Politics

U.S. Chamber Pumps Cash Into Arizona Primary

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is stepping in to help a candidate preferred by the GOP establishment in one of the most competitive House districts in the country.


Nixon Won't Seek Removal of Ferguson Prosecutor

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon said he won't try to remove the St. Louis County prosecutor overseeing the investigation into the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, despite deep connections to the police community.


Islamic Militant in James Foley Beheading Video May Be English

The masked militant in the grisly video showing the beheading of American journalist James Foley speaks fluent English with what a Lancaster University linguist said sounds like a London accent.


Eric Holder Bringing Civil Rights Reminders to Ferguson

Eric Holder talks about the nation's civil rights struggles in a way no previous U.S. attorney general could by telling his own family story.


RNC Chair Says GOP Needs Full-time Minority Outreach

RNC Chairman Reince Preibus says an effort by Republicans to send hundreds of party workers into minority communities across the country will continue long after this year's midterm elections are over.


Missouri Senators Back Fed Investigation in Ferguson

Missouri's two senators back a federal role in the investigation of the shooting death of Michael Brown, but differ in emphasis.


Californians Like Their Health Care Exchange, Not So Keen on Prices

Californians like their state's version of the Affordable Care Act, but some are having a hard time paying the premiums, a new Field Poll finds.


Ferguson Police 'Come Under Fire,' Make 31 Arrests

Police say they came under "heavy gunfire" and 31 people were arrested during protests in Ferguson, Mo., that were sparked by the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager by a white policeman.


Kurds Retake Key Iraq Dam After Airstrikes

Iraqi and Kurdish forces recaptured Iraq's largest dam from Islamic militants following dozens of U.S. airstrikes, in the first major defeat for the Islamic State in Iraq.


GOP Knocks Tea Party Out of Primaries

Republicans got their candidates in a half-dozen House primaries as establishment conservatives knocked out far-right candidates, improving the party's chances of increasing its majority in November.


Former Rivera Associate Pleads Guilty

A onetime close associate of former U.S. Rep. David Rivera has pleaded guilty to four charges in a long-running campaign finance investigation that also implicates Rivera.


Amanda Curtis Gets Only $2,000 From Walsh Funds

Sen. John Walsh is distributing nearly $180,000 of his leftover campaign funds to other Democratic candidates and state party groups, but federal rules allowed him to give only $2,000 to the candidate who replaces him.


Police, Protesters Clash Again in Ferguson

The National Guard kept its distance from the streets where protesters clashed again with police in Ferguson, Mo., as clouds of tear gas and smoke hung over the St. Louis suburb where Michael Brown was fatally shot by a police officer.


Rick Perry Indictment Is a Conspiracy: Tom Delay

Tom DeLay came to the defense of Texas Gov. Rick Perry, calling the criminal indictment a "conspiracy" likely engineered by Washington Democrats.


Mike Brown Death Timeline

A timeline of key events following the fatal police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Mo.


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