BuzzFeed News on the quiet collapse of a bipartisan response to Ferguson.
The U.S. House of Representatives, controlled by Republicans, approved the Keystone XL oil pipeline on Friday. The Democrat-led Senate will vote on Tuesday.
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Citing a case revealed by BuzzFeed News, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee said it’s “appalling” that a Drug Enforcement Administration agent created a fake Facebook page using a real woman’s name and photos — without her knowledge.
The 2016 presidential hopeful drew a not-so-subtle connection between himself and conservative icon Ronald Reagan.
“We’ve adopted ideas from people as diverse from Rand Paul to Elizabeth Warren.”
Roberts has spent nearly $1.3 million vs. $769,875 to fend off a Tea Party challenge.
The CIA admitted Thursday it hacked computers used by a Senate committee investigating the CIA.
The Carbon Tax lives!… till next week.
Because they’re clearly as crazy as each other.
Updated: Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into law on Sunday, Sept. 28 mandating that students on college campuses get consent before sexual activity.
Part of Senate Democrat Tom Harkin’s new Higher Education Affordability Act, released today. The measure could have an outsize impact on those with high levels of debt.
A tracker filmed him riding around in an SUV.
In a surprise move Thursday night, the House voted to limit spying on U.S. citizens and prohibit requiring “backdoor” access for products and services.
Obama’s controversial judicial nominee has lost the Senate Democrats and doesn’t have a lot of Republican friends either. “I promise you he’ll be there until the very end,” says a supporter.
“65,000 voters in a Republican primary should not decide the future of the country,” Sen. Dick Durbin says.
Michael Boggs tries to keep his personal opinions to himself at confirmation hearing.
Digging deep into the 1980s! When a Koch brother called Social Security a pyramid scheme.
Senate candidate Joni Ernst enters the Political Advertisement Hall Of Fame with her new video called, “Squeal.”
Friends Of The Earth: “We cannot understand why someone who served our country for so long as and for so well is now serving foreign oil interests.”
Former Marine Corps Commandant Jim Jones, the president’s first National Security Adviser, is testifying at a Senate hearing on the Keystone pipeline Thursday. But he’s not doing it at the request of Democrats.
Administration officials will post tweets about climate change while Senate Democrats stay up all night to talk about the issue.
Featuring perhaps the single happiest husky in the universe, a hilariously dead-on parody of Beyoncé’s “Drunk in Love,” and amazingly cool GoPro footage of an abandoned pelican’s first flight.
NARAL picked a fight with the White House over the nomination of Georgia Court of Appeals Judge Michael Boggs to the federal bench earlier this month. On Thursday the group announced a broad coalition of progressives are supporting it.
The best beard in Congress.
The daughter of the former vice president quit the race Monday, citing “serious health issues” in her family.
A top Democrat is ready to go on offense over economic inequality — if not to speak those words. “There’s no way [the GOP] can sort of escape it.”
The New York Democrat has discussed his bipartisan sanctions bill with top White House officials, including Denis McDonough, following administration promise to veto it.
The Republican National Committee is sending Democrats trophies commemorating PolitiFact’s “Lie Of The Year.”