After Huge Win, Next Indian PM Begins Victory Lap

After leading his party to a landslide victory, India’s next Prime Minister Narendra Modi was welcomed into the nation’s capital on Saturday by thousands of supporters Thousands of people welcomed India’s next prime minister in the capital on Saturday after he led his party to a resounding election victory, with Narendra Modi flashing a victory sign to his cheering supporters […]

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Top Veterans Affairs Health Care Official Resigns

Undersecretary for Health Dr. Robert Petzel has stepped down a day after being grilled in Congress amid uproar over alleged malfeasance and cover-ups at the Department of Veterans Affairs. Petzel said in September that he planned to retire this year Secretary for Veterans Affairs Eric Shinseki announced Friday he accepted the resignation of the official in charge of the VA’s […]

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A New Conservative Manifesto Is Born

Conservative Republicans gathered privately outside of Washington Thursday to fight back against an attack from the GOP establishment. The group agreed on a nine-page manifesto outlining “constitutional conservative” principles including lower taxes and a stronger military Conservative Republicans gathered privately outside of Washington Thursday to plot their response to an all-out assault from the party’s establishment. As reported by the […]

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Obama Administration Taking ‘Fresh Look’ at Deportation Review Program

The Obama Administration has indicated it will revamp a controversial deportation review program as efforts to pass immigration reform continue to prove fruitless The Obama Administration indicated Thursday that it would revamp a controversial deportation review program in the near future as congressional efforts to pass immigration reform this year continue to prove fruitless. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said […]

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Republicans Pull Hillary Off The Sidelines

A concerted effort by Republicans has forced former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to engage in hand-to-hand combat long before she had hoped to, accelerating her reemergence as a political figure before she decides whether to run for president in 2016 Hillary Clinton wanted to spend 2014 giving speeches, hawking a new book, but otherwise staying above the political fray […]

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No, John Boehner Hasn’t Promised The White House He’ll Pass Immigration Reform

Immigration reform “commitment” is “lost in translation,” says White House’s Valerie Jarrett Both the White House and aides to House Speaker John Boehner are working Friday to knock down a report that the Republican leader has privately promised to pass immigration reform this year. The report stems from a speech given by Obama senior advisor Valerie Jarrett, who reportedly told […]

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