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Poll: Ky. voters nix WH, Senate bids for Rand Paul

Poll says 66% of voters don't want law changed so Rand Paul can run for two offices in 2016.         

11:45 AM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Dave McClure lands at cloud, cyber company as chief strategist

Former GSA official Dave McClure left government in June and now is an executive at the Veris Group.

11:30 AM ET FEDERAL NEWS RADIO

Midterm Calculus: You Lose, We Win: Consultants Profit Even When Candidates Underperform

Why the market for pollsters, strategists and other political experts doesn’t work.

11:22 AM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Beards in Prison Hold Next Religion Test for Supreme Court

Months after ruling on the Hobby Lobby case, the justices will hear arguments on whether Arkansas may prohibit Muslim inmates from having beards.

10:48 AM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Report: Rep. Sanford's ex-wife takes him to court again

WCSC-TV reports Rep. Mark Sanford's ex-wife wants him to undergo anger management classes.         

10:46 AM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Gauging Where ‘Smart’ Growth Is Greatest

Where in the country is most knowledge being created? The answers point to states with good prospects for at least high-tech growth.

10:27 AM ET WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Pay for Eric Cantor’s Wall Street Post: $3.4 Million

Eric Cantor's pay package totals $3.4 million for the remainder of this year through the end of calendar 2015.

10:25 AM ET WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Russia accused of misusing gas

10:22 AM ET FEDERAL NEWS RADIO

TSP funds rebound in August

All Thrift Savings Plan domestic funds recorded gains in August. In the most dramatic comeback, the S Fund ended August 4.98 percent higher than it began.

9:43 AM ET FEDERAL NEWS RADIO

DealBook: Moelis & Co. Hires Cantor, Ex-House Majority Leader, as Vice Chairman

Eric Cantor, who suffered a surprising electoral defeat this year, will be joining Moelis & Company as vice chairman and a director on its board.

9:05 AM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS