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A look at where Senate Democrats stand on the Iran deal

A look at where Senate Democrats stand on the Iran deal Congress will vote this month on a resolution to disapprove of the White House-backed nuclear deal struck with Iran by the U.S., Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany. TheShow More Summary

Ethics panel investigating Rep. Honda

The panel is investigating the California Democrat after the independent Office of Congressional Ethics looked into charges that Honda's staff prepared campaign materials and may have used an office-sponsored roundtable event with a State Department official to boost Honda's political support and perhaps raise campaign cash.

5 Chinese Ships Seen Off Alaska Coast

Five Chinese naval ships are currently positioned in the Bering Sea off the coast of Alaska, U.S. officials confirm. It is believed to be the first time Chinese military vessels have been seen operating in the area. They were seen not...Show More Summary

Rauner knocks down Madigan's wizard status

Such is the reputation for political wizardry of Democratic Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan that I half expected him to rise just before a critical floor vote Wednesday evening, unfurl a cape, wave it about dramatically and produce from behind it, seemingly out of thin air, wayward Rep....

Planned Parenthood secures $1 million in Obamacare grants

Cue the wing-nut outrage: The Obama administration on Wednesday awarded more than $1 million in grants to Planned Parenthood to help promote ObamaCare, a move that is drawing GOP criticism at a time when the healthcare provider is under congressional investigation. Rep. Show More Summary

Conservatives Outraged At New DC Program That Tries To End Homelessness Efficiently

Fox News broadcast misleading reports about a Washington, D.C. initiative to transition homeless families from emergency shelters to year-round housing, hyping the supposed cost to "taxpayers" and mocking the city for "indefinitely"Show More Summary

We already track some visitors “like FedEx packages.” It works terribly.

If Chris Christie had done even a little homework, he'd know that we already track many foreign nationals.

In Alaska, Obama becomes 1st president to enter the Arctic

KOTZEBUE, Alaska (AP) — President Barack Obama crossed the Arctic Circle on Wednesday in a first by a sitting U.S. president, telling residents in a far-flung Alaska village that their plight should be the world's wake-up call on global...Show More Summary

Ted Cruz on Kim Davis: 'Stop the persecution now'

We knew this was coming—Ted Cruz grandstanding, claiming that end times are upon America because a public official is being asked to do her job. “Those who are persecuting Kim Davis believe that Christians should not serve in public office. [...]Show More Summary

Thanks To Yoo, The President Doesn't Have To Tell Congress If Iran Gets A Nuke

What a difference twelve years makes. Remember when John Yoo helped the Bush/Cheney crime family start a war with Iraq based on deliberate misdirection and misinformation? Of course we look back upon that time with horror and disbelief that we could have ever been led down that road by our own White House. Show More Summary

Kim Davis’s Deputies Say They Were Too Afraid Of Her To Issue Licenses

So the clerks wanted to comply with the law but their boss wouldn't let them? (Remember, one of them was her son.) That's not imaginary oppression, that's actual oppression! Via Think Progress: In an interview with the Kentucky Trial...Show More Summary

Where Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton are a world apart

Vice President Joe Biden hasn't decided whether to run for president, but he tells almost everyone who asks that he's giving it serious thought.

Fox's Neil Cavuto Asks If Trump Is "Imitating The Likes Of John F. Kennedy" In Press Conferences

From the September 3 edition of Fox News' Your World with Neil Cavuto: Previously: Trump Has Now Shut Down Two Of The Most Well-Respected Hispanic Journalists At His Press Conferences Spanish-Language Media Condemn Trump's Ejection Of...Show More Summary

Texas challenges what little is left of the Voting Rights Act

Not one to be messed with, Texas is challenging what little is left of the Voting Rights Act.

President Obama Got Diddled By A Fish, Y’all

Some Presidents get shoes thrown at them. Some get salmon jizz thrown on their shoes Barack Obama visited the Alaskan fishing village of Dillingham Wednesday, where he sampled some salmon jerky, talked to the residents about climate change, and met an amorous salmon which jizzed all over his mukluks. Show More Summary

Kentucky's Rowan county clerks decide one martyr is enough, will issue marriage licenses

Kim Davis Five of Kim Davis's deputy clerks apparently do not want to join her in the pokey, where she is currently residing in contempt of court for refusing to do her job and issue marriage licenses. So the good people—all the good...Show More Summary

Anti-Clinton Author Robert Morrow Posted Bizarre Sexual Writings About Clintons, Wished Death On Hillary

Robert Morrow is the co-author of the forthcoming book The Clintons' War on Women with former top Donald Trump aide Roger Stone. Morrow has wished death on Hillary Clinton and been visited by the Secret Service; posted bizarre sexual...Show More Summary

Trump Signs GOP Loyalty Pledge

Republican front-runner Donald Trump announced at a press conference on Thursday that he signed the loyalty pledge Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus sought and will support the eventual Republican nominee if he doesn't win. Show More Summary

Donald Trump signs pledge, becomes GOP's anchor

The Republican Party has just signed Donald Trump to a long-term deal guaranteeing that America's most popular reality show - "Donald Trump's Presidential Campaign" - will continue indefinitely.

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