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A new TV ad from a super PAC that backs Democratic Sen. Mark Begich is taking an unusual approach toward Obamacare -- it's embracing it .
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President Obama's approval rating has ticked up but still weighs down Democrats.
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The Obama administration says it is indefinitely extending its long-awaited review of the Keystone XL pipeline - providing a Good Friday jolt to one of the president's most wrenching environmental decisions.
Subsistence fishermen Fred Huntington of Galena asks a question during a Yukon River fisheries pre-season planning meeting on April 8 in the Binkley Room at Pike's Waterfront Lodge in Fairbanks.
President Barack Obama's full-throated defense of his health care overhaul seems perfectly timed for Democrats who want their party to embrace the law more enthusiastically.
We often refer to super PACs as "outside groups" because of their external influence on campaigns and laws barring them from coordinating with candidates they try to get elected.
Miller was thrust into the national spotlight in 2010, when he upset Sen. Lisa Murkowski in the GOP primary last year.
Millions of Americans e-filed their income taxes Tuesday, but when senators submitted required reports about their campaign fundraising and expenses, most ignored computers in favor of paper.
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. BOISE - A Brooklyn, N.Y. attorney who's never been to Idaho is not only running again for a U.S. Senate seat from the state, after doing the same four years ago - he's also running for Senate seats in Alaska and Oregon this year.
In this March 6, 2013 file photo, Sen. Mark Begich, D-Alaska speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington.
In advertisements to support Sen. Mark Begich , Alaska-based super PAC Put Alaska First has questioned the home-state credentials of the one-term senator's opponents and critics.
FEC deadline passes: Q1's winners and losers - Five key money takeaways - Milton Wolf's first ad talks up bio, hits Roberts - Sneak peek of Mike Pence's Berlin speech The following newsletter is an abridged version of Campaign Pro's Morning Score.
Tuesday wasn't just the deadline to file your taxes. It was also the deadline for congressional candidates to file their fundraising totals from the first three months of 2014 with the Federal Election Commission.
For years, the conventional wisdom in Washington has been that President Barack Obama will approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline - reasoning that the political upside of embracing the North American energy boom will outweigh outrage from environmentalists.
It's Tax Day, and a small number of wealthy Americans have something to celebrate: They are done paying Social Security taxes for the year.
April 15, 2014 - U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer today announced his "Fluke Fairness Act," will be included in a major bipartisan proposal to reauthorize the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act, the federal law that governs the nation's fisheries.