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- Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel: If you want to pay more for your doctor, you can under Obamacare
- Sen. Rand Paul: ‘I am seriously thinking about’ running for president in 2016
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Latest Jim Webb Items
The Democratic National Committee formally tapped Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz as its new chairwoman Wednesday, opening a new chapter in the party's history as it looks to regain some of the footing lost to Republicans in last year's election.
Rochelle Webb interview, Part 2; D.C. first to get Internet gambling; Guilty plea in AU murder case; Allen's fundraising beats Radtke's; Va. redistricting on hold for Easter; O'Malley: Assembly lawmakers 'choked'
As fundraising heavyweight George Allen powers toward the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate, one of his long-shot opponents says she is meeting the more modest fundraising benchmarks achieved by the man who defeated Mr. Allen six years ago.
While Republican George Allen is hammering Washington spending as he campaigns for the U.S. Senate seat in Virginia, Democrat Tim Kaine is mounting the lectern and taking a pointer in hand.
Kaine announces Senate bid; Va. House advances redistricting plan; Hearing today in slaying of Redskins' Taylor; Audit finds irregularities in Brown campaign; Surprise turn in Md. bill for life-sentencing parole, Md. House considers tuition breaks for illegal immigrants
Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine announced on Tuesday a campaign for the U.S. Senate that promises to break spending records, become fiercely competitive and capture national attention.
George Allen is beckoning to newly energized anti-establishment, fiscal-hawk activists with one hand while gripping a beefy political resume in the other as he embarks on a campaign to recapture the Republican nod for the U.S. Senate seat he lost five years ago.
Millions of retired and disabled people in the United States had better brace for another year with no increase in Social Security payments.
Former Virginia Gov. L. Douglas Wilder isn't wild about Tim Kaine's chances in the upcoming race for the U.S. Senate seat of retiring Democrat Sen. Jim Webb.