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A commemorative tweet creates a firestorm of backlash.
Ohio governor pokes fun at University of Michigan by doing away with "M" in alphabet for a day.
Josh Romney tweeted he "lifted 4 people to safety" after car crashed into a house in Utah.
Merchandise touting Elizabeth Warren, Hillary Rodham Clinton are among the items on sale.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry's tour of key presidential states continues next week with S.C. visit.
Ex-GOP presidential hopeful says 'stay tuned' after announcing end of syndicated program.
House Speaker John Boehner boasts to Time magazine he makes "the best turkey brine around."
Mary Cheney helps Freedom Indiana raise money to fight proposed gay marriage ban.
Sen. Lamar Alexander threatens bill to block FCC from lifting ban on cell calls on planes.
Va. state Sen. Creigh Deeds talks emotionally about son's suicide after violent attack.
New York's governor is 'People' magazine's sexiest 55-year-old man alive.
Beverly Hills event was part of President Obama's three-day visit to the West Coast
Washington congresswoman is first to give birth three times while in Congress
Measure would stop six-figure payments to spouses of lawmakers who die in office.
A New York lawyer is on the 2014 ballot vs. Sen. Mark Begich, D-Alaska.
Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., talks about Web TV show inspired by his Capitol Hill housing.
Ex-congresswoman and gun control advocate renames PAC to stress emphasis on responsibility.
Ex-congressman says Sen. Elizabeth Warren would be contender if Hillary Clinton doesn't run.
The American League of Lobbyists drops the "L" word to signal wider range of professionals.
Rep. Dan Maffei, D-N.Y., sides with Oneida Indian Nation over pro football team's name.