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New Faces of Congress: Second Time’s a Charm for Martha McSally in Arizona

After a narrow loss in 2012, a rematch gives a Republican, who spent time as an Air Force fighter pilot, the seat once held by Gabrielle Giffords.

5:00 AM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Seattle mayor to ban city-funded travel to Indiana

As issue: Indiana's new "religious freedom" law.         

1:37 AM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Defense seeks to bolster military retirement benefits

New threats demand new incentives for troops, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter says.         

12:07 AM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Clinton Wants to Improve Ties With Israel

Hillary Rodham Clinton told a representative of a group of prominent Jewish leaders that she wanted to put the relationship between the United States and ...

March 29 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Ga. House panel cancels 'religious freedom' bill meeting

Cancellation comes as Indiana deals with blowback from bill signing.         

March 29 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Obama, Biden to honor Ted Kennedy at institute opening

Senators converge on Boston for opening of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute         

March 29 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Rubio planning mid-April announcement in Miami

Sen. Marco Rubio is planning a major announcement for mid-April in Miami, sources tell CNN, with that announcement likely to be the launch of his presidential ...

March 29 CNN POLITICS

An American Military Convoy in Europe Aims to Reassure Allies

Operation Dragoon Ride, consisting of 120 armored vehicles and more than 500 American troops, was envisioned as part public relations event, part training ...

March 29 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Legislators in Indiana May Clarify Beliefs Law

Gov. Mike Pence said he would seek legislation to clear up misunderstandings about the state’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act, denying that it gives license ...

March 29 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Missouri Candidate Picks Up Where She Left Off After Rival’s Suicide

Catherine Hanaway eased back into the race for governor a month after Tom Schweich, a candidate for the Republican nomination, committed suicide. Some close to ...

March 29 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS