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The Republican-backed legislation devotes funds to research into pediatric cancer.
He made $3.1 million in 2013 from Citigroup and anticipates that will rise by 25 percent this year.
Bridget Anne Kelly fights a document subpoena in the Bridgegate traffic scandal.
Lawmakers plan to file a discharge petition that would force a vote on extending jobless benefits.
The Fox News CEO says the late author will be remembered as a talented man.
The Senate Banking Committee agrees on Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the housing finance market.
Republicans want a provision targeting a pending Obama administration rule on nonprofits.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein says she has "grave concerns" about constitutional violations.
He disagrees with the former defense secretary's comment that Crimea won't slip from Russia's hand.
He says the idea of third term sounds as bad as the third "Hangover" movie.
A majority supports making gay marriage legal, diverging from older party members.
Early & Often aims "to own the world of political journalism for Chicago, Illinois and the Midwest."
He says that his thoughts on foreign policy are just as Reaganesque as the Texas lawmaker's.
First-caucus state voters disapprove of the way he handled the controversy, a new survey says.
The viral media site describes itself as "social media with a mission."
Republicans are wrestling over what to do with their chief tax writer's controversial budget plan.
Simon says the "vast right-wing conspiracy" is fueling up for 2016.
There are a number of compelling angles to this Florida special election.
A 2014 race is rapidly becoming a proxy war between Reid and Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval.
His struggles offer a revealing moment for the tea party and conservatives in Congress.