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Senate Dems Vow Override of Supreme Court on Contraception

Senate Democrats say they'll advance legislation to override the Supreme Court's ruling allowing some companies with religious objections to avoid the contraceptives requirement in the federal health-care law.


Obama Seeks $3.7 Billion to Deal With Migrant Kids

President Obama on Tuesday asked Congress for $3.7 billion more to deal with the humanitarian crisis created by an influx of undocumented Central American children in the Southwestern states.


Sen. Menendez Wants Federal Probe of Cuba Role

New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez is asking the Justice Department to investigate whether the Cuban government promoted a federal probe of him.


Few Migrant Kids Will Stay in U.S., White House Says

The White House said most unaccompanied children arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border are unlikely to qualify for humanitarian relief that would prevent them from being sent back from their home countries.


Crist Calls for End of Cuba Embargo

When Charlie Crist went to Miami's Little Havana recently, the Democratic candidate for governor said what few politicians have in decades of scrounging for votes in the Cuban-American neighborhood.


U.N. Pushes for Migrants to Be Declared Refugees

U.N. officials are pushing for Central Americans fleeing armed conflict to be treated as refugees, in an attempt to pressure the U.S. and Mexico to accept tens of thousands of people currently ineligible for asylum.


Cleveland Wins Bid to host Republican Convention in 2016

Cleveland won the backing of a Republican National Committee panel on Tuesday, beating out Dallas to host the 2016 RNC Convention


Obama Calls Immigration Meeting in Texas

President Obama will discuss the crisis at the border with faith leaders and local officials in Texas Wednesday.


Holder Urges Stronger Antiterror Laws in Europe

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder called on European nations Tuesday to take a more aggressive stance against the threat posed by the thousands of Westerners who have traveled to Syria to join the fighting there.


German Leader: U.S. Spy Reports Serious if True

If charges a German intelligence employee spied for the U.S., German Chancellor Angela Merkel says it would be a 'clear contradiction' of trust.


Obama Signs Intelligence Bill into Law

President Barack Obama has signed into law legislation that authorizes spending of $564 million over five years for the U.S. intelligence community and expands protections for intelligence agency whistleblowers against retaliation.


White House: Most Kids at Border Won't Stay in U.S.

The White House says most unaccompanied children won't qualify for humanitarian relief, so they can be returned to their home countries.


Democrats Call on House GOP to Back Bank

Democrats are fighting for a little-known banking agency that helps finance U.S. exports from a group of Republicans who would like it closed.


Sentencing Nears for Former New Orleans Mayor

Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin will be sentenced this week in federal court for bribery, money laundering and fraud.


Susana Martinez Has No Plans to Join Email Lawsuit

New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez has no plans to join a lawsuit of emails stolen from her 2010 campaign website domain.


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