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The 75-22 roll call easily surpasses the 60-vote threshold needed to invoke cloture.
Chris Christie has appointed the state attorney general to replace the late Sen. Frank Lautenberg.
Limbaugh is recovering after the boycott he faced in response to his broadcasts on Sandra Fluke.
The former senator teams up with Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman in New York.
He calls phone-tracking program valuable and legal.
It votes to cut off funds for an initiative that blocks deportations for DREAM Act immigrants.
Candidate Obama often spoke about personal freedom with the passion of a constitutional lawyer.
Mayors Against Illegal Guns' bus tour will start June 14 to mark the six-month anniversary of Newtown.
Two families with sick children are challenging the current national transplant policy.
Officially, the telecom giant has no comment about turning over millions of customers call logs.
Palin bashes Obama's picks of Susan Rice and Samantha Power.
Most lawmakers back the program or are indifferent.
The House speaker accuses the president of threatening to shut down the government.
It comes as the national Republican party seeks to become more technologically agile.
The long-serving lawmaker cites the president's inexperience as a major weakness.
It clears the way for Senate passage next week.
The Massachusetts governor says he got drunk after the Boston bombing suspects were captured.