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- Secret base U.S. special forces used to train Libyans now under terrorist control: report
- 9th suspect in N.C. kidnapping turns self in to FBI
- L.A. sheriff admits to testing flyover spy program without notifying residents
- Foreign minister vows response if Russians are attacked in Ukraine
- Robert Griffin III to drive pace car before Richmond NASCAR race
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The Washington Times' political blog.
Sen. John McCain said Wednesday that the administration is slow-walking its own internal investigation into intelligence leaks by planning so many interviews that it could take months or even years to finish it — pushing it well past this year's elections.
President Obama plans to seize on a new report that shows presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney's tax plan would shift more of the tax burden onto the backs of lower-income earners and away from the rich.
A bipartisan group of five senators are calling for at least one presidential debate focused on how each candidate plans to get the country's fiscal house back in order.
Wisconsin U.S. Senate candidate and political newcomer Eric Hovde has overtaken former Gov. Tommy Thompson to seize a slight lead in their Republican primary race, according to two polls released Tuesday.
President Barack Obama leads Republican Mitt Romney by a significant margin in three key battleground states, according to a new Quinnipiac University/New York Times/CBS poll.
Newt Gingrich's deeply debt-ridden presidential campaign is getting a bailout from a national party committee.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has dealt with his share of bad news this summer, and on Tuesday there was more: He and his wife announced that they have separated.
The Service Employees International Union's (SEIU) political army is hitting the streets.
U.S. Senate candidate George Allen donned a state-of-the-art, heat-activated cooling vest and made his way around the offices of a small defense contractor in Northern Virginia Tuesday, highlighting an example of a business already being impacted by looming federal defense cuts that have fast become a political flashpoint.
This offer is sure to vex all the Obama campaigners who think they alone are on the cutting edge of voter outreach.
Two out of three self-identified Democrats now support gay marriage, suggesting that the Democrat National Committee’s expected decision to adopt gay marriage in its 2012 political platform is fully in line with its members’ views.
The White House and President Obama's campaign won't even say whether he approves of adding support for gay marriage to the party platform, but the Democratic National Committee — which is under Mr. Obama's control — is taking a victory lap anyway.
President Obama justified his negative campaigning this year with a reference to the nastiness of the race for the White House in 1800 before going on to joke about not having to hit up donors again — at least until fundraising for his presidential library begins.
Public confidence in the economy is at its lowest point in six months and most Americans think things are only getting worse, according to a poll released Tuesday.
Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren will speak at the Democratic National Convention, the Obama campaign announced Monday.
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