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The former NYC mayor donates $250,000 to the senator's primary against a tea party opponent.
The pre-emptive strikes suggest that some fear Paul is winning the foreign policy argument.
It blasts the administration for a delayed reaction to a petition on direct auto sales to buyers.
Her visit helps nationalize the race in the minds of Democrats who want to keep the Senate.
Behind the new clash are all the big forces that shape major political battles.
Dr. Jill Biden will also meet with the winners of the "All Star Teachers" program.
Jeh Johnson will give a closed-door presentation to all 100 senators about the border crisis.
His ability to surprise and frustrate was evident in Nashville over the weekend.
He responds to Holder's comment that "racial animus" is part of the opposition to him and Obama.
The conservative talk-radio host backs the Tennessee state representative's Senate campaign.
The former South Carolina treasurer and convicted felon could challenge Sen. Lindsey Graham.
Industry leaders say they're counting on Shelley Moore Capito to be an ally in Congress.
The administration offers to hold a private briefing on the political affairs office instead.
Mary Cheney, who broke with her sister over same-sex marriage, skips an event with the family.
"This is a phony trial ... it's a show trial," the Senate Majority Leader says about Boehner's suit.
The plaintiff in the landmark campaign finance case asks for an investigation into election fraud.
They will introduce a constitutional amendment that would overturn decisions like Citizens United.
She says Kelly was wrong to criticize her father.
Former NFL quarterback Andrew Walter offers supporters a chance to shoot guns at his event.
The editor-in-chief will step down, making way for deputy editor Julia Turner to take the reins.