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POLITICO's Glenn Thrush wins the Aldo Beckman Memorial Award for his White House coverage.
Correct the Record gets an early start on a key issue in the 2016 presidential elections.
The former CIA director called the senator "emotional" on "Fox News Sunday."
He likens the connection between the Kochs and the GOP to corporate sponsors and NASCAR drivers.
The video shows Vance McAllister kissing a woman identified as a congressional staffer.
The ad is "foul, offensive, and disrespectful to all women," says Wasserman Schultz.
The spot skewers him over remarks concerning his philosophy on government assistance.
With a 59-38 vote, the chamber sends the bill on to an uncertain future in the House.
The justices pass on the chance to dive into the legality of NSA surveillance.
The newspaper says two staffers were unlawfully detained after taking photos of a tank plant.
The @JoeBiden account is managed by staff of the Democratic Party and was used in 2012.
He'll make his candidacy for Senate in New Hampshire official with a big rally in Portsmouth.
The dispute centers on a photography firm that refused to provide servies for a same-sex ceremony.
They say a plan to reduce violence against workers and strengthen labor rights is failing at both.
"The Koch brothers aren't just sitting there innocently on the side," he says.
The former Mozilla CEO stepped down after a backlash to his anti-gay marriage positions.
He says the Supreme Court ruling last week has "exacerbated" the problems.
He's expected to enter politics this week with a run for Connecticut state Senate.
Republicans hope a bitter education fight will convince Asian-Americans to give them a look.
Why candidates keep lining up for the hazing from Club for Growth.