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"Around the edges there's a lot of loosey-goosey stuff going on," one lobbyist said.
Farenthold, first elected to Congress as part of the GOP wave of 2010, has adamantly denied any wrongdoing.
"It's something that's too precious for us to be putting out to the highest bidder," the president says.
He has work to do to win over senators from early primary and caucus states
Top GOP donors and operatives have been pushing him to get into the race.
Jeb Bush's most glaring education policy weakness can be summed up in two words: Common Core.
One man stood in the way of legislation viewed as a must-pass by many: Sen. Tom Coburn.
The ruling's broader impact on the president's policy remains uncertain.
He said he regrets if any of his colleagues' schedules were ruined by his maneuvering.
The cover was the magazine's worst-performing of the year.
Senators vie to use the bill as a vehicle for other hot-button energy issues.
Sources say officials have reached out to industry after its tepid response to president's executive actions that didn't address the number of high-skilled visas.
The next step for the exchanges is to start automatically re-enrolling people who didn't go online and renew by midnight Pacific time Monday.
The ruling's broader impact on the president's policy remains uncertain
He didn't specifically place Bush in that category, but the implication was clear.
New York Magazine apologized to readers Tuesday morning after learning that it had been "duped" by a Stuyvesant High School senior.
NYT journalist to be asked some questions, but not to ID confidential source
President Barack Obama has condemned a Taliban attack on a Pakistani school that killed at least 140 people, mostly children and teenagers.
"My suspicion is that what she's doing is trying to influence how Hillary frames her candidacy," he says.