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3 hrs ago | Go Local
Cranston Mayor and Rhode Island Republican gubernatorial candidate Allan Fung announced today that he will be speaking at the upcoming Northeast Republican Leadership Conference in Nashua, NH on March 14-15.
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7 hrs ago | Washington Times
Gov. Bobby Jindal will likely have another chance soon to chip away at the membership of a flood control board that sued more than 90 oil and gas companies whose decades of work in delicate coastal areas is being blamed for erosion of wetlands that form a natural hurricane buffer for New Orleans.
11 hrs ago | WTMA-AM North Charleston
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie gave a rousing speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference Thursday, taking on President Obama while stressing his own conservative credentials.
11 hrs ago | The Washington Post
For all the heat he has taken this year both from the anti-immigration reform right and conservative wonks , Sen. Marco Rubio still delivers one heck of a speech .
13 hrs ago | Fox 23
U.S. President Barack Obama walks into the the Brady Press Briefing Room before making a statement about the ongoing crisis in Ukraine at the White House March 6, 2014 in Washington, DC.
14 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on Thursday evoked half-century-old images of school segregation, accusing Attorney General Eric Holder of attempting to "stand in the schoolhouse door" to stop minority and low-income students from attending charter schools.
17 hrs ago | CNN
With 20 U.S. states allowing medical marijuana, and others weighing its medicinal or recreational use, advocates of looser laws on weed appear to have the advantage.
18 hrs ago | The Advocate
The proposition that marijuana users commit 95 percent of violent crimes in this country is so clearly absurd that state Sen. Bob Kostelka, R-Monroe, was quick to claim he had been misquoted.
The town of Sorrento is having trouble collecting from its utility customers and from drivers who receive tickets issued from a now largely idled Police Department.
Now that the Mardi Gras parades are history, rumor has it that spring is floating about and turning the corner bringing warmer temperatures, soon.
Considering the passion Gov. Bobby Jindal devoted to his big speech on religious liberty earlier this month at the Ronald Reagan Library, you'd think he would have been all over the airwaves this week.
Former Bobby Jindal chief of staff Paul Rainwater said Wednesday he plans to open up a consulting and lobbying firm based on Baton Rouge.
The headline of a NBC preview of the U.S. Senate race in Arkansas by Kasie Hunt and Ben Mayer asks the right question: "Can a Democrat Still Be Elected in Arkansas?" The piece goes on to spend a lot of time talking about the individual pros and cons of incumbent Sen. Mark Pryor and GOP challenger Rep. Tom Cotton.
A north Louisiana state senator has filed an ethics complaint with the Louisiana Supreme Court against 19th Judicial District Judge Janice Clark.
The battles of past legislative sessions associated with the Jindal administration's failed push to overhaul the state employee pension system won't be fought again this year when the session opens Monday, March 10. Gov. Bobby Jindal has abandoned attempts to make state employees work longer for reduced benefits and to move to a 401 -style pension ... (more)
The Democrat, who has yet to announce his re-election plans, recently participated in a highly publicized, on-camera partisan feud outside the White House with Louisiana Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal over President Barack Obama's proposal to increase the federal minimum wage to $10.10 an hour.
The United Auto Workers union seems to be adopting what is increasingly becoming the tactic of choice on the left - silencing those who disagree with them.