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Invisible Primary: Scott Walker’s Electoral Record Is Less Impressive Than It Looks

The Wisconsin governor’s record of winning three elections in four years in a state that often goes Democratic is much cited, but it needs a closer look.

March 5 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Lawmakers urge Obama to approve lethal aid to Ukraine

There are increasing indications that U.S. military officials favor sending Ukraine lethal weapons.         

March 5 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Report: Kathleen Matthews plans House run

Matthews has already interviewed consultants for her potential campaign and met with Democratic Party activists, according to the Politico report.         

March 5 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Gay marriage case to reach Supreme Court April 28

The Supreme Court will take on the issue of same-sex marriage on April 28.         

March 5 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Jeb Bush to Visit an Iowa Where Fatigue With His Family Has Set In

The former Florida governor’s stands on immigration and education do not sit well with party members, some of whom say they are tired of the Bush name.

March 5 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

White House briefing is snowed out

Bad weather in D.C. forces schedule changes.         

March 5 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

State Department to Review Clinton’s Emails for Public Release

The State Department said on Thursday it would review and possibly release to the public former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's emails from her time at ...

March 5 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Senate Cybersecurity Bill Stalls After White House Pushback

The White House and some congressional Democrats have raised privacy concerns about a cybersecurity bill drafted by top Senate Intelligence Committee ...

March 5 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Poll: Scott Walker, Jeb Bush lead GOP field

Govs. Scott Walker and Jeb Bush are locked in a dead heat as the favorites for the Republican presidential nomination, according to a new poll.

March 5 CNN POLITICS