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Obscure language could promote the rapid destruction of carbon-storing trees.
A fake phone call between Bush and Hillary Clinton is aimed at social media.
After 40 amendment votes, the bill still lacks the support to override a presidential veto.
Bringing David Kochel on board is a signal that Bush intends to play aggressively in the Hawkeye State.
The Senate's confirmation hearings this week are the easy part.
"I might have to run against Steve Scalise because you know, I really might," Duke says.
"A center-right candidacy can prevail in America," he says.
The increase amounts to a seven percent increase over sequestration levels.
"You know you're going to have to shut up, or I'm going to have you arrested," he tells them.
It would ratchet up sanctions on Iran if a deal over its nuclear program is not reached by June 30.
He will likely make his first-ever joint appearance with Barack Obama next month in Washington.
Nowhere in the memo does it say that the House will take up the two pieces of legislation that it pulled in January: a border security bill and legislation to ban abortions after 20 weeks.
The bill is coming from a bipartisan group of eight senators.
The former CBS News correspondent testifies at Loretta Lynch's confirmation hearing.
Democrats widely believed they lacked a unified message to cut through the noise of the midterm elections.
Walker's comments came as he spoke about his proposed budget, which would cut $300 million over the next two years from the University of Wisconsin system.
He clarifies that he was referring to women in general that he had encountered in professional settings in New York.
Advisers say the biggest reason for the delay is simple: She feels no rush.
It sets up a clear contrast with Republicans in Congress who want to stick to the spending limits.