August 2014 Archive

McConnell campaign manager resigns

He cites potential distractions over renewed attention to a controversy from the Iowa 2012 caucuses.

Paul continues attacks against Clinton

He says Benghazi “precludes her from ever being considered” for the White House.

Perry serves up red meat at Koch-backed summit

The Texas governor’s remarks were heavy on his hawkish foreign policy stances.

Key part of Texas abortion law halted

A judge declares a law unconstitutional that would have shut down most of the state’s clinics.

Immigrants enter job market through Pa. casinos

ERIE, Pa. (AP) — The gambling industry in Western Pennsylvania is betting on refugee immigrants. And casinos say it’s paying off. At the casino at ...

Doug Ducey, Fred DuVal battle for Arizona governor

PHOENIX (AP) – Republican Doug Ducey resonates confidence and positive energy, projecting an air that his election as the next governor of Arizona is a ...

5 things to know about Wyoming's midterm elections

Five things to know about Wyoming’s midterm elections on Nov. 4: ___ GOVERNOR: Republican Gov. Matt Mead is seeking a second term against Democrat Pete ...

GOP sees gains in Illinois voters tuning out

DECATUR, Ill. (AP) – The candidates for Illinois congressional seats heard all about it during visits with voters in August: Disgust with Washington. Dismay over ...

Senate candidates focus on military, veterans

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa is a state with a relatively small number of veterans and no military bases, yet the hotly contested Senate ...

See the Top Red Carpet Looks of the Week (and the Surprising Fashion Flop)

Editors pick the most buzz-worthy style moments

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