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Senate continues weighing AG nominee

Senators are weighing the confirmation of Loretta Lynch as the nation's chief law enforcement officer.         

January 29 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

'Kissing congressman' still in debt from campaign

Republican Vance McAllister still owes himself $810,000 that he loaned to his campaign.         

January 29 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Panel calls for overhaul of military pensions

Panel seeks to restructure how military pensions work         

January 29 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Senators seek to lift all travel restrictions to Cuba

Bipartisan bill would allow Americans to visit solely as tourists.         

January 29 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

White House: Giving Guantanamo Bay Back to Cuba Not on The Table

President Barack Obama has long stated his desire to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, but his administration has no intention of giving the naval base back ...

January 29 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Guess who's winning the 2016 Twitter war?

With the 2016 presidential campaign well underway, it's worth examining how each of the possible 2016 candidates stack up against each other on Twitter.

January 29 CNN POLITICS

Santorum staffing up in South Carolina

Rick Santorum has begun setting up his primary operation in the all-important early primary state of South Carolina, bringing on a key operative to run his ...

January 29 CNN POLITICS

As New Leadership Takes Over in Washington, a Major Fiscal Clash Takes Shape

While both sides say they are trying to help the squeezed middle class, the divide between the two parties on fiscal policy may be as stark as at any time ...

January 29 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

CIA Picks Undercover Veteran ‘Spider’ as Spy Chief

The Central Intelligence Agency has picked a new top spy, tapping an undercover veteran who played a central role in developing personal relationships with ...

January 29 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Man Lost Contact With Drone Before It Sped to White House, Friend Says

The man was flying the drone outside his apartment window when it shot off toward the White House, the friend who owned the device said.

January 29 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS