Politics

Lingerie, Partisanship Mark Fla. House Race

Republicans who flipped a Democratic seat in Congress in 2010 could now lose it in part because of a snarky comment about a lingerie party.


Ferguson Watch: Grand Jury Delaying Till After Elections

In the wake of the Ferguson Report, Anonymous offshoot Operation Ferguson issued a series of tweets claiming to confirm Darren Wilson will not be indicted by a grand jury for shooting Mike Brown.


FBI May Have Found 'Second Snowden'

A suspect under investigation allegedly passed information regarding the U.S. government's terrorist watch list to The Intercept, a news website associated with Snowden.


Landrieu Doubles Down on Obamacare

U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu has doubled down on her support for the federal health care law even as polls show the revamp remains unpopular in Louisiana.


Roberts Picks up Tea Party Endorsement

A national tea party group has endorsed U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts' re-election in Kansas after previously supporting his opponent in the Republican primary.


Calif. Gears up for Fight Over Medical Malpractice Caps

Proposition 46 would also mandate random drug and alcohol testing of doctors and require health care practitioners to check a state database before prescribing certain drugs.


North Korea May Be Working on Sea-based Missiles

North Korea is still likely years away from fielding such missiles, but the finding will add to concern over its weapons development.


Biden, Clinton, Obama Stump for Dems

Obama heads to Wisconsin to attend a rally for Mary Burke, the Democrat trying to oust Republican Gov. Scott Walker, while Biden and Clinton concentrate on Senate races.


Dems Have High Hopes for Early Voting

Registered Democrats have out-voted Republicans by double-digit margins among ballots cast early in two bitter southern Senate races.


Marines Leave Afghanistan, War Over

The Marines' handover of Camp Leatherneck to the Afghans is more than a signal that America's longest war is ending.


Voters Can Send Tea Party Packing: Biden

Vice President Joe Biden said Monday that keeping Democratic control of the chamber would "break the back of the hard right" and ease gridlock in Washington.


Cuba Builds First Church in 55 Years

The church is being funded by donations from Catholics in Tampa, Fla., and will be built in the western province of Pinar del Rio.


Obama Hopes to Give Walker the Boot

President Obama is making a rare appearance on the campaign trail just one week before Election Day in an effort to help a Democratic challenger oust Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker from office.


Jeb Bush 'Moving Forward' on 2016 Bid

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is "moving forward" on a potential 2016 White House run, according to his son George P. Bush.


Miami's Mayor Gimenez May Bolt GOP

On Monday, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez strongly hinted he was thinking of dropping GOP registration in order to run for reelection as an independent.


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