Evangelicals crucial for GOP candidates as primary draws nearEvangelicals crucial for GOP candidates as primary draws nearYORK COUNTY, S.C. – Experts say evangelicals are going to be the vote to get in South Carolina.
- CHRIS CHRISTIE
Christie seeks US to cover $82M snowChristie seeks US to cover $82M snowThe request followed his decision Wednesday to end his bid for his party’s nomination
White House to nominate John B. King as Education SecretaryWhite House to nominate John B. King as Education SecretaryIn an apparent reversal, President Obama on Thursday said he would nominate John B. King as Secretary of Education after receiving commitments from lawmakers to give his nomination speedy consideration.
For Democrats, the path to the White House goes through TexasFor Democrats, the path to the White House goes through TexasVolunteers hit SA streets as the democratic presidential candidates compete for the state that may decide the primary
Stalking defendant says he wanted Paltrow to forgive himStalking defendant says he wanted Paltrow to forgive him LOS ANGELES — A man charged with stalking Gwyneth Paltrow told jurors Thursday that he kept writing to the actress in recent years because he wanted her forgiveness for sending her pornographic messages nearly 17 years ago.
Live: Clinton and Sanders face off in Milwaukee debateLive: Clinton and Sanders face off in Milwaukee debateTwo days after Sanders' resounding victory over Clinton in the New Hampshire primary, the Democratic candidates face off on the debate stage in Milwaukee.
Rancho Mirage road closures announced for Obama visitRancho Mirage road closures announced for Obama visitThree major Rancho Mirage roadways will be closed next week in preparation for President Barack Obama's visit to the Coachella Valley, according to the Riverside County Sheriff's Department.From 10 a.m. Sunday to 3 p.m.
Jon Ralston: Pressure's on in Nevada for candidates and stateJon Ralston: Pressure's on in Nevada for candidates and stateComing soon on the presidential circuit is a state that looks and feels like America.
- Robert Robb
Robb: Obama's spending like mad. And where is the GOP?Robb: Obama's spending like mad. And where is the GOP?Robert Robb: Reading President Obama's budget leaves me irritated ... at the Republican presidential candidates.
Military aircraft prepare for Obama's Palm Springs arrivalMilitary aircraft prepare for Obama's Palm Springs arrivalLess than 24 hours before President Barack Obama’s scheduled arrival in Palm Springs on Friday, military aircraft are arriving and staging at Palm Springs International Airport.
Lanny Davis: Look at the facts, not innuendoLanny Davis: Look at the facts, not innuendoClinton’s Senate record, and her public positions, consistently oppose Wall Street.
Obama appoints Judge Abdul Kallon to 11th CircuitObama appoints Judge Abdul Kallon to 11th CircuitThe nomination could set off a confirmation battle with the state's two Republican senators.
Deficits dig nation into deeper hole: #tellusatodayDeficits dig nation into deeper hole: #tellusatodayPresident Obama released his last federal budget proposal Tuesday.
Bush calls Trump radical at Florence meet-and-greetBush calls Trump radical at Florence meet-and-greetFLORENCE – Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush slammed GOP frontrunner Donald Trump at a campaign stop in Florence on Thursday afternoon, drawing comparisons to Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton and calling him too hotheaded to lead.
- Letters to the Editor
Why Trump is gaining supportWhy Trump is gaining supportRepublican presidential hopeful is promising to put an end to inane international trade agreements that take jobs away American workers.
- Letters to the Editor
Letter: Time for Mitch McConnell to retireLetter: Time for Mitch McConnell to retireA new Republican leader is needed the Senate.
Marco Rubio vs. Hillary Clinton: The Twitter burns were flyingMarco Rubio vs. Hillary Clinton: The Twitter burns were flyingThat line which ailed him hath become his salvation.
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Christie seeks federal relief for January snowstormChristie seeks federal relief for January snowstormGov. Chris Christie is asking the federal government for disaster assistance to help New Jersey pay for last month’s winter storm.
One View: Caucus with Democrats to continue Obama's progressOne View: Caucus with Democrats to continue Obama's progressThanks to President Barack Obama’s leadership over the past seven years, our country is finally back on track.
S.D. senators split on Internet access tax banS.D. senators split on Internet access tax ban Seven states, including South Dakota, have been collecting a combined $563 million yearly from Internet access taxes.
Christie seeks federal aid for Central Jersey blizzardChristie seeks federal aid for Central Jersey blizzardChristie is requesting snow assistance for 17 counties in New Jersey.
Bill Clinton to speak in MemphisBill Clinton to speak in MemphisBill Clinton is scheduled to speak at a high school on Thursday evening.
Boustany condemns Obama oil taxBoustany condemns Obama oil taxU.S. Rep. Charles Boustany minced no words when Treasury Secretary Jack Lew visited Capitol Hill on Thursday, condemning President Obama’s proposed $10-a-barrel oil tax “in the harshest terms.”