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The libertarian-leaning senator says his beliefs are no less strong than the Texan's.
The proposed legislation also bans captive breeding and the import and export of orcas.
Bruce Gottlieb steps down to pursue work in policy and government affairs.
At CPAC, he says Clinton and Benghazi are both part of the GOP's discussions as they plan for 2016.
Larry King says he wouldn't let RT edit his show.
The man tapped to overhaul labels for the first time in two decades is not who you might expect.
There's no breakdown on exactly how more than $2 billion has been spent on Obamacare since 2010.
He outlines a small-government vision and praised the accomplishments of fellow governors.
The economy added 175,000 jobs in February while the unemployment rate ticked up to 6.7 percent.
Eshoo would have to leapfrog two other Democrats for the Energy and Commerce Committee post.
Most respondents say the pipeline will create a significant number of jobs.
The organization slams President Obama's critics for "political posturing" in the midst of a crisis.
He honors the "foremothers" of American music but slips up announcing Aretha Franklin's anthem.
It's the highest level of political disaffiliation Pew has recorded for any generation in 25 years.
Contenders Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Marco Rubio weigh in on the crisis in Crimea.
For underdog candidates and state legislators, a breakout speech at CPAC means a career change.
Washington Republicans describe the campaign against Alex Sink as a Keystone Cops operation.
A gay father, a dead son--and the bigoted church that judged them both wrong.
"I could have offered to reopen the hearing and allowed him to make a second statement," Issa says.
A new campaign to raise small-dollar donations begins in anticipation for a 2016 run.