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Sunday Talk Preview: Cuba, Sony Hack

Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida makes the rounds this Sunday to discuss the U.S.'s move to restore diplomatic ties with Cuba. The hacking attack of Sony Pictures ...

4:59 PM ET WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

In a Break From Partisan Rancor, Ohio Moves to Make Elections More Competitive

The Ohio House gave final approval last week to a plan to draw voting districts for the General Assembly using a bipartisan process intended to make elections ...

2:54 PM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Not every GI is a Joe! VA works to help growing number of female veterans

“Not every GI is a Joe.” “Please, don’t call me Mister” These are the titles of a series of posters that the Department of Veterans Affairs has put up across ...

2:32 PM ET FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Op-Ed Columnist: Who’s Playing Marbles Now?

There was a lot of Putin envy going around earlier this year. Oh how things have changed.

2:30 PM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Op-Ed Columnist: North Korea and the Speech Police

Sony’s self-censorship isn’t really so surprising in an era of hypersensitive political correctness.

2:30 PM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

President Obama, Sen. Rubio headline Sunday news shows

The president will be interviewed by CNN's Candy Crowley on her last Sunday show.         

12:16 PM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Inside the push to draft Ben Carson for president

John Philip Sousa IV has a mission: Convince a retired neurosurgeon with no political experience to run for President -- and then help him win.

10:16 AM ET CNN POLITICS

Common Core divides GOP's potential 2016 field

Jeb Bush's potential presidential bid highlights a key dividing issue for the GOP.         

9:00 AM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Obama makes 2015 federal pay raise official

Federal employees covered by the General Schedule and members of the military, among other feds, will get a 1 percent pay raise in January. Late Friday, ...

3:00 AM ET FEDERAL NEWS RADIO

Now at CNN, Jay Carney Sees Keystone Decision Differently

Now on CNN, Jay Carney spoke about Keystone in different terms than he did when he was President Obama's top spokesman.

December 19 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)