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Tom Cotton: Everything You Need to Know
Name: Thomas Bryant Cotton Party: Republican Date of Birth: May 13, 1977 Age: 39 What He Does Now: U.S. senator from Arkansas What He Used to Do: Served in U.S. House from 2013 to 2014. Worked at McKinsey & Company management consulting firm. Previously, Cotton was inspired by the 9/11 attacks to
Tyler Drumheller Was the Man Behind Hillary Clinton's Private Libya Intel, Sources Say
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had access to the world’s top intelligence agencies and their resources, but at the most turbulent moment of her tenure as the nation’s top diplomat, she received a stream of intelligence on Libya and the Benghazi attack by a former CIA official working
'This Week' Transcript: Former CIA Director Michael Hayden
Below is the rush transcript of "This Week" on December 14, 2014. It may contain errors. ANNOUNCER: Now on ABC This Week. Developing this morning, stunner in the skies: a Russian military plane narrowly avoids a collision with a passenger jet. What has officials so alarmed? The CIA and torture:
Here’s What Retiring Lawmakers Will Miss Most About Congress
As the 113th Congress draws to a close, departing lawmakers have taken to the floor of the House and Senate to say goodbye. These farewell addresses, a tradition on Capitol Hill at the end of each two-year session, are a chance for soon-to-be former elected officials to give thanks, reflect on
ICYMI: What Happened on Election Night?
OK, let’s review. For those not paying attention to the midterm elections, they happened Tuesday and the Republicans, aka the GOP, did really well, right? SW: Yes, really well. Call it a shellacking, thumping, a wave, whatever you want. It was a great night for...
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES IT ENDED WHERE IT BEGAN – and at several key check-in points along the way. ABC’s RICK KLEIN: The breadth of Democratic losses last night was staggering. Anti-incumbent sentiments solidified into an anti-Democratic wave, perhaps as big a wave as...
A Fresh Blast of Discontent Reshapes the Political Order
A fresh blast of public discontent reshaped American politics yet again in the 2014 midterm elections, handing the Republican Party control of the Senate and its largest house majority in 86 years. Its source: Seemingly unending economic woe – and the political discord it fuels....
Senate Elections 2014: Republicans Seize Control of the Senate
Republicans handed a major defeat to President Obama and Senate Democrats on Tuesday night when they seized control of the Senate by flipping at least seven seats from the Democratic to the GOP column. Republicans secured victory in seven states where Democrats currently hold seats -– Arkansas,
Midterm Elections 2014: How Clinton-Backed Candidates Fared
Normally, it's the president and first lady who are making the campaign rounds during the lead up to a Midterm Election . This year, it was a former president and former first lady taking on the role of party elders. Bill and Hillary Clinton were aggressive campaigners for Democratic candidates
Dems Chance at Senate Control Fades With Colorado Projection
Republican Gardner is projected to take Colorado Senate seat away from Incumbent Democrat Udall.