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Party Spurns US Senate Candidate Who Almost Won in 2010
Democrat Joe Sestak came tantalizingly close to winning a US Senate seat in Pennsylvania in the 2010 general election, and is hoping Tuesday to secure a rematch, but the party establishment wants nothing to do with him
The Latest: Cruz Shoots an Airball at 'Basketball Ring'
Ted Cruz's attempt to pander to basketball-crazy Indiana is backfiring on him after he referred to a hoop as a "basketball ring"
Pennsylvania Democrats Pick Establishment's Senate Candidate
Democrats in Pennsylvania have gone with their party establishment's choice for a U.S. Senate candidate and rejected an ex-congressman who six years ago nearly won the office
The Note: What Millennials Want
NOTABLES --2016 RACE SEES SURGE OF INTEREST AMONG MILLENNIAL WOMEN: The drama of this year's presidential election isn't lost on millennial women. In a national poll conducted by ABC News and Refinery 29 of women between the ages of 18 and 35, nearly half said that they were more interested in this
7 Potential Running Mates for Donald Trump
Donald Trump is not yet the Republican presidential nominee, and he may not end up winning the 1,237 delegates needed to secure the nomination before this summer’s GOP convention. If he doesn't, he may be ousted at the convention in favor of another contender. But, then again, he may end up being
Looming Battle Over Scalia Successor Becomes Democrats' Rallying Cry for Senate Control
Democrats are using Republicans' plans to block confirmation of President Obama's nominee to the Supreme Court as ammunition in their fight to win back the Senate this fall, raising the stakes of the political battle over the future of the Supreme Court. In addition to the tumult of the 2016
President Obama Announces Executive Action on Gun Control
An emotional president remembered the victims of recent mass shootings as he revealed new measures to reduce gun violence in the country.
The Note: A Second Look At The Benghazi Hearing
NOTABLES --HOW THE BENGHAZI COMMITTEE GAVE HILLARY A PRESIDENTIAL PLATFORM: The “get Hillary” committee did not get Hillary. The House Benghazi committee -- dubbed a “get Hillary” effort by Democrats who opposed its creation -- brought out precious little new information and no major political
Meet John Fetterman, The Tattooed, Head-Shaven Mayor Running for Senate
He’s not your typical United States Senate candidate. Standing 6-feet 8-inches tall with a shaved head, his arms inked with tattoos, at first glance, John Fetterman, the mayor of Braddock, Pennsylvania, looks more like a motorcycle club member on “Sons of Anarchy” than a potential Capitol Hill