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  • Oklahoma judge allows law banning abortion pills to take effect

    Thu Oct 23 15:11:23 2014 | Source: Reuters

    OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - (This story corrects name of group in third paragraph to Oklahoma Coalition for Reproductive Justice, not Oklahoma Coalition for Reproductive Services)
  • DNC head: 'Good chance' House Dems break even at polls

    Thu Oct 23 10:14:56 2014 | Source: The Hill

    Republicans might even lose seats, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz said.
  • How Big Is Canada's Terror Network?

    Thu Oct 23 08:17:07 2014 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Mak,Lake & Siegel, The Daily Beast
    Terrorists have twice attacked Canadian government targets this week, with a shooting Wednesday at the countryÂ’s parliament in Ottawa. Now Canadian and American authorities are trying to learn whether the killers acted alone or were part of a larger extremist network.
  • What Election? Networks Ignore the Midterms

    Thu Oct 23 08:05:07 2014 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Noah Rothman, Hot Air
    It is probably safe to assume that you have been following the midterm elections closely. You decided to click on this link, which would indicate that you have at least a passing interest in the coming national vote in which Americans will determine which party controls the upper chamber of Congress for the remainder of the Obama presidency. If, however, you have been closely following the coverage of the coming midterms, you might have noticed that network news outlets do not appear to share your enthusiasm. YouÂ’re not imagining things.
  • 'American Idol' singer Clay Aiken seeks win in first political bid

    Thu Oct 23 13:03:21 2014 | Source: Reuters

    ASHEBORO N.C. (Reuters) - "American Idol" runner-up Clay Aiken is back on tour. This time he is trying to win over North Carolina voters with his political chops rather than his voice, and he has less than two weeks left to do it.

  • GOP Senate Would Be Shutdown Nightmare

    Thu Oct 23 08:03:05 2014 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Annie Lowery, NY Magazine
    It seems nearly certain that Democrats will lose the Senate in two weeks, returning Congress to Republican control. The topic of conversation in Washington has now shifted to what the next two years might look like. And the short answer is, “Not pretty.”Thankfully, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky — who will likely become Senate majority leader — has not been shy about previewing the Republican strategy. “We’re going to pass spending bills, and they’re going to have a lot of restrictions on the activities of the bureaucracy,” McConnell told Politico....
  • McConnell Will Restore Dignity to Senate

    Thu Oct 23 08:00:15 2014 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    George Will, Washington Post
    Barack Obama lost Kentucky in 2012 by 23 points, yet the state remains closely divided about reelecting the man whose parliamentary skills uniquely qualify him to restrain Obama’s executive overreach. So Kentucky’s Senate contest is a constitutional moment that will determine whether the separation of powers will be reasserted by a Congress revitalized by restoration of the Senate’s dignity.
  • How Senator Warren Helped Rig the System

    Thu Oct 23 07:28:55 2014 | Source: Real Clear Politics

    Joan Vennochi, Boston Globe
    ACCORDING TO Senator Elizabeth Warren, the political system is rigged to help Wall Street. For that, she blames Republicans, lobbyists, and President Obama.Yet, Warren is not entirely immune from the urge to help powerful financial interests — at least when they are local.
  • Reporter quits Chicago newspaper, says governor candidate influenced paper

    Thu Oct 23 09:15:32 2014 | Source: Reuters

    CHICAGO (Reuters) - A veteran Illinois political reporter quit his job at the Chicago Sun-Times on Wednesday and accused the newspaper of bowing to pressure from Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner by removing him from the campaign beat.
  • Former Bellevue, Wash., official accused of stealing pro-gun campaign sign

    Thu Oct 23 01:28:24 2014 | Source: Reuters

    SEATTLE (Reuters) - A former City Council member in Bellevue, Washington, has been accused of stealing campaign signs urging voters to block the expansion of background checks for gun buyers in the state, police said on Wednesday.

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