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The Texas governor's back surgery in 2011 was blamed for some of his missteps in the 2012 race.
"I don't care who stands up, whether it's Marco Rubio, who talks about 'let everybody in,'" he says.
The American Petroleum Institute ad shows up just before a town hall webcast.
The freshman Democrat chooses not to run for a neighboring seat being vacated by Ed Pastor.
It puts House Democrats in quite an awkward position.
"You are a Lone Ranger, unable even to form a core progressive force within the Senate," Nader writes.
"The political and media elites are lying to us," the NRA executive vice president says.
Speaking at CPAC 2014, he appeals to his party to reach out to minorities and other groups.
The $1 million TV campaign will be supplemented by mailings to swing voters and online ads.
The senator's bill would have removed the chain of command from prosecuting sexual assaults.
Paul Tencher replaces Julie Petrick, as the Michigan Senate race looms large.
POLITICO Influence: The bipartisan lobbying firm will represent NaphCare, News Corp and Symbiomix.
The head of U.S. Central Command says the Afghan National Security Forces would weaken quickly.
His speech focuses primarily on foreign affairs and notably did not mention immigration.
From the headlines, it would seem as though the burgeoning cryptocurrency were about to implode.
The administration has already suspended military-to-military ties with Russia.
Louisiana's governor says it's time to revisit the idea that the president is a "smart man."
"We have to stop letting the media define who we are and what we stand for," he says.
Says nothing he can do to stem flow of deportations.
He is the least popular senator in the country of those surveyed by Public Policy Polling.