D.C. leaders hope to change Ryan’s mind about statehood

BY JAMES WRIGHT TRICE EDNEY NEWSWIRE Following U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan’s election by the House of Representatives as Speaker of the House, District of Columbia Delegate...

‘Jeb Can Fix It’ starts in Florida

Republican presidential contender Jeb visits the Conductive Education Center of Orlando Monday in Winter Park. The former governor met with the students, families and...

Why presidential debates have turned into must-watch TV

BY MARK Z. BARABAK LOS ANGELES TIMES (TNS) The surprise breakout hit of this television season isn’t some Kardashian spinoff or another cheesy competition among aspiring...

Florida Senate removes Confederate flag from its seal

SENATE REMOVES CONFEDERATE FLAG FROM SEAL By BRANDON LARRABEE THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA ©2015 The News Service of Florida. All rights reserved. Posting or forwarding this...

Draft Senate maps released before special session

BY BRANDON LARRABEE THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – The Legislature on Wednesday released six draft maps of Senate districts for a special session that...

Senate control of Congress up for grabs in 2016

BY KYLE TRYGSTAD CQ-ROLL CALL Ward Baker has a tough act to follow: His own. As the National Republican Senatorial Committee’s political director for the 2014...

Race helped shape politics of this Senate candidate

California Attorney General Kamala Harris talks about life as daughter of Indian mother, Black father BY MICHAEL FINNEGAN LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS BERKELEY, Calif. — California Attorney General...

Vice president’s 2012 gay-marriage ‘gaffe’ now looks like an asset

BY MICHAEL A. MEMOLI TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON — As Vice President Joe Biden decides whether to run for president, one factor pushing him toward another...

STILL OPEN

At the last minute, Congress gives final approval to stopgap spending bill to avert a government shutdown. BY LISA MASCARO TRIBUNE WASHINGTON BUREAU / TNS WASHINGTON –...

ROUND 2

A wide-ranging GOP debate may finally start to winnow down the still-large Republican field of presidential candidates. BY STEVEN THOMMA AND LESLEY CLARK MCCLATCHY WASHINGTON BUREAU...

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