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Clinton family's tangled finances face new criticism

CNN

Washington (CNN) Hillary Clinton is facing new criticism of her family's wealth and financial entanglements a week after she released financial records that omitted a company Bill Clinton has used as a conduit for his consulting work. The former president was ...

Nevada Rep. Dina Titus not running for Reid's Senate seat

Washington Times

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - Democratic U.S. Rep. Dina Titus announced Tuesday she will seek another term representing her Las Vegas-area district, ending speculation that she will challenge Nevada's former attorney general for Sen. Harry Reid's seat.

Governor vetoes bill to abolish Neb. death penalty

USA TODAY

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Gov. Pete Ricketts vetoed a bill Tuesday that would make Nebraska the first traditionally conservative state in more than four decades to abolish the death penalty, sending it back to lawmakers who will attempt an override. Nebraska ...

Bill would mandate 2000 feet between schools and abortion clinics

Anniston Star

MONTGOMERY — Abortion clinics wouldn't be allowed to operate within 2,000 feet of a school under a bill that passed the Alabama House of Representatives 79-15 Tuesday. The bill's sponsor, Rep. Ed Henry, R-Hartselle, said he wants to protect small ...

Inside the Beltway: Santorum: Room for one more

Washington Times

Then-New York Gov. George Pataki (right) is now poised to enter the GOP race for 2016, saying the party needs to veer away from social issues and concentrate more on fiscal responsibility and conservative principles. (associated press) more >. By - The ...

Don't Blame Trade for Slow Growth

Wall Street Journal

Amid the din of controversy over the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), there is wide agreement on one point: The North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) was a failure. Opponents of TPP charge that it is Nafta on steroids; proponents counter that it is not ...

California Assembly advances bills reacting to anti-gay plan

U-T San Diego

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The California Assembly on Tuesday approved legislation making it harder for citizens to propose extreme ballot initiatives following the outrage over a measure advocating the slayings of gay and lesbian people. The bills now ...

A moment of GOP candor on 'Obamacare'

MSNBC

In the political debate surrounding the King v. Burwell case at the Supreme Court, there are effectively two competing factions: those who acknowledge that the litigation is hopelessly insane, and those who know the case is hopelessly insane but pretend ...

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