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To some, Hillary Clinton seems like the odds-on favorite for America's first female president.
Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn took a page from Democrats when she wrongly claimed that "the White House [is] paying women 88 cents for every dollar that a guy earns in comparable positions."
It's a tune that is familiar in Washington: Facebook announces a new product or policy change, and privacy hawks fire back.
Jim DeMint, the conservative former U.S. senator from South Carolina, recently claimed that Wall Street routinely gives more money to Democrats than Republicans.
The American Farm Bureau Federation voiced support on April 9 for legislation in Congress that would give the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authority on the use and labeling of foods containing genetically modified ingredients.
Campaigners have condemned a group of Tennessee lawmakers they say are trying to derail a popular bill aimed at ending the cruel practice of soring.
Chris Hayes thinks that Republicans are admitting by their behavior that they are in trouble over Obamacare.
U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn speaks at the Freedom Summit at The Executive Court Banquet Facility April 12, 2014, in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn talked with Breitbart Editor-In-Chief Alex Marlow at last weekend's Freedom Summit in New Hampshire.
Plans for valuable wireless spectrum being considered by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission may not go far enough to encourage a new broadband competitor, said groups calling for open-access rules for part of the spectrum.
Yes, he's out of touch with the Republican base, out of shape on the campaign trail, and burdened by the disastrous presidency of his older brother , but Jeb Bush could win the Republican presidential nomination.
On Sunday, Rep. Marsha Blackburn sought to advance the GOP's rebranding effort among female voters by suggesting that Republicans have long "led the fight for women's equality."
Republican lawmakers said hearings on Sylvia Mathews Burwell's nomination as U.S. Health and Human Services secretary provide a fresh opening to raise questions about President Obama's health care law.
Something strange happened last weekend. At a recent conservative confab that attracted many top Republicans, no one railed against same-sex marriage.