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McConnell Unveils Stopgap Spending Bill, Anti-Zika Funds
The Senate's top Republican has unveiled legislation to prevent a government shutdown next weekend and provide more than $1 billion to battle the Zika virus
6 Senators Urge Obama to Prioritize Cybersecurity at G20
Six senators have sent President Obama a letter urging him to make cybersecurity a priority at this weekend’s G20 Summit in China. The senators, who are all Democrats, cited the theft of $81 million from the Central Bank of Bangladesh by hackers in February as well as other attacks as giving
Uber Driver Accused of Killing 6 in 3 Separate Shootings in Kalamazoo, Michigan
A 45-year-old Uber driver was arrested today after he allegedly opened fire in three locations in Kalamazoo, Michigan, killing six people and injuring two others in what police called "completely random acts of violence." Jason Dalton, of Kalamazoo, is first accused of shooting a woman in a
Hillary Clinton Campaign Leans Heavily on Feminism to Make Case Against Bernie Sanders
In the closing days before Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary, Hillary Clinton has been leaning heavily on feminism to make a case against her opponent Bernie Sanders . On Sunday, Bill Clinton unleashed a tirade aimed at people who he alleges are Sanders supporters who he said are making “vicious” and
Elizabeth Warren Only Female Democratic Senator Missing From Hillary Clinton Endorsement Event
One by one tonight, 13 female Democratic senators took the stage inside the packed ballroom at the Hyatt Regency in Washington, DC to raise money and announce their support for Hillary Clinton . But it was the person missing from the group who stood out most. Elizabeth Warren , the progressive
Senate Democrats Urge Republicans to Confirm Attorney General Nomination
NY Sen. Chuck Schumer says GOP doesn't need to hold up Loretta Lynch confirmation while the Senate debates human trafficking legislation.
Obama to Tell Congress Lifting Cuba Embargo Is the Right Thing to Do
President Obama will tell members of Congress at tonight’s State of the Union he has done all he can do to normalize relations with Cuba and only they can lift the 50-year-old embargo, sources told ABC news. The president will say it’s the right thing to do and will make his case again to the
Sen. Orrin Hatch Shares His Passion for Writing Love Songs
The No. 2 Republican in the Senate discusses his unexpected side gig: song-writer.
Sen. Hatch: Obama's 'pitiful presidency' will help GOP win the White House in 2016
The president pro tempore on 2016, creating a more functional Senate, and his love for song-writing
Elizabeth Warren Rouses Emily's List, But They Talk About Hillary
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren lit up a crowd of Democratic activists and donors today speaking at a fundraiser for a powerful group that backs women candidates, just across town at the same time Hillary Clinton kicked off the Clinton Foundation’s annual Clinton Global Initiative ...