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Republicans Seek to Bridge Gap With Latinos in Colorado and Beyond

Both parties are planning an aggressive courtship of Latino voters for 2016, with Republicans trying to chip away at the Democrats’ hold on the bloc.

May 26 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Amtrak to monitor train operators with video cameras

Cameras on the train involved in a recent derailment monitored only the tracks ahead.         

May 26 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Electronic Medical Record Sharing Is Hurt by Business Rivalries

The Obama administration has spent billions on getting doctors and hospitals to computerize patient records, but not everyone is playing along.

May 26 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Amtrak to install inward-facing cameras in train cabs

Amtrak announced Tuesday that it will begin installing inward facing cameras aboard its locomotives, following the fatal crash of Amtrak 188 two weeks ago.

May 26 CNN POLITICS

Jackpot fatigue keeps lottery sales in slump for 18 states

New Jersey is counting on the revenue for its budget but having a problem.         

May 26 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Pataki launching presidential bid Thursday

Former New York Gov. George Pataki will officially launch his bid for president on Thursday, he told the New York Post this week.

May 26 CNN POLITICS

Obama pledges federal help for Texas flood victims

President speaks with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott.         

May 26 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Sanders: Clinton’s Money ‘Hustle’ Could Isolate Her From Reality

Sen. Bernie Sanders launched unvarnished attacks on the Clinton family wealth in an interview on CNBC,and said the network's financial industry viewers ought ...

May 26 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

First Draft: Ann Kirkpatrick to Challenge John McCain for Arizona Senate

Representative Ann Kirkpatrick enters the race as a likely underdog to Senator John McCain, the five-term Republican who is running for re-election.

May 26 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

First Draft: Jeb Bush Signals More Funding and Faster Drug Approval for Alzheimer’s

Jeb Bush gives strong hints that if he runs for president and wins, he would be willing to reverse some spending cuts to medical research that Republicans have ...

May 26 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS