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Democrats Seize on McConnell Shutdown Threat
Democrats are firing back at Mitch McConnell's suggestion that Republicans, if they win control of the Senate, would possibly threaten to shutdown the government
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Paul Ryan Seeks to Hone Image in New Memoir
Rep. Paul Ryan is seeking to distance himself from last year’s government shutdown and counter his image as an unsympathetic budget negotiator.
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Obama: Killing of James Foley 'Shocks the Conscience'
President Obama reacts to the murder of American journalist James Foley by ISIS.
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Rick Perry Turns Himself in for Felony Charges
Texas Gov. Rick Perry defiantly told supporters "we will prevail" before turning himself in to authorities on Tuesday.
Gov. Rick Perry Booked on Two Felony Counts
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President Bush Accepts the Ice Bucket Challenge
The former president accepted the challenge from daughter Jenna Bush Hager, getting doused in ice water by none other than his wife, Laura.
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Tea Party Favorite Defeated in Alaska GOP Primary
Former state Attorney General Dan Sullivan won Alaska's GOP primary to become his party's candidate to take on U.S. Sen. Mark Begich in the fall.
Rick Perry on Corruption Charges: 'We Will Prevail!'
Before turning himself into local authorities, Texas Gov. Rick Perry called the corruption charges against him an injustice and attack on the rule of law.
Senator Takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, calls on Senators Ted Cruz, Tim Kaine and Jeff Flake to complete the Ice Bucket Challenge.
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Three Republicans Vying to Take on Begich in Alaska
Alaska Republicans on Tuesday will choose between three GOP challengers vying to take on Democratic Sen. Mark Begich.
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Immigrant Backers to Obama: 'Go Big and Bold'
About 15 events, including one in Washington, D.C., are planned by immigration advocates still demanding deportation relief from the president.
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Falling Stars: Top GOP Hopefuls Embroiled in Scandal
GOP governors, once considered among the party’s best hopes for taking back the White House, have suffered significant setbacks in recent months.
2 Dan Sullivans Run For Office, Sowing Confusion
Can Another Young Latino Mayor Go To Washington?
California's House District 31 is a pick-up opportunity for Democrats and young Latino Mayor Pete Aguilar hopes to be the one to snatch it.
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Obama: 'No Doubt' U.S. Will Continue Fight Against ISIS
President Obama talks about U.S. military efforts in Iraq against ISIS.
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Iraqis Retake Key Dam after U.S. Strikes
Iraqi and Kurdish forces have retaken a strategically important dam near Mosul on Monday after two days of airstrikes.
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Ron Paul Defends Rick Perry Against Indictment
One of Rick Perry's usual critics came to his defense on Monday, calling the indictment against the governor a "joke."
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Clintons to Head to Iowa Next Month
In case you wanted even more evidence that Hillary Clinton is more than eyeing a 2016 presidential run: She is heading to Iowa next month.
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Vermont Senator who split with GOP Dies at 80
Former Vermont Sen. James Jeffords, who gave Democrats control of the Senate by leaving the Republican party in 2001, died Monday.
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The Truth About Perry? He Was Already a Very Long Shot
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Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s indictment Friday on abuse of power charges will complicate his plans for a presidential run in 2016. But in reality, he was already a very long shot.
Obama Holding Top-Level Meetings on Ferguson and Iraq
President Obama interrupted his Martha’s Vineyard vacation and returned to the White House to hold meetings on the situations in Ferguson, Missouri and Iraq.
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McDonnell's Defense Due to Kick Off
The jury will hear the first defense witnesses Monday as the trial of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife enters its fourth week.
Perry Charges Come Amid Image Makeover
The Texas governor battles a grand jury indictment on abuse of power charges as he’s positioning himself for a White House run. NBC’s White House correspondent Peter Alexander reports.
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Off the Island: Obama Takes Rare Break From Vacation
In a rare move for him, President Barack Obama planned a break in the middle of his Martha's Vineyard vacation to return to Washington on Sunday.
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