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Chafee to announce he is running for president

Lincoln Chafee will announce he is running for president next month, according to his spokeswoman Debbie Rich.

May 29 CNN POLITICS

First Draft: Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island to Announce Presidential Bid

Democrats are finally starting to line up to take on Hillary Rodham Clinton.

May 29 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Hastert lobbied against plans for statue honoring him

Illinois lawmakers had been pressing to erect a statue of former House Speaker Dennis Hastert this spring, until Hastert himself called around last month and ...

May 29 CNN POLITICS

The Demographic Case for Republicans to Take Up Immigration

Zoltan Hajnal: If Republicans do not woo more minority supporters, they stand little chance of winning the White House in 2016 and beyond. But Democrats' ...

May 29 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

White House says 'no justification' for violence ahead of Mohammed cartoon contest

White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Friday that there is "no justification" for violence at an anti-Islam rally in Phoenix Friday night.

May 29 CNN POLITICS

First Draft: Jeb Bush Assails Obama on Removing Cuba From Terror List

Former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida continued to take a hard line against normalizing relations with Cuba on Friday.

May 29 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Five questions: Congress and the Patriot Act

An explainer on the U.S. Senate's unusual Sunday session to debate expiring provisions of the USA Patriot Act.         

May 29 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Hastert Indictment Shocks His Associates on Capitol Hill

Friends and former colleagues of J. Dennis Hastert, the former House speaker, said they were struggling to make sense of federal charges against him.

May 29 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Obama protests short-term nature of highway bill

President will sign (another) short-term spending plan for roads and bridges.         

May 29 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Bill Clinton Writes Supporters to Defend Foundation

Former president Bill Clinton mounted a defense of the charitable foundation that bears his name on Friday, releasing a letter to supporters that sought to ...

May 29 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)