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2 hrs ago | Journal and Courier
Guest column: How much longer on immigration reform? Stakes in immigration debate are high; the risks of doing nothing have grave consequences.
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6 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Mike Dickinson, the Virginia liberal Democrat seeking the House seat currently held by Rep. Eric Cantor, R-Va., despite not being on the ballot, offered a $100,000 reward for nude photos and videos of Kendall Jones, the 19-year-old Texas Tech cheerleader who recently made news with a series of hunting photos on her Facebook page.
10 hrs ago | Roll Call
Woodall will head the influential Republican Study Committee for the rest of 113th Congress.
10 hrs ago | Salon
After losing the presidential election in 1960 and the California governor's race in 1962, Nixon famously told reporters : "You won't have Nixon to kick around anymore."
12 hrs ago | Dallas Morning News
In this June 19, 2014 photo, a 14-year-old Guatemalan girl traveling alone waits for a northbound freight train along with other Central American migrants, in Arriaga, Chiapas state, Mexico.
16 hrs ago | MarketWatch
Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio put on a dream act of his own late last month with a major policy speech that propels him to the forefront of a burgeoning reform conservative movement.
Underage Immigrants Flood US From Central America Over 52,000 illegal immigrant kids and 39,000 families have been apprehended this year alone, flooding into the US primarily from Central American countries of Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.
Sen. Thad Cochran literally got lost on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, The Hill reports .
This was to be the month Rep. Eric Cantor kicked off a three-state bus tour to showcase House Republicans ' election year agenda, with a focus on their plans for replacing Obamacare .
Voters in every Virginia congressional election in November will have a choice except for one: U.S. Rep. Bobby Scott is unopposed in his bid for a 12th term, according to the state Department of Elections.
Republican congressional candidate Dave Brat has replaced his campaign manager after just three weeks on the job, adding to growing pains for the political newcomer who toppled former majority leader Eric Cantor.
September's primary for the Republican nomination for governor pits Walt Havenstein, the party-picked guy and former CEO, against Andrew Hemingway, an upstart tea party activist and entrepreneur.
Reporters and commentators have been drawn to civil-war metaphors in describing the fight between the "establishment" and "tea party" wings of the Republican party for years now, and it has usually seemed overwrought.
Eric Cantor had just lost his job in astonishing fashion, and official Washington was trying to make sense of what happened.
The month has been a wild one for Virginia politics. The primary defeat of U.S. Rep. Eric Cantor was shocking; who would have ever thought that he was not conservative enough for Virginia? More troubling are the circumstances surrounding the resignation of a sitting Virginia legislator, Sen. Phillip Puckett.
He's an upstart Republican working his plain-spoken charm in a state chock-full of tea party support, accusing his well-known establishment opponent of running from his moderate record, ignoring his constituents' wishes and supporting amnesty for illegal immigrants.
The Virginia Republican's political operation has asked his House GOP colleagues to cut checks so he can refund his donors.
Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 08:38 pm
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