrets about her decision to stay out of the heated U.S. Senate race in Kentucky, where Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell faces a high-stakes re-election fight this fall.
Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. said Wednesday that the Obama administration remains committed to tackling the issue of gun violence, despite the failure to move legislation after Mr. Obama made it one of his top priorities following the Sandy Hook shootings in December 2012.
In a new poll released Wednesday, nearly seven in 10 likely U.S. voters say it's better for President Obama to work with Congress rather than act alone, compared to 27 percent who say it's better for him to go around Congress if necessary "to accomplish what he feels is important."
Sign-wielding protesters in pink t-shirts briefly disrupted the opening of a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on global terrorism threats Wednesday morning.
Washington is the biggest cash cow for both political parties, but Republicans shouldn't discount Nashville and Democrats might consider booking a trip to Boston as well.
A new poll released Monday found that a strong majority of Americans believe less government involvement would help to close the income gap in America.
A day after he delivers his State of the Union address, President Obama will head to a Costco store in suburban Maryland to speak about the economy, the White House announced Monday.
Sen. Charles E. Schumer, New York Democrat, predicted Monday that Congress will have a more productive year in 2014 than it did last year — thanks in part to what he says is the tea party's waning influence on Capitol Hill.
Acknowledging that his beard wasn't measuring up, White House press secretary Jay Carney shaved it off Friday.
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