Congressional Reporter, New York Times
Congressional reporter, The New York Times
nytimes.com — WASHINGTON - Senator Claire McCaskill, a Missouri Democrat and one of Barack Obama's first backers in the Senate in his bitter presidential primary fight against Hillary Rodham Clinton, threw her support on Tuesday to the political action committee pressing Mrs. Clinton to run for president.
rawstory.com — By Eric W. DolanMonday, June 17, 2013 23:57 EDT Like Raw Story on Facebook Representative Michael Burgess (R-TX) on Monday asserted that he witnessed male fetuses pleasuring themselves as early as 15-weeks after conception, RH Reality Check reported.
nytimes.com — WASHINGTON - Senator Jeff Sessions, an elfin Alabamian with a mischievous smile and a relentless approach to legislative battle, has a theory about the sweeping immigration bill pending in the Senate: It's as good as dead.
abcnews.go.com — The Alaska Department of Fish and Game says a black bear that mauled a man at a campground north of Anchorage won't likely threaten other people. Spokesman Ken Marsh told the Anchorage Daily News ( http://bit.ly/11sQbZW ) the bear was "pretty much goaded" into the attack Saturday...
washingtonpost.com — A rump caucus of renegade Republicans, backed by well-heeled outside conservative groups, are pushing to change internal House GOP rules to prohibit the party leadership from bringing legislation to the floor that does not have "majority-of-the-majority" support. The goal? Not to actually change the so-called "Hastert rule", named after the former Illinois House Speaker.
nytimes.com — WASHINGTON - Their relationship got off on an awful footing. In a Republican primary in his home state of Kentucky, Senator Mitch McConnell backed the establishment candidate in 2010, blinkered to the historic Tea Party wave that swept in the political newcomer Rand Paul.
talkingpointsmemo.com — Share this story on Facebook Email this story to a friend ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - The top official at the U.S. Military Academy improperly allowed subordinates to give driving lessons, didn't properly compensate those who worked at a charity dinner and misused his position to obtain cat care, according to a report from Pentagon investigators.
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