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- Boehner accuses Obama of ‘legacy of lawlessness’
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- LGBT adults still lean overwhelmingly toward Democratic Party
- Lawmakers rattled by Syria genocide horrors, call on Obama to act
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Topic - Mary Landrieu
Sen. Mary Landrieu said Wednesday that the escalating unrest in Iraq is more evidence that the United States should approve the Keystone XL pipeline.
Sen. John Barrasso said Monday that he expects a Senate energy committee will easily approve a bill this week to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline, but Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid will never let the measure get a vote in the Senate.
U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu traveled to a Louisiana coal-fired power plant Monday to highlight her opposition to President Barack Obama's regulatory plan to cut carbon dioxide pollution.
In an unusual move, the Louisiana Republican Party is endorsing congressman Bill Cassidy over other GOP challengers in the bid to unseat Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu.
The Louisiana GOP on Saturday made the unusual decision to endorse Rep. Bill Cassidy's campaign to unseat Sen. Mary Landrieu in the state's high-profile Senate race, saying he is the right man for the job and winning the seat is key to taking control of the upper chamber.
The U.S. Senate unanimously has confirmed Walt Green as U.S. Attorney for Louisiana's Middle District based in Baton Rouge.
Vulnerable Democratic senators in tight races are vowing to fix Obamacare, but a national ad campaign unveiled Tuesday by conservative groups calls those promises nothing more than lip service.
U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu is urging state senators to support a House-approved bill that would limit the use of Louisiana's coastal protection fund.
Sen. Mary Landrieu's re-election campaign launched a new ad Tuesday that relies on humorous banter between the incumbent Democrat and her well-known father, former New Orleans Mayor Maurice "Moon" Landrieu.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Rob Maness is on the airwaves in his bid to unseat Democrat Mary Landrieu.
Senate supporters of the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline conceded Thursday they lack the 60 votes necessary to pass legislation authorizing immediate construction of the project, but said they remain hopeful of prevailing.
Democrat Michelle Nunn happily notes that she'd be Georgia's first elected female senator.
In a struggle steeped in election-year politics, supporters of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline are seeking a swift Senate vote on legislation to approve construction of the project that environmentalists oppose strongly and the Obama administration has delayed indefinitely.
Sen. Mary Landrieu cried foul Tuesday over a Louisiana state Senate panel's decision last week to reject a measure that would have allowed state voters to say whether they want to expand Medicaid coverage under the health care law.
U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu has said her top priority as the new chairwoman of the Senate energy committee is working on efforts to steer more offshore oil and gas drilling money to Louisiana's treasury for coastal restoration efforts.
"I am not going to get in the middle of that debate. This is a state issue. They can decide what they want," she said when questioned about the bills.
"I understand how frustrated people are that live in south Louisiana and they have been seeing their communities literally wash away and they don't see any help on the way," she said.