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The outreach hasn't been just about legislative initiatives.
On the issue of the NSA and Clapper, the new band of libertarians is picking up allies.
He doesn't mention the former candidate by name, but there was no doubt who he meant.
The amendment would require the military to recognize the religious beliefs of personnel.
The actress is playing the first lady in "Killing Kennedy."
The Arizona Republican makes a surprise stop at the Faith and Freedom Coalition conference.
The new regulation comes a day after a D.C. District Court judge struck down the previous rule.
The House Appropriations Committee makes its prescription for the popular WIC nutrition program.
The two join singer Mary Wilson in a ceremony honoring the longest-serving member of Congress.
There are few signs so far that the party has met its own standard for post-2012 engagement.
A statement refers to crossing the "red line."
Restraining orders will remain in effect until the children are approved for the adult list.
Four of the most recognizable conservatives in the Senate say nary a word about it.
She echoes an explanation given by NSA Director Gen. Keith Alexander.
The nonprofit received flak for its controversial legislative positions last year.
"House of Cards" star Corey Stoll says it's tough for politicians to get "anything good done."
The New Mexico senator replaces the late Frank Lautenberg on appropriations.
Says her return to Fox will drive critics crazy.
Both sides take to Twitter for pre-game boasting and trash talk.