Gov. Mike Pence told the Indy Star he still supports the legislation, but wants to ensure its “intent” is clear.
One of Silicon Valley’s biggest political donors hasn’t committed yet. Yes, in the past he’s poured millions into Rand Paul’s father’s campaigns — but he’s also written big checks for Ted Cruz.
“We learned today, from her attorney, Secretary Clinton unilaterally decided to wipe her server clean and permanently delete all emails from her personal server,” says Rep. Trey Gowdy.
“Michigan’s definition of marriage is based, as the public institution has been for millennia, on the fact that children are born only to opposite-sex couples,” lawyers for the state tell the justices. Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee lawyers also filed briefs defending similar bans on Friday.
The retiring Nevada senator and minority leader wielded incredible influence over the last decade — and helped tear up the rules.
The nonbinding vote isn’t expected to create new law — but it’s a notable insight into a party in flux as the Supreme Court considers making nationwide marriage equality a reality this summer.
“This letter shall serve as a demand upon you to cease use of the name ‘Mike Huckabee’ and the copyrighted logo in any internet domain name or website.”
The perfect time for a Lincoln reference: your farewell speech after resigning from Congress amid a scandal over reimbursement of miles not traveled on a Chevy Tahoe.
Aisha Moodie-Mills to take the helm at the Victory Fund and Institute. In an exclusive interview with BuzzFeed News, Moodie-Mills talks about working to bring change to the organization.
“If the president had stayed out of it in the first place, that statement may never have been made.”
“He must have been beaten up really bad on the playground. Really bad, I think,” Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy says of Bobby Jindal.
The Florida senator has introduced more than 20 amendments to Republican budget that frame big pieces of his foreign (more defense spending, pro-Israel) and domestic policy (school choice, an Obamacare change, middle-class economics) agenda.
Accidental reply-all: Buckley Carlson says mayor’s spokesperson has “extreme dick-fright” in email she received.
“…the tea party, these 80 to 100 folks from the hard right, none from New York, say they hate immigration, they hate immigrants.”
The man behind Clinton’s campaign fundraising will run a very different kind of operation from Clinton 2008 and Obama 2012. New names, no general election money upfront, and a tightly controlled structure that directly reports to him.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy says Democrats need to run on women’s economic issues (not just abortion) and the Affordable Care Act, even in red states.
The public-private partnership has taken on hundreds of cases and stopped 13 minors from getting deported as of February, according to data given exclusively to BuzzFeed News.
“She has agreed to join us for dinner.”
“I’m the only one that beats Hillary Clinton in certain purple states.”
Rafael Cruz is a pastor and a prolific speaker with a compelling story — who also has a history of saying incendiary things. A BuzzFeed News review.
While Ted Cruz announced his bid on Monday, Clinton was offering some of her most thorough (and progressive) policy remarks in recent months, surrounded by key Democratic stakeholders.
Three of the more liberal justices would have heard Lester Leroy Bower’s appeal: “[T]he error here is glaring, and its consequence may well be death.”
“There are legitimate questions about whether the deal that’s coalescing is a deal that should be made,” Rabbi Rick Jacobs said on the sidelines of a conference organized by the liberal pro-Israel advocacy group J Street.
Immigration activist leaders signed on to MoveOn.org’s “Run Warren Run” initiative calling for a credible challenge to Clinton. Other groups are said to be mulling signing on in the coming weeks.
Shut your poutine-hole and read some constitutional law, hosers!
Cruz laid it out very clearly on Monday morning: He is running to be the social conservative candidate — the kind a Christian college student body would vote for. The largely enthused crowd had a few pockets of dissent.
It’s budget week in America: an insanely busy week of political, unlikely-to-pass votes. Here’s your preview of 2016’s TV ads.
First, Mike Huckabee. Then the world.
After two decades together, Jim Obergefell and John Arthur married in 2013, as Arthur was dying from ALS. Ohio doesn’t recognize their marriage. Next month, the Supreme Court will decide if it must.