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Republican New Hampshire Senate candidate Scott Brown said Monday "there is no appetite" for impeaching President Barack Obama and that talk of it is just an effort to change the subject from the president's failed policies.
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Scott Brown , the former Massachusetts senator who took his political aspirations to New Hampshire for a new run at Congress, is not faring as well as hoped, as numerous polls paint his Democratic challenger with a healthy lead.
An unlikely alliance of liberal intellectuals, big donors and Republican strategists has hit on a solution to the influence of big money in politics: even more money.
The campaign of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley is criticizing rival Steve Grossman after a super PAC launched an ad attacking Coakley for her opposition to Gov. Deval Patrick's proposal to limit individuals to one gun purchase per month.
What will congressional Republicans do if President Obama takes executive action to defer deportation for millions more illegal aliens? "Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace asked Rep. Steve Scalise that question on Sunday.
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Scott Brown's campaign wasted no time running as far as possible from a man they once listed as a supporter of the New Hampshire Republican candidate for US Senate.
Scott Brown's much anticipated Granite State brawl with Sen. Jeanne Shaheen has turned out to be more of a Granite State bust.
President Obama's plan to transform the U.S. health care market is once again in trouble.
I saw the first 2012 presidential debate at the Lakewood Ranch Town Hall here, at a watch party organized by fellow Democrats.
Freshman Rep. Curt Clawson tried to question two American government officials as if they were representatives of the Indian government, though both had already been introduced by their respective titles at the start of the hearing.
Saturday, 7:15 a.m., Political Scoop : My guest this week is former Hewlett Packard CEO and former California U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina.
As readers of the Internet's many explainer sites know , yesterday two Republican-appointed judges on the D.C. Circuit ruled that language in the Affordable Care Act limited subsidies to the participants in state health care exchanges.
Sen. John Walsh probably isn't returning to Congress in 2015. That was true this morning, and it's even more true now that we know he apparently plagiarized a significant portion of his master's thesis less than a decade ago.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 09:32 am
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