“People who walked out of the room were totally in love.” When it comes to hawkish donors, the money race is still alive.
New Jersey senator to retain funds from indicted colleague’s PAC.
Ich bin ein Berliner. Update: The photos have been removed.
For two years, his top advisers have debated what the senator’s presidential coalition looks like — libertarians and evangelicals, or libertarians and big business. The decision still hasn’t been made.
The Kentucky senator is launching his presidential campaign Tuesday. Here are the best items from his new store.
But it’s not just her, either. The State Department doesn’t archive the texts that government aides send, and the federal records agency says they aren’t aware of any department that automatically collects them for record-keeping purposes.
Enthusiasm for Bush wasn’t super high on Facebook last week. And compared to other contenders like Walker and Rand, the sentiment for Bush has generally been lower all year.
“I learned a lot from my mistakes and have grown to become a successful adult,” Ravi Patel told BuzzFeed News.
Puerto Ricans will pass Cubans as the largest Latino group in Florida in the coming years. But will the issue of the island becoming the 51st state mobilize Puerto Ricans in the key swing state in 2016?
Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen’s campaign received $5,000 from her indicted colleague’s PAC.
The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust is calling on the Justice Department to investigate Sidney Blumenthal over whether he violated a federal law that requires individuals lobbying on behalf of a foreign interest to register with the attorney general.
Immigration and Social Security aren’t on there anymore.
The Florida senator spent a lot of time in the caucus state last year — but has only been once since November and has yet to announce a big hire.
And is asked about what would happen to a baker in Wisconsin who didn’t want to make a cake for a same-sex wedding.
“I won’t mince words, today is a difficult day, but it is far less difficult because I know I have done nothing wrong,” Bob Menendez says in his first message to his supporters, given to BuzzFeed News.
The move sets up a potential conflict with the Boy Scouts of America’s national policy. Noted lawyer David Boies is representing Pascal Tessier — and is ready to challenge any rejection of Tessier’s hire by the national organization.
“While I have no knowledge of the judicial matters at hand, I appreciate his bipartisan work on foreign relations issues and expect he will continue to play a constructive role,” Bob Corker says in a statement.
Sen. Robert Menendez has been the subject of a federal investigation stemming from his relationship with a campaign donor.
“Here’s an interesting, factoid, Tony.”
Update: Joint statement from 70 tech leaders comes in the midst of a national debate over religious liberty measures.
“They all fall into one great big mistake she made and it could be a violation of law, probably is a violation of law.”
The Indiana governor who is at the center of the debate surrounding the recently signed Religious Freedom Restoration Act in his state wrote some interesting op-eds 15 years ago.
Mary Bonauto, longtime marriage equality advocate, will argue for marriage equality. Douglas Hallward-Driemeier will argue in support of marriage recognition claims.
“This is what the social media has done in this country.”
From a pro-Castro student activist to anti-communist crusader.
Bush was a member of Barrick Gold’s international advisory board, whose mining subsidiary has settled claims of sexual assault and violence and recently was accused of bribery in Africa.